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Bibliography 
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Motor Vehicle 
Traffic Safety 



Office of Vehicle Systems Research 
National Bureau of Standards 
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
Washington, B. C. 2023*+ 



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INTRODUCTION 

The Office of Vehicle Systems Research is conducting the research, 
development, testing, and evaluation necessary to provide the technical basis 
for recommended motor vehicle safety performance standards issued by the 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, U. S. Department of Transportation. 
The Technical Information Unit of OVSR serves an important supporting function 
for the personnel engaged in three areas of research, i.e., tire systems, occupant 
restraint systems, and braking systems. 

This Bibliography represents the literature acquired since the establishment 
of OVSR in the spring of 1967. A large number of the reports were contributed 
by national and international organizations active in motor vehicle safety, research, 
and standardization, who generously responded to our initial request for information 
and reports in our three areas of interest. 

We have endeavored to make the Bibliography as useful as possible by providing 
81 subject breakdowns within the 6 major categories of Brakes, Car Occupant Protection, 
Human Factors, Tires and Wheels, Traffic and Transportation, and Vehicles—General. 
It should be noted that a certain amount of overlap occurs between categories. In 
particular, the searcher will find OVSR areas of interest, Tires, Occupant Restraints, 
and Brakes, handled separately and not extensively cross-referenced between other 
categories such as Safe Vehicle Design and Performance, Accident Investigation, 
Research, and Analysis, etc. This was done in order to avoid excessive cross 
referencing which would have made the Bibliography more bulky and cumbersome than 
was considered necessary. 

Finally, we have tried to supply as complete information as possible with each 
reference so that the user should have little difficulty obtaining copies of reports 
desired. As mentioned above, the Technical Information unit supports OVSR personnel 
rather than functioning as a document lending activity. 



CONTENTS 

1. BRAKES Page 

Brake Drums 1 

Brake Fluids 1 

Brake Linings <, 4 

Brake Maintenance 5 

Brake Noise 5 

Brake Performance and Testing 6 

Brake Usage 3 

Brakes — Miscellaneous 9 

Codes and Standards—Miscellaneous 10 

Commercial and Utility Vehicle Braking 12 

Compliance Test Reports 15 

Disc Brakes 13 

Emergency Braking and Skid Control 20 

Friction and Temperature Studies 22 

2. CAR OCCUPANT PROTECTION 

Automobile Crash Injuries 25 

Car Occupant Protection— Miscellaneous 31 

Child Restraint Systems 32 

Crash Injury Research 33 

Human Simulation 40 

Injuries from Occupant Restraints 42 

Restraint Systems Research, Mechanics and Testing 44 

Restraint Systems Use and Effectiveness 54 

Safety Seating and Headrests 57 

Seat Belt Standards and Specifications 59 

3. HUMAN FACTORS 

Alcohol and Driving 51 

Anthropometry 53 

Biomechanics gg 

Driver Age and Sex 30 

Driver Psychology and Behavior 30 

Driver Training and Licensing 34 

Driver Vision gg 

Driving Simulation gO 

Drugs and Driving 91 

Human Engineering gi 

Human Factors— Miscellaneous 95 

Medical Impairment and Driving gg 



4. TIRES AND WHEELS Page 

Compliance Test Reports gg 

Radial Tires 99 

Retreaded and Regrooved Tires 100 

Standards and Specif ications--Miscellaneous 101 

Tire Characteristics--Miscellaneous 104 

Tire Design and Manufacture 110 

Tire Maintenance 111 

Tire Noise 111 

Tire Rating Systems 113 

Tire Reinforcing Systems and Materials 114 

Tire Skid Resistance Properties Hg 

Tire Steering and Lateral Properties 124 

Tire Suspension and Vibration Properties 127 

Tire Testing 129 

Tire Use Surveys 130 

Tire Wear and Durability 131 

Tires and Wheels—Miscellaneous 135 

Winter Tires and Chains 138 

5. TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION 

Accident Investigation, Research and Analysis 140 

Codes, Laws and Standards ]52 

Crash Barriers and Break-away Structures 153 

Emergency Services and Rescue 1 54 

Highway Planning and Design 155 

Highway Saf ety--General igg 

Highway Safety Organizations and Programs 1g4 

Road and Sign Illumination 1gc 

Road Construction, Performance and Maintenance 1g5 

Traffic Control 172 

Traffic Studies 1 74 

Transportation Economics and Finance 175 

Transportation Systems and Research -,-,-, 

6. VEHICLES- -GENERAL 

Electric Cars and Propulsion Systems 17g 

Exhaust Control 17g 

Glazing Materials 179 

Maintenance Manuals 1g1 

Motorcycle Safety 1g1 

Safe Vehicle Design and Performance 1g3 

Safety Car Studies igg 



6. VEHICLES—GENERAL (CONT'D) Page 

School Bus Safety 196 

Signaling and Lighting 196 

Standards and Specif ications--Miscellaneous jog 

Transmission Systems 200 

Vehicle Handling Properties 202 

Vehicle Inspection and Diagnosis 207 

Vehicle Noise--General 209 

Vehicles—Miscellaneous 214 



IV 



BRAKES 



BRAKE DRUMS 

BRAKE LININGS AS RELATED TO BRAKE DRUMS AND BRAKE 
PERFORMANCE, Robert E. Nelson, Abex Corporation , 
American Brakeblok Div., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670502, 5 pp. 



A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FOUR ALLOYS FOR AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE 
DRUMS, S. K. Rhee, R. M. Rusnak & W. M. Spurgeon, 
Bendix Corporation , Research Labs., Southfield, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, SAE 
Report No. 690443. 21 pp. 



THERMAL STRESS BEHAVIOUR IN BRAKE DRUMS, T. P. Newcomb, 
Ferodo Ltd . , Research Division, Stockport, England; 

196 



reprint Engineering , March 11, 



pp. 



TRANSIENT TEMPERATURES IN BRAKE DRUMS AND LININGS, 
T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd., Research Division, Stockport, 
England; reprint Proceedings Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers, 1958-59, No. 7, pp. 227-244 



BRAKE DRUMS DESIGNED FOR COMPATIBILITY, Paul G. Wilier, 
Kelsey-Hayes Co. , Gunite Div., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670500, 6 pp. 



AN INERTIAL DYNAMOMETER EVALUATION OF THREE ALLOYS FOR 
AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE DRUMS, S. K. Rhee, J. L. Turak & 
W. M. Spurgeon, Bendix Corporation , Southfield, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700138, 12 pp. 



PRUFUNG VON BREMSREIBPAARUNGEN FUR RAD1ALBREMSEN 
(TESTING OF FRICTION PAIRS FOR CONVENTIONAL MOTOR- 
VEHICLE BRAKES), P. Koessler, Brunswick Technical 
College , Institute of Motor Engineering, translated by 
R. J. H. Milne, The Motor Industry Research Association , 
Lindley, near Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, 
Translation No. 54/67; Deut. Kraft ., Vol. 88, 1955, 
72 pp. 

CONDITIONS UPSETTING BRAKE LINING AND DRUM COMPATIBILITY, 
Robert W. Kickel, Carlisle Corp ., Molded Materials Div., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report 
No. 670501, 7 pp. 



IMPROVED DESIGN AND CHEMISTRY FOR BRAKE DRUM LIFE, 
William D. Walther, Dayton Steel Foundry Co ., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers National 
Transportation Meeting, Philadelphia, Pa., October 29- 
November 2, 1962, SAE Report No. 606B, 5 pp. 



COOLING RATES OF BRAKE DRUMS AND DISCS, T. P. Newcomb, 
& N. Millner, Ferodo Ltd. , Stockport, England, paper 
presented at an Ordinary Meeting of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers Automobile Div., Chamber of 
Commerce, Edgbaston, Birmingham, January 18, 1966; 
reprint IME Proceedings , Vol. 180, Part 2A, 1965-66, 
9 pp. 



HEAT DISSIPATION IN BRAKING, Peter Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd . 
Stockport, England; reprint Automotive Design Engineer - 
ing , April 1963, 7 pp. 



HEAT FLOW RESEARCH- -ANALYSIS OF BRAKE DRUM TEMPERATURES 
IN RACING CARS, T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. , Research 
Division, Stockport, England; reprint Engineering , May 
29, 1959, 3 pp. 



HOW ARE PERFORMANCE AND FADE INFLUENCED BY BRAKE DRUM 
WEIGHT, J. A. Main 6. F. J. Weber, Kelsey-Hayes Co. , 
Romulus, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers National Automobile Week, Detroit, Mich., 
March 12-16, 1962, SAE Report No. 488B, 5 pp. 



RELATING BRAKE DRUM WEIGHT TO BRAKE DRUM LIFE, J. F. 
Beckwith, Motor Wheel Corp. , presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers National Transportation 
Meeting, Philadelphia, Pa., October 29-November 2, 1962, 
SAE Report No. 606C, 2 pp. 



BRAKE PERFORMANCE AS RELATED TO DRUM DESIGN, C. F. 
Thornton & F. T. Cox, Jr., Rockwell-Standard Corp ., 
Brake Div., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers National Transportation Meeting, Philadelphia, 
Pa., October 29-November 2, 1962, SAE Report 606A, 
5 pp. 



BRAKE FLUIDS 

HIGH BOILING POINT BRAKE FLUID--FACTORY FILL 
SPECIFICATION NUMBER AM 4016, American Motors 
Corporation , Detroit, Mich.. August 7, 1968 2 pp. 



HIGH BOILING POINT BRAKE FLUID FOR SERVICE USE ONLY 
SPECIFICATION NUMBER AM 4018, American Motors Corp. , 
Detroit, Mich., August 6, 1968, 2 pp. 



THE LEGISLATIVE PROBLEM OF HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID, 
Karl M. Richards, Automotive Manufacturer s Ass ociation , 
Field Services Dept., Detroit, Mich., Chemical 
Specialties Manufacturers Association Proceedings No. 
41A, December 1954, pp. 48-55 



FLUID LEVEL INDICATORS IN MASTER CYLINDERS OF 
AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES, S. E. Stone, Bendix Corp ., 
Hydraulics Div., South Bend, Ind., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690224, 4 pp. 



TEMPERATURES REACHED IN BRAKING WHEN THE THERMAL PRO- 
PERTIES OF DRUM OR DISC VARY WITH TEMPERATURE, D.J. 
Evans & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England; 
reprint Journal Mechanical Engineering Science , 1961, 
Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 315-317 



HYDRAULIC FLUID; BRAKE, Canadian Gover n ment Specifica - 
tions Board, Department of Defence Production, Ottawa, 
Canada, Specification 3-CP-510c, March 25, 1960, 5 pp. 



THERMAL ASPECTS OF VEHICLE BRAKING, T. P. Newcomb, 
Ferodo Ltd . , Stockport, England; reprint Automobile 
Engineer , July & August I960, pp. 4-19 



BRAKE FLUIDS WITH LOW MOISTURE AVIDITY, Alan Ker, 
Cj.strpl Ltd., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680006, 13 pp. 



THE DEVELOPMENT OF HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID SPECIFICATIONS 
FOR SAE STANDARD J70b AND PUBLIC LAW 87-637, John H. 
Wright, Chrysler Corp. , Detroit, Mich., Chemical 
Specialties Manufacturers Association Proceedings No. 
52A, Ceceraber 1965, pp. 114-116 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT --REPORT OF AUTOMOTIVE HYDRAULIC 
BRAKE FLUID MOTOR KOOL PRODUCTS -Mk SUPERSONIC 
SAE 70R3 TESTED TO FMVSS 116, Caulton Ray, Jr., 
Detroit Testing Laboratory , Detroit, Michigan, 
Contract No. FH-11-7326, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transporta- 
tion, Washington, D. C, DTL— 9-116-0O7-907OO1A, 
March 1970, 44 pp., PB-192588 



BOILING POINT PRECISION DATA FOR SAE BRAKE FLUIDS, 
Ramsey B. Broadwater, Union Carbide Corporation, 
Tarrytown, N. Y., & Michael Neale, Dow Chemical 
Company , Midland, Mich., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690223, 2 pp. 



SAMPLING AND TESTING OF MOTOR VEHICLE BRAKE FLUID 
TAKEN FROM CARS IN SERVICE, Foster D. Snell, Inc. , 
New York, N. Y., Order No. S-362905-68, prepared for 
National Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Braking Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
September 3, 1969, 180 pp. 

THE IMPORTANCE OF HEAVY DUTY BRAKE FLUID TO SAFE 
MOTORING, Francis J. Markey, General Motors Corp., 
Moraine Products Div., Dayton, Ohio, Chemical Special- 
ties Manufacturers Association Proceedings No. 43A, 
cember 1956, pp. 84-89 

WHAT THE BRAKE ENGINEER WANTS FROM BRAKE FLUID, R. H. 
Hellmann, General Motors Corporation , Buick Motor Div., 
Warren, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers International Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 1969, SAE 
Report No. 690222, 7pp. 

BRAKE FLUID, AUTOMOTIVE, Federal Specification 
W-B-680a, General Services Administration , Washington. 
D. C, October 18, 1967, 17 pp. 



BRAKE FLUID AND PROPER BRAKE MAINTENANCE, Donald Hanson 
6c Stanley W. Coryell, R. M. Hollingshead Corp. , Camden, 
N. J., Chemical Specialties Manufacturers Associacion 
."roceedlngs No. 47A, December 1960, pp. 90-99 



EFFECT OF WATER IN AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE SYSTEMS, G. F. 
Sharrard 6c D. H. Hanson, R. M. Hollingshead Corp. . 
Camden, N. J., Chemical Specialties Manufacturers 
Association ProceedingsNo. 43A, December 1956, pp. 80- 
83 



TRENDS IN LEGISLATION GOVERNING THE SALE OF HEAVY DUTY 
BRAKE FLUID, Harold G. Lederer, R. M. Hollingshead, 
Corp. , Camden, N. J., Chemical Specialties Manu- 
facturers Association Proceedings No. 42A, December 
1955, pp. 95-99 



OPERATING PERFORMANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLE BRAKING SYSTEMS 
AS AFFECTED BY FLUID WATER CONTENT, R. W. Radllnskl, 
R. J. Forthofer 6c J . L. Harvey, National Bureau of 
Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress 
Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 
710253, 11 pp. 

TRENDS IN MOTOR VEHICLE BRAKE FLUIDS AND THEIR STANDARDS 
J. L. Harvey, L. T. Milliken 6c R. J. Forthofer, 
National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Washington, D. C, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 
710251, 17 pp. 

BRAKE FLUID, Israel Standard S.I. 47, Standards 
Institution of Israel , Tel-Aviv., Israel, December 1959, 
7 pp. 



BOILING POINT PRECISION DATA FOR SAE BRAKE FLUIDS, 
Ramsey B. Broadwater, Union Carbide Corporation , 
Tarrytown, N. Y., & Michael Neale, Dow Chemical 
Company, Midland, Mich., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690223, 2 pp. 



BRAKE FLUID CONTAINER REPORT, R. W. Shiffler, Union 
Carbide Corp . , Chemicals Div., Research 6i Development 
Dept., Tarrytown, N. Y., presented to the SAE Hydraulic 
Brake System Actuating Committee, Philadelphia, Pa., 
October 26 6c 27, 1966, 3 pp. 3 figs. 



BRAKE FLUID— HIGH TEMPERATURE SIMULATED SERVICE PER- 
FORMANCE TEST, R. W. Shiffler 6, R. L. Coffmati, Union 
Carbide Corp. , Research 6c Developmer. •. Dept., Chemicals 
Div., Tarrytown, N. Y., presented to SAE Task Group, 
Cobo Hall, Detroit, Mich., January 11, 1966, 7 pp. 



BRAKE FLUID CONTAINER REPORT, R. W. Shiffler, Union 
Carbide Corp. . Chemicals Div., Research 6i Development 
Dept., Tarrytown, N. Y., presented to the SAE Hydraulic 
Brake System Actuating Committee, Philadelphia, Pa., 
October 26 6. 27, 1966, 3 pp. 3 figs. 



BRAKE FLUID --MOLECULAR SIEVES, P. B. Sullivan, Union 
Carbide Corp . , Chemicals Div., Research 6c Development 
Dept., Tarrytown, N. Y., presented at SAE Hydraulic 
Brake Systems Actuating Committee Meeting, Philadelphia, 
Pa., October 26 6. 27, 1966, 1 p. 



BRAKE FLUID--VAPOR TRANSMISSION THROUGH C0MMERICAL 
RUBBER DIAPHRAGMS, P. B. Sullivan, Union Carbide Corp. , 
Chemicals Div., Research 6c Development Dept., Tarrytown, 
N. Y., presented at SAE Hydraulic Brake Systems Actuat- 
ing Committee Meeting, Philadelphia, Pa., October 26 Si 
27, 1966, 1 p. 



GENERAL SERVICE AUTOMOTIVE HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID, 
Indian Standard IS:317-1959, Indian Standards 
Institution , New Delhi, India, March 1964, 18 pp. 



CONTAMINATION MEASUREMENT AND ITS RELATION TO FIELD 
FAILURES, Russell E. Janke, International Harvester Co., 
Farm Equipment Research 6. Engineering Center, presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers National 
Combined Farm Construction 6. Industrial Machinery, 
Powerplant, 6. Transportation Meetings, Milwaukee, Wis., 
September 9-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680614, 4 pp. 



THE DIFFUSION OF WATER THROUGH BRAKE FLUIDS, L. J. 
Ertle 6c P. B. Sullivan, Union Carbide Corp ., Research 
& Development Dept., Chemicals 6c Plastics, Tarrytown, 
N. Y., presented at SAE Hydraulic Brake Systems Actuat- 
ing Committee Meeting, Washington, D. C. April 4, 5, 6, 
1967, 2 pp. 1 fig. 



EFFECT OF HUMIDITY ON HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUIDS, P. B. 
Sullivan 6c L. J. Ertle, Union Carbide Co rp., Research 
6. Development Dept., Chemicals Div., Tarrytown, N. Y., 
May 23, 1966, 2 pp. 1 fig. 



THE EFFECT OF MOISTURE ON THE VAPOR LOCKING CHARACTERIS- 
TICS OF NONPETROLEUM VERSUS PETROLEUM TYPE HYDRAULIC 
FLUIDS, R. W. Shiftier & R. L. Coffman, Union Carbide 
Corp-- Chemicals Div., Research & Development Dept., 
Tarrytown, N. Y., presented to SAE Task Group, Cobo Hall, 
Detroit, Mich., January 11, 1966, 5 pp. 2 figs. 



HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID CONTAINER COMPATIBILITY, R. W. 
Shiffler & R. L. Coffman, Union Carbide Corporation , 
Chemicals Division, Research & Development Dept., 
Tarrytown, N. Y., June 3, 1965, 3 pp. 2 figs. 



A LOOK AT NEW TYPES OF BRAKE FLUIDS, R. W. Shiffler, 
P. B. Sullivan & L. J. Ertle, Union Carbide Corp.. 
Research & Development Dept., Tarrytown, N. Y., pre- 
sented to the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 
1968, SAE Report No. 680007, 9 pp. 



STORAGE AND HANDLING OF BRAKE FLUIDS, W. R. Niehaus & 
R. W. Shiffler, Union Carbide Corp. . Chemicals Div., 
Research & Development Dept., Tarrytown, N. Y., pre- 
sented at SAE Hydraulic Brake Systems Actuating Committee 
Meeting, Philadelphia, Pa., October 26 & 27, 1966, 17 pp. 



THE VAPOR LOCKING CHARACTERISTICS OF THREE TYPES OF 
HYDRAULIC FLUIDS, R. W. Shiffler & R. L. Coffman, Union 
Carbide Corp. . Chemicals, Div., Research & Development 
Dept., Tarrytown, N. Y., presented to SAE Task Group, 
Detroit, Mich., May 24, 1966, 1 p. 4 figs. 

ANALYSIS OF AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE FLUIDS BY GAS-LIQUID 
CHROMATOGRAPHY, George G. Esposito, U. S. Army Coating 
& Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Army 

247, February 



Project No. 1G024401A108, CCL Report No. 
1968, 15 pp., AD 666181 



EFFECT OF WATER ON HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID, Charles B. 
Jordan, U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen 
Proving Ground, Md., Army Project No. 1C024401A108, CCL 
Report No. 198, May 1966, 14 pp. 



FIELD TESTS OF MIL-H-46046 (ORD), HYDRAULIC FLUID NON- 
PETROLEUM BASE, AUTOMOTIVE (PRESERVATIVE AND LIMITED 
OPERATIONALi Charles B. Jordan, U. S. Army Coating & 
Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., CCL Report 
No. 102, March 15, 1961, 14 pp. 



FIELD TESTS (SEMI-STORAGE) OF MIL-H-46046 (ORD), 
HYDRAULIC FLUID NON-PETROLEUM BASE, AUTOMOTIVE (PRESER- 
VATIVE AND LIMITED OPERATIONAL), Charles B. Jordan, 
U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen Proving 
Ground, Md., Army Project No. 593-32-007, CCL Report 
No. 131, November 16, 1962, 10 pp. 

FIRST INTERIM REPORT ON DEVELOPMENT OF AN ALL-WEATHER 
HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID, Charles B. Jordan, U. S. Army 
Coating & Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md . , 
Dept. of the Army Project No. 593-210-61, CCL Report 
No. 115, February 9, 1962, 6 pp. 

INFRARED SPECTROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SOME PRESERVATIVE, 
HYDRAULIC, AND SPECIALTY FLUIDS, Bernard J. Bornong, 
U. S. Army , Rock Island Arsenal, Research & Engineering 
Div., Rock Island, 111., Report No. 67-354, February 
1967, 21 pp. 



INVESTIGATING FUEL-ALCOHOL EFFECTS ON ELASTOMER 
COMPONENTS OF DIESEL INJECTOR SYSTEMS, M. E. Lepera & 
C. A. Vogel, U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab., 
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Army Project No. 
1GO24401A106, CCL Report No. 244, January 1968, 26 pp. 
AD 665374 



ARCTIC FIELD TEST - ALL-WEATHER BRAKE FLUID, Charles B. 
Jordan, U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen 
Proving Ground, Md., Army Project No. l-A-O-24401-108, 
CCL Report No. 151, November 12, 1963, 26 pp. 



CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF DECOMPOSITION OF BRAKE FLUIDS-- 
BRAKE FLUID SEDIMENT CAUSED BY RUBBER CUPS, Jules B. 
Counts, U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen 
Proving Ground, Md., Army Project No. 1C024401A108, 
CCL Report No. 221, January 1967, 12 pp. 



PEROXIDE CATALYZED DECOMPOSITION OF HYDRAULIC BRAKE 
FLUIDS AS RELATED TO THE OXIDATION STABILITY TEST AND 
SHELF STORAGE, Jules B. Counts, U. S. Arm y Coating_& 
Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Project 
No. 1C024401A108, CCL Report No. 203, June 1966, 17 pp. 

A REVIEW OF THE USE OF SODIUM TETRABORATE AS A 
CORROSION INHIBITOR FOR HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUIDS, Charles 
B. Jordan, U. S. Armv Coating & Chemical Lab.. Aberdeen 



Proving Ground, Md., Army Project No. 
Report No. 76, May 6, 1959, 5 pp. 



593-21-054, CCL 



DESERT FIELD TEST--ALL WEATHER BRAKE FLUID, Charles B. 
Jordan, U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen 
Proving Ground, Md., Army Project No. l-H-O-24401-108, 
CCL Report No. 147, August 16, 1963, 36 pp. 



STORAGE STABILITY OF BRAKE FLUIDS, C. B. Jordan, U. S. 



Army Coating and Chemical Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving 
Ground, Md., Army Project No. 1C024401A108, CCL Report 
No. 176, February 23, 1965, 8 pp. 



1964 DESERT TESTS - ALL WEATHER BRAKE FLUID, Charles B. 
Jordan, U. S. Army CoatlnR and Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen 
Proving Ground, Md., Army Project No. 1A024401A108, CCL 
Report No. 179, April 5, 1965, 32 pp. 



DEVELOPMENT OF A STABILITY TEST FOR HYDRAULIC BRAKE 
FLUIDS, Charles B. Jordan, U. S. Army, Development & 
& Proof Services, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., 
Laboratory Service Div. Report No. 187, March 24, 1953, 
22 pp. 



STUDY OF CORROSION INHIBITORS AND ANTIOXIDANTS FOR 
GLYCOL-ETHERS, C. B. Jordan, U. S. Army Coating {. 
Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Army 

23, May 28, 1957, 



Project No. 
28 pp. 



593-21-054, CCL Report No. 



STUDY OF CORROSION INHIBITORS AND ANTIOXIDANTS FOR 
GLYCOLS, C. B. Jordan, U. S. Army , Development & Proof 
Services, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Lab. Service 
Div. Report No. 228, October 7, 1954, 22 pp.. AD 45 640 



DEVELOPMENT OF A STORAGE STABILITY TEST FOR BRAKE FLUIDS 
Eileen Hess, U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab. , 
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Army Project No. 593-21- 
094, CCL Report No. 30, June 28, 1957, 15 pp. 



WATER EQUILIBRATION STUDIES - BRAKE FLUIDS, Edward A. 
Mains, U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab ., Aberdeen 
Proving Ground, Md., CCL Report No. 231, December 1967, 
27 pp., AD 663812 



DEVELOPMENT OF AN OPERATIONAL PRESERVATIVE HYDRAULIC. 
BRAKE FLUID, Charles B. Jordan, U. S. Army Coating & 



Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Army Project 
No. 593-21-054, CCL Report No. 81, August 26, 1959, 
18 pp. 



HYDRAULIC FLUID, POLAR -TYPE AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE, ALL- 
WEATHER, Military Specification M11-H-13910B, 
U. S. Department of Defense , Washington, D. C, February 
3, 1967, 16 pp. 



PRESERVATIVE FLUID, AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE SYSTEM AND 
COMPONENTS, Military Specification MIL-P-46046A(MR) , 
U. S. Department of Defense, Washington, D. C, August 
26, 1964, 8 pp. 



MECHANISM OF BRAKE FADE IN ORGANIC BRAKE LININGS, 
James M. Herring, Jr., The Budd Co. , Detroit, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 
9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670146, 6 pp. 



HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUIDS-- PASSENGER CARS, MULTIPURPOSE 
PASSENGER VEHICLES, TRUCKS, BUSES, TRAILERS AND 
MOTORCYCLES, U. S. Department of Transportation , 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 116 

RECENT TRENDS IN BRAKE FLUIDS, George L. Doelling, 
Wagner Electric Corp. , St. Louis, Mo., Chemical 
Specialties Manufacturers Association Proceedings No. 
41A, December 1954, pp. 56-59 



BRAKE LININGS 

BRAKE LININGS AS RELATED TO BRAKE DRUMS AND BRAKE 
PERFORMANCE, Robert E. Nelson, Abex Corporation, 
American Brakeblok DIv., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670502, 5 pp. 



SPECIFICATION FOR DESTRUCTIVE TESTING BONDED SHOE AND 
LINING ASSEMBLIES NUMBER AM 14036, American Motors 
Corporation , Detroit, Mich., March 3, 1967, 2 pp. 



CONDITIONS UPSETTING BRAKE LINING AND DRUM COMPATIBILITY, 
Robert W. Kickel, Carlisle Corp. , Molded Materials Div., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report 
No. 670501, 7 pp. 

RULES AND REGULATIONS ESTABLISHING MINIMUM STANDARDS 
FOR BMKE LININGS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES-- Commonwealth of 
Kentucky, Department of Public Safety, Div. of 
Accident Control, Frankfort, Kentucky, November 15, 
1966. 7 pp. 

RULES AND REGULATIONS ESTABLISHING MINIMUM STANDARDS 
FOR BRAKE LINING FOR MOTOR VEHICLES-- Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts , Registry of Motor Vehicles, Boston, 
Mass., August 8, 1966, 7 pp. 

BRAKE LININGS--NON-COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES AND 
MOTORCYCLES-- Commonwealth of Pennsylvania , Department 
of Revenue, Bureau of Traffic Safety, Harrisburg, Pa., 
Title 18, Regulation 372-495-3, Chapters I, II, III & 
IV, 22 pp. 



GARNITURES DE FREINS--BANDES TISSEES OU GARNITURES 
MOULE'ES (BRAKE LININGS— WOVEN BANDS OR CAST LININGS), 
French Standard R 126-01, Association Francalse de 
Normalisation , Paris, France, July 1959, 1 p. 



PROPOSED RESEARCH PROGRAM TO APPROACH A RATIONAL BASIS 
FOR BRAKE LINING STANDARDS, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., 
Inc. . Vehicle Research Dept., Full-Scale Div., Buffalo, 
N. Y., for National Traffic Safety Agency/ Washington, 
D. C, February 20, 1967, 15 pp. 6 figs. 



FOUR TESTS FOR CONSISTENCY OF AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE LININGS, 
A. R. Spencer, W. M. Spurgeon & J. L. Winge, Bendix 
Corp . , South Bend, Indiana, Society of Automotive 
Engineers Report No. 660412, 18 pp. 



FRICTION MATERIAL TESTING, R. M. Rusnak, W. M. Spurgeon 
& F. W. Aldrich, Bendix Corporation , South Bend, Ind., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE 
Report No. 700517, 9 pp. 

A REVIEW OF PROGRESS WITH SOME RECENTLY DEVELOPED 
TECHNIQUES FOR FRICTION MATERIAL EVALUATION, A. R. 
Spencer & W. M. Spurgeon, Bendix Corporation , Research 
Laboratories Division, South Bend, Ind., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineer- 
ing Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 9-13, 1967, 
SAE Report No. 670081, 10 pp. 



THERMAL STABILITY AND FADE CHARACTERISTICS OF FRICTION 
MATERIALS, M. G. Jacko, W. M. Spurgeon, R. M. Rusnak 
& S. B. Catalano, Bendix Corporation Research Labs ., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 1968, 
SAE Report No. 680417, 15 pp. 



THE MANUFACTURE OF BRAKE LININGS, W. G. Carroll, 
British Resin Products Ltd ., Technical Service Dept. 
reprint British Plastics , August 1962, pp. 414-417 



PRUFUNG VON BREMSREIBPAARUNGEN FUR RADIALBREMSEN 
(TESTING OF FRICTION PAIRS FOR CONVENTIONAL MOTOR- 
VEHICLE BRAKES), P. Koessler, Brunswick Technical 
College , Institute of Motor Engineering, translated by 
R. J. H. Milne, The Motor Industry Research Association , 
Lindley, near Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, 
Translation No. 54/67; Deut. Kraft ., Vol. 88, 1955, 
72 pp. 



FRICTION MATERIALS FOR ENGINEERS, Ferodo Limited , 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, via Stockport, England, 1968 79 pp. 



TRANSIENT TEMPERATURES IN BRAKE DRUMS AND LININGS, 
T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd ., Research Division, Stockport, 
England; reprint Proceedings Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers, 1958-59, No. 7, pp. 227-244 

CHEMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL RESPONSES TO BRAKE LINING 
CURE VARIATIONS, M. H. Weintraub & J. P. Bernard, 
Ford Motor Co . , Scientific Research Staff, Dearborn, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 1968, 
SAE Report No. 680416, 8 pp. 

IDENTIFICATION OF BRAKE LINING CONSTITUENTS BY 
PYROLYSIS GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY, Gerald E. Fisher & 
James C. Neerman, Ford Motor Co. , Dearborn, Mich.; 
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Product Research & 
Development, Vol. 5, No. 3, September 1966, pp. 288-292 



NEW CHEMICAL TEST FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF ORGANIC 
BRAKE LININGS--PYROLYTIC GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY, Roy L^ 
Gealer & Bobby H. Biggers, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
Januarv 9-13, 1967. SAE Reoort No. 670080. 9 pp- 



A NEW LABORATORY FRICTION AND WEAR TEST FOR THE 
CHARACTERIZATION OF BRAKE LININGS, A. E. Anderson, Serge 
Gratch & Hayden P. Hayes, Ford Motor Co. , presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineer- 
ing Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE 
Report No. 670079, 13 pp. 

1967 AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE LINING AND CLUTCH FACING DATA 
BOOK, Friction Materials Standards Institute, Inc. , 
New York, N. Y., 127 pp.; 1968 Supplement, 33 pp.; 
1969 AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE LINING AND CLUTCH FACING DATA 
BOOK, 106 pp.; 1970 Supplement, 30 pp. 



APPLICATION OF INFRARED SPECTROSCOPIC AND GAS CHROMATO- 
GRAPHIC TECHNIQUES TO BRAKE LINING DEVELOPMENT, George 
Rappaport & Gerald C. Goldfinger, General Motors Corp. , 
Inland Mfg. Dlv., Detroit, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670514, 
3 PP. 



AUTOMOBILE SPARE PARTS: HEAVY DUTY BRAKE LININGS, 
Israel Standard S.I. 224, Standards Institution of Israel 
Tel-Aviv, Israel. January 1957, 3 pp. 

BRAKE LININGS-- State of New York , Department of Motor 
Vehicles, Albany, N. Y., CR-53, August 1966, 6 pp. 



CHEMICAL CHANGES AT BRAKE WEAR SURFACES, R. L. Gatrell 
£, T. P. Schreiber, General Motors Corp. , General Motors 
Research Labs., Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670511, 4 pp. 

LABORATORY EVALUATION OF BRAKE LINING MATERIALS, Albin 
J. Burkman & Frank H. Highley, General Motors Corp. . 
Engineering Staff, Detroit, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670510, 
7 pp. 

A LABORATORY METHOD FOR TESTING MOISTURE SENSITIVITY OF 
BRAKE LINING MATERIALS, Albin J. Burkman, General Motors 
Corp . . Research Labs., Warren, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers National Automobile Week 
Detroit, Mich., March 12-16, 1962, SAE Report No. 488A, 
6 pp. 

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF BRAKE LINING, G. B. Jacoby, 
General Motors Corporation , Delco Moraine Div., Warren, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 19- 
23, 1969, SAE Report No. 690445, 8 pp. 



THE STORY OF THE "BETA" GR0UP--AN UNUSUAL ORGANIZATION 
WORKING ON BRAKE LINING PROBLEMS, Robert E. Anthell, 
General Motors Corp. , Inland Mfg. Div., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670509, 
10 pp. 



MOTOR LU ARACLAR FREN BALATALARI (AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE 
LINING), Turkish Standard 555, Turk Standardlarl 
Enstltiisu , Ankara, Turkey, 1967, 6 pp., 5 figs. 



FERAMIC BRAKE LININGS, Headquarters, 310th Strategic 
Aerospace Wing, United States Air Force , Schilling Air 
Force Base, Kansas, Report No. AS 62-5, RCS: 2-AFLC 
E-48, March 25, 1964, 22 pp. 



FERAMIC BRAKE LININGS, Headquarters, 3510th Flying 
Training Wing (ATC), ynited States Air Force. Randolph 
Air Force Base, Texas, Report No. AR 62-5, RCS: 2-AFLC 
E-48, March 20, 1964, 7 pp. 



SUL COEFFICIENTE D'ATTRITO DELLE GUARNIZIONI PER 
FRENI (THE COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION OF BRAKE LININGS), 
Alessandro Orlandi, Universita Degllstudl , Istituto 
di Trasporti, Bologna, Italy; from Rivlsta ATA, 
January 1965, 11 pp. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS AND UNIFORM TEST PROCEDURES FOR 
MOTOR VEHICLE BRAKE LININGS, Vehicle Equipment Safety 
Commission , Washington, D. C, Regulation V-3, September 
17, 1966, 8 pp. 

BRAKES AND BRAKE LINING CHARACTERISTICS, J. G. Oetzel, 
Warner Electric Brake Manufacturing Company ; Society of 
Automotive Engineers Quarterly Transactions , Vol. 4, 
No. 2, April 1950, pp. 217-231 



LINING, FRICTION, AND LINING MATERIAL, FRICTION 
(BRAKE) (AUTOMOTIVE-USE), Interim Federal Specification 
HH-L-00361d, General Services Administration , 
Washington, D. C, June 1, 1965, 8 pp. 



BRAKE MAINTENANCE 

BRAKE SERVICE MANUALS & GUIDES, Ammco Tools. Inc. 
Chicago, 111., No. 7003, June 1965, 64 pp. 



North 



LINING, FRICTION, (CLUTCH AND BRAKE: METALLIC, METAL- 
CERAMIC AND SEMIMETALLIC), Federal Specification 
KKK-L-370c, General Services Administration , Washington, 
D. C, September 26, 1961, 8 pp. 

AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE LINING, Indian Standard IS: 2742-1964, 
Indian Standards Institution , New Delhi, India, 
October 1964, 16 pp. 



HOW TO PERFORM THE COMPLETE BRAKE JOB, Automotive Parts 
Rebuilders Association . Rockville, Md . , 1966, 117 pp. 

1967 AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE LINING AND CLUTCH FACING DATA 
BOOK, Friction Materials Standards Institute, Inc. , 
New York, N. Y., 127 pp.; 1968 Supplement, 33 pp.; 
1969 AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE LINING AND CLUTCH FACING DATA 
BOOK, 106 pp.; 1970 Supplement, 30 pp. 



FRICTION MATERIAL, Kirk Othmer; Clyde S. Batchelor 
Manhattan-Raybestos, Inc ., Raybestos Div., Manheim, 
Pa.; John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Inter science Div., New 
York, N. Y., Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 
2nd Edition, Vol. 10, pp. 124-134 

BRAKE FADE— A BRAKE LINING TESTING MACHINE, AND SOME 
PRELIMINARY RESULTS, Motor Industry Research Association, 
Llndley, Nr. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, Report 
No. 1951/10, 10 pp., 1 fig. 

CORRELATION OF VEHICLE, DYNAMOMETER AND OTHER LABORATORY 
TESTS FOR BRAKE FRICTION MATERIALS, J. D. Preston & 
R. J. Forthofer, National Bureau of Standards , Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Washington, D. C, presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 
1971, SAE Report No. 710250, 10 pp. 



BRAKE SHOE IDENTIFICATION CATALOG, Friction Materials 
Standards Institute, Inc. , New York, N. Y., 1968, 40 pp.; 
1969 Supplement, 19 pp. 



BRAKE SERVICE MANUAL FOR CARS, TRUCKS, BUSES, Grey-Rock 
Dlv . , Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc., Manheim, Pa., 1965, 
72 pp. 



BARRETT TRAINING MANUAL ON BRAKES, John Bean Division. 
FMC Corp., Lansing, Mich., 1964, 108 pp. 



BRAKE SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM, John Bean Dlv. . FMC 
Corp., Lansing, Mich., No. L-2339-1, 1966, 32 pp. 



BONDING OF BRAKE LININGS, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc ., New York, N. Y., SP 242, March 1963, 
27 pp. 



BRAKE DRUM REB0RE LIMIT CHART—ESTABLISHED SAFETY 
LIMITS, D-47X-1968, National Wheel & Rim Association , 
Jacksonville, Fla., 1968, 4 pp. 



LIST OF EXTRA HEAVY DUTY BRAKE DRUMS THAT CAN BE 
REBCSED SO AS TO USE X, XX, OR XXX OVERSIZE BLOCKS, 
BD-9T-1968, National Wheel & Rim Association, 
Jacksonville, Fla., 1968, 8 pp. 



A SURVEY OF PUBLISHED WORK ON VIBRATIONS IN BRAKING 
SYSTEMS, M. R. North, Motor Industry Research 
Association , Lindley, near Nuneaton, Warwickshire, 
England, M. I. R. A. Bulletin No. 4, 1969, pp. 8-12 



INSTALLATION OF METALLIC BRAKE LININGS ON AIR FORCE 
VEHICLES, U. S. Air Force , Technical Manual T.O. 
36Y7-1-181, February 12, 1965, 2 pp. 2 attachments 



THIRD REPORT ON SQUEAL OF DRUM BRAKES, R. A. C. Fosberry 
& Z. Holubecki, Motor Industry Research Association , 
Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, Report 
No. 1957/3, June 1957, 14 pp. 



BRAKE NOISE 

INSTRUMENTATION TECHNIQUES FOR BRAKE NOISE 
INVESTIGATION, B. R. Teitelbaum, W. C. Suttle & 
C. B. Sung, Bendlx Corporation, Research Labs. Div., 
South Bend, Ind., Society of Automotive Engineers 
Report No. 650488, 9 pp. 

LABORATORY TECHNIQUES SOUND OUT BRAKE NOISE, 
B. R. Teitelbaum, W. C. Suttle & C. B. Sung, 
Bendix Corporation, South Bend, Ind.; Society of 
of Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 74, No. 3, 
March 1966, pp. 74-78 

ADVANCES IN DESIGN CRITERIA FOR AIRLINE BRAKING 
SYSTEMS, N. S. Attri & R. L. Amberg, Boeing Company, 
Rentor., Wash., Report No. D6-58384-17TN, December 16, 
1969, 49 pp., AD 699 475 



A THEORY OF BRAKE SQUEAL, R. T. Spurr, Ferodo Ltd.. 
Stockport, England; reprint Proceedings Institution 
of Mechanical Engineers , 1961-62, No. 1 pp. 32-52 



BRAKE PERFORMANCE AND TESTING 

AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp .. 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 figs. 



AN AUTOMATICALLY PROGRAMMED QUADRUPLE DYNAMOMETER FOR 
VEHICLE BRAKE TESTING, D. W. Howard & J. L. Winge, 
Bendlx Corp. , Bendix Products Automotive Div., South 
Bend, Ind., presented at Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670144, 14 pp. 

INSTRUMENTATION AND METHODS FOR THE EVALUATION OP 
VARIABLES IN BRAKES, J. L. Winge, Bendix Corporation , 
South Bend, Ind., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers 1961 Summer Meeting, SAE Report No. 361B, 
19 pp. 



STUDYING BRAKE NOISE WITH ULTRA SLOW MOTION PHOTOCRAPHY, 
Jack E. Gieck, Firestone Tire & Rubber Co ., World 
Bestos Co., Akron, Ohio., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 
III., May 17-21, 1965, SAE Report No. 650489, 6 pp. 



DAMPING CAPACITY OF PEARLITIC GRAY IRON AND ITS 
INFLUENCE ON DISC BRAKE SQUEAL SUPPRESSION, Edwin 
Miller, General Motors Corporation , Metallurgical 
Engineering Dept., Research Labs., Warren, Mich., 
SAE Report No. 690221, 10 pp. 



NEW DEVICES TO ASSIST IN FRICTION MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT, 
Richard A. Muzechuk, General Motors Corp ., Inland 
Mfg., Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670512, 7 pp. 



DISC BRAKE SQUEAL--ITS MECHANISM AND SUPPRESSION, 
R. A. C. Fosberry & Z. Holubecki, Motor Industry 
Research Association , Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England, Report No. 1961/2, February 1961, 
14 pp. 



INTERIM REPORT ON DISC BRAKE SQUEAL, R. A. C. Fosberry 
& Z. Holubecki, Motor Industry Research Association , 
Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, Report 
No. 1959/4, October 1959, 13 pp. 



AN INVESTIGATION OF THE CAUSE AND NATURE OF BRAKE 
SQUEAL, Motor Industry Research Association , Lindley, 
Nr. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, Report No. 1955/2, 
13 pp. 



SOME EXPERIMENTS ON THE PREVENTION OF BRAKE SQUEAL, 
R. A. C. Fosberry &. Z. Holubecki, Motor Industry 
Research Association , Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England, Report No. 1957/1, January 1957, 
17 pp. 



VEHICLE -IN -USE SYSTEM SAFETY ANALYSIS — SAFETY ANALYSIS 
OF BRAKING SYSTEM, VOLUME III, Booz-Allen Applied 
Research, Incorporated , Bethesda, Md., Contract 
No. FH-11-7316, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, September 1970, 
158 pp. 



PRUFUNG VON BREMSREIBPAARUNGEN FL"R RADIALBREMSEN 
(TESTING OF FRICTION PAIRS FOR CONVENTIONAL MOTOR- 
VEHICLE BRAKES), P. Koessler, Brunswick Technical 
College , Institute of Motor Engineering, translated by 
R. J. H. Milne, The Motor Industry Research Association . 
Lindley, near Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, 
Translation No. 54/67; Deut. Kraft ., Vol. 88, 1955, 
72 pp. 



BRAKING DISTANCES OF VEHICLES FROM HIGH SPEED AND TESTS 
OF FRICTION COEFFICIENTS, 0. K. Normann, Bureau of 
Public Roads, Highway Transport Research Branch, Traffic 
Operations Section, Washington, D. C; reprint Public 
Roads, June 1953, Vol. 27, No. 8, pp. 159-169 

BRAKING PERFORMANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLES, Samuel C. 
Tignor, Bureau of Public Roads . Office of Research 6. 
Development, Washington, D. C; reprint Public Roads . 
Vol. 34, No. 4, October 1966, pp. 69-83 — 

BRAKING PERFORMANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLES AS FOUND OPERATING 
ON PUBLIC HIGHWAYS, Samuel C. Tignor, Bureau of Public 
Roads, Washington, D. C; SAE Transactions , Vol. 73, 
1965, pp. 416-440 

STOPPING ABILITY OF MOTOR VEHICLES SELECTED FROM THE 
GENERAL TRAFFIC, F. William Petring, Bureau of Public 
Roads . Washington, D. C; reprint Public Roads, Vol. 
29. No. 8, June 1957, pp. 177-196 



TAPES RUN FOUR BRAKE TESTS CHECKING ALL WHEELS AT ONCE, 
R. W. Carson; reprint Product Engineering , Vol. 37, 
No. 16, August 1, 1966, pp. 29-31 



AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp., 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp . , Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 figs. 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A REALISTIC DEVICE AND TECHNIQUES 
FOR TESTING AND DIAGNOSING WHEELED VEHICLE BRAKES, 
Clayton Manufacturing Company. Dynamometer Division, 
Engineering Department, El Monte, Calif., August 21, 
1967, 16 pp. 9 figures 

ANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMICS OF AUTOMOBILE BRAKING, 
Raymond R. McHenry, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, 
Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. CC-124, prepared for 
Kelsey-Hayes Company, Romulus, Mich., CAL Report No. 
VJ-2195-V 1, May 1966, 77 pp. 



THE LAW AND YOU, John Dickson-Simpsom 
February 1967, pp. 34-40 



BRAKES FOR CARS AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES- -WEIGHT 
DISTRIBUTION AND STABILITY WHEN BRAKING, J. W. Kinchin, 
Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd ., Birmingham, England, 
presented at the S .B.I .A. /F.I. S.I .T .A. Symposium, 
Safety through Vehicle Design and Construction, Paper 
No. 3 F, September 27, 1963, 22 pp. 



TRAVELING DYNAMOMETER- -A NEW CONCEPT IN RATING BRAKES, 

Alvin M. Fischer, Mack Trucks, Inc., Washington, 

D. C.; Herschel J. Anservitz, North American Rockwell 

Corp., Washington, D. C; & William T. Deibel, 

Eaton Yale & Towne Inc ., Eaton Marion Div., Washington, 

D. C, presented at the Society of Automotive 

Engineers National Combined Farm Construction & 

Industrial Machinery, Powerplant, and Transportation 

Meetings, Milwaukee, Wis., September 9-12, 1968, 

SAE Report No. 680581, 17 pp. 



AUTOMOBILE BRAKE USAGE UNDER PRACTICAL CONDITIONS, 

N. Carpenter and A. P. Lees, Ferodo Limited , Stockport, 

England, 13 pp. 

BRAKING OF ROAD VEHICLES, T. P. Newcomb & R. T. Spurr, 
Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 
Publishers, London, England, 1967, 292 pp. 



SUBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF BRAKE PERFORMANCE—SKILLED 
DRIVERS CAN ASSESS DECELERATION ON A SYSTEMATIC AND 
REPRODUCIBLE BASIS, R. T. Spurr, Ferodo Ltd. . Stockport, 
England} reprint Automobile Engineer, September 1965, 
3 pp. 

AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp., 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Co. , Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 figs. 

MARK II GT SPORTS CAR DISC BRAKE SYSTEM, Joseph J. 
Ihnacik, Jr. & Jerome F. Meek, Ford Motor Company , 
Dearborn, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich. 
January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670070, 32 pp. 



BRAKING IMPROVEMENT, Julian Parraga Garcia ; Automobile 
Engineer, March 1966, 5 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp., 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Corp., Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp ., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 fies. 



MODEL 10 BRAKE TEST INSTRUMENT, C. W. Landon, 
General Motors Corporation , Proving Ground, Warren, 
Mich.; 1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 288-297; SAE Report No. 700374 

PASSENGER CAR BRAKE TESTING, A. E. Llvsey, A. F. 
Prestidge & D. F. Woor, Lockheed Hydraulic Brake Company , 
Ltd.; The Engineer , Vol. 211, March 24, 1961, pp. 444- 
450 



A TEST SCHEDULE FOR PASSENGER-CAR BRAKES, A. E. Livsey, 
A. F. Prestidge & D. F. Woor, Lockheed Hydraulic Brake 
Co., Ltd. & Associated Companies ; reprint Proceedings of 
the Automobile Division, Institution of Mechanical En- 
gineers , 1960-61, No. 7, pp. 221-235 



CAR BRAKE USAGE AND TEST SCHEDULES, D. K. Mackenzie, 
T. P. Newcomb & B. Watton, Ferodo Ltd ., Research Div., 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Stockport, Cheshire, England; reprin 
Proceedings of the Automobile Division, Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, 1962-63, No. 1, pp. 45-64 



CONTROL OF BRAKE PERFORMANCE TESTS, Vivienne Leah, 
Ferodo Ltd. , Stockport, England; reprint Automobile 
Engineer , May 1964, 4 pp. 



TRAVELING DYNAMOMETER--A NEW CONCEPT IN RATING BRAKES, 
Alvin M. Fischer, Mack Trucks, Inc . , Washington, 
D. C.J Herschel J. Anservitz, North American Rockwall 
Corp., Washington, D. C; & William T. Deibel, 
Eaton Yale & Towne Inc., Eaton Marlon Div., Washington 
D. C, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers National Combined Farm Construction & 
Industrial Machinery, Powerplant, and Transportation 
Meetings, Milwaukee, Wis., September 9-12, 1968, 
SAE Report No. 680581, 17 pp. 



A EUROPEAN PROVING TRIAL- -OBSERVATIONS ON BRAKE USAGE 
AND ON THE PERFORMANCE OF DISC BRAKE PADS DURING 3,000 
MILES MOTORING ON THE CONTINENT, D. K. Mackenzie, T. P. 
Newcomb & B. Watton, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England; 
reprint Automobile Engineer . January 1966, 8 pp. 



THE PERFORMANCE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DISC BRAKE, 
R. C. Parker & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, 
England, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automobile Week, Detroit, Mich., March 30- 
April 3, 1964, SAE Report No. 836A, 23 pp. 



SOME MEASUREMENTS OF BRAKE USAGE IN A HIGH-SPEED SALOON 
CAR, N. Carpenter, Ferodo Ltd. . Stockport, England, 
October 18, 1955, 18 pp. 



TRAVELING DYNAMOMETER- -A NEW CONCEPT IN RATING BRAKES, 

Alvin M. Fischer, Mack Trucks, Inc., Washington, 

D. C; Herschel J. Anservitz, North American Rockwell 

Corp., Washington, D. C; & William T. Deibel, 

Eaton Yale & Towne Inc., Eaton Marion Div., Washington, 

D. C, presented at the Society of Automotive 

Engineers National Combined Farm Construction & 

Industrial Machinery, Powerplant, and Transportation 

Meetings, Milwaukee, Wis., September 9-12, 1968, 

SAE Report No. 680581, 17 pp. 



STOPPING DISTANCE PROBLEM STILL PLAGUES US, J. Stannard 
Baker, Northwestern University , The Traffic Institute, 
Research Div., Evanston, 111.; reprint Traffic Digest 
& Review , July 1965, Vol. 13, No. 7, pp. 4-10 



BhAKE PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT, R. D. Lister, _Road_ 
Research Lab. , Dept. of Scientific & Industrial 
Research, Langley, England; reprint Automobile Engineer , 
July 1959, Vol. 49, No. 7, 5 pp. 

BRAKING PERFORMANCE OF CARS WITH DIFFERENT BRAKE AND 
WEICHT DISTRIBUTIONS, A. L. Alexander, Road Research 
La boratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthome, England, 
Report No. LR 130, 1967, 22 pp. 

THE BRAKING PERFORMANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND BRAKE 
TESTING, H. J. H. Starks, Road Research Laboratory , 
Department of Scientific & Industrial Research, 
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England, Road Research 
Technical Paper No. 26, March 1953, 31 pp, 



EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS ON THE BRAKING PERFORMANCE 
OF MOTOR VEHICLES, H. J. H. Starks & R. D. Lister, 
Ro J Research Lab ., Dept. of Scientific & Industrial 
Research, Langley, England; reprint Proceedings of the 
Automobile Div., Institution of Mechanical Engineers , 
1954-55, pp. 31-44 



BRAKES, THEORY AND PRACTICE, Ron Wakefield ; Road and 
Track , Vol. 17, June 1966, pp. 83-86 

BRAKE DYNAMICS, Andrew J. White, Motor Vehicle Research 
of New Hampshire, Lee, N. H., 1963. 550 pp. 

BRAKE USAGE 

AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp .. 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 figs. 

AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp., 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp ., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp.. 73 figs. 



STOPPING FROM 100 M. P. H. --PERFORMANCE OF A CAR EQUIPPED 
WITH DISC BRAKES, R. N. Kemp, Road Research Laboratory , 
Crowthorne, Berks., England; reprint Automobile Engineer , 
February 1961, pp. 48-49 

BRAKE CAPACITY—WHAT, WHY, HOW? G. P. Mathews, Rockwell - 
Standard Corp ., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Farm, Construction & Industrial Machinery 
Meeting, Milwaukee, Wis., September 13-16, 1965, SAE 
Report No. 650668, 5 pp. 

BRAKE PERFORMANCE AS RELATED TO DRUM DE IGN, C. F. 
Thornton & F. T. Cox, Jr., Rockwell-Star dard Corp ., 
Brake Div., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers National Transportation Meeting, Philadelphia, 
Pa., October 29-November 2, 1962, SAE Report 606A, 
5 pp. 

COMPONENT DEGRADATION BRAKING SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE, 
D. Q. Bellinger & R. J. Zenko, TRW Systems Group , 
Redonodo Beach, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6964, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
December 30, 1969, 473 pp. 



COMPONENT DEGRADATION BRAKING SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE- 
SUMMARY, D. Q. Bellinger, TRW Systems Group , Redondo 
Beach, Calif., FH-11-6964, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, December 30, 1969, 30 pp. 



BRAKE SYSTEM COMPONENT DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT 
AND ANALYSIS, D. K. Fisher, University of Michigan, 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 265-287; SAE Report No. 700373 

THE OPTIMAL DESIGN OF AN ELECTROHYDRAULIC CONTROL 
SYSTEM USING HYBRID COMPUTATION, Dennis K. Fisher, 
University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 12-16, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700153, 10 pp. 



AUTOMOBILE BRAKE USAGE UNDER PRACTICAL CONDITIONS, 

N. Carpenter and A. P. Lees, Ferodo Limited , Stockport, 

England, 13 pp. 

BRAKE USAGE IN A HEAVY VEHICLE, A. D. M. Frood, D. K. 
Mackenzie & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. , Research Div., 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Stockport, Cheshire, England; 
reprint Proceedings of the Automobile Division, 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers , 1960-61, No. 11, 
pp. 351-370 

CAR BRAKE USAGE AND TEST SCHEDULES, D. K; Mackenzie, 
T. P. Newcomb & B. Watton, Ferodo Ltd. , Research Div., 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Stockport, Cheshire, England; reprint 
Proceedings of the Automobile Division, Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, 1962-63, No. 1, pp. 45-64 

A EUROPEAN PROVING TRIAL—OBSERVATIONS ON BRAKE USAGE 
AND ON THE PERFORMANCE OF DISC BRAKE PADS DURING 3,000 
MILES MOTORING ON THE CONTINENT, D. K. Mackenzie, T. P. 
Newcomb & B. Watton, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England; 
reprint Automobile Engineer, January 1966, 8 pp. 

P.S.V. BRAKE USAGE, A. D. M. Frood, D. K. Mackenzie & 
T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport England; reprint 
Automobile Engineer, October 1962, 8 pp. 



SUBJECTIVE ASPECTS OF BRAKING--AN EXAMINATION OF THE 
BEHAVIOUR AND PERFORMANCE OF FIFTEEN DRIVERS WHEN BRAKING 
R. T. Spurr, Ferodo Ltd ., Chapel-en-le-Frith, Stockport, 
Cheshire, England; reprint Automobile Engineer , February 
1969, 4 pp. 

SOME MEASUREMENTS OF BRAKE USAGE IN A HIGH-SPEED SALOON 
CAR, N. Carpenter, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England, 
October 18, 1955, 18 pp. 

TESTING OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLE BRAKES, R. T. Spurr & 
T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Limited , Stockport, Cheshire, 
England, presented at the Federation Internationale 
des Societes d'Ingenieurs des Techniques de 
l'Automobile XII Congres International des Techniques 
de l'Automobile, Barcelona, Spain, May 19-25, 1968, 
Report No. 2-09, 24 pp. 



THE VARIABLE BRAKING VEHICLE.* CONCEPT AND DESIGN, 
Leonard Segel 6. Ray W. Murphy, University of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the First International Conference on 
Vehicle Mechanics, July 16-18, 1968, pp. 276-299, 
Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich. 



AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp., 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Co . , Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp., Warren, Mich. 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 figs. 



AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp., 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Corp., Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp ., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, II pp., 73 figs. 

PASSENGER CAR BRAKE TESTING, A. E. Livsey, A. F. 

Prestidge & D. F. Woor, Lockheed Hydraulic Brake Company , 

Ltd.; The Engineer . Vol. 211, March 24, 1961, pp. 444- 
450 



BRAKES--MISCELLANEOUS 

CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS OF TRAILER SURGE BRAKE 
SYSTEMS, B. L. Douglass, Atwood Vacuum Machine Co. , 
presented at the Society of .Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report 
No. 670506, 5 pp. 

METHOD OF INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY AND DURABILITY OF 
BRAKING DEVICES, B. I. Kostetskiy, F. K. Germanchuk & 
Ye. A. Bakanov ; translated by J. Sechovicz, edited by 
U. S. Air Force, Foreign Technology Div., Translation 
Division, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
FTD-HT-23- 15-69, May 13, 1969, 2 pp., AD 694 431 



CORROSION CUTS BURST RATING OF HYDRAULIC BRAKE LINES, 
A. G. Imgram, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, 
Ohio; Donald K. Miner, Copper Development Association, 
Inc., Transportation Marketing Manager; Society of 
Automotive Engineers Journal, Vol. 78, No. 7, July 1970, 
pp. 50-51 



DETERIORATION OF AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE-LINE TUBES- 
SUMMARY REPORT, A. G. Imgram, D. H. Fisher & R. E. 
Maringer, Battelle Memorial Institute , Columbus Labs. 
Columbus, Ohio, December 31, 1967, 34 pp. 



CORROSION CUTS BURST RATING OF HYDRAULIC BRAKE LINES, 
A. G. Imgram, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, 
Ohio; Donald K. Miner, Copper Development Association , 
Inc , Transportation Marketing Manager; Society of 
Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 78, No. 7, July 1970, 
pp. 50-51 

HYDRAULIC BRAKE LINE CORROSION: AN INITIAL 
INVESTIGATION OF THE PROBLEM, A. G. Imgram, Battelle 
Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio; & Donald K. Miner, 
Copper Development Association Inc ., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, SAE Report No. 690530, 
-12 pp. 

BRAKING OF ROAD VEHICLES, T. P. Newcomb & R. T. Spurr, 
Ferodo Ltd. , Stockport, England, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 
Publishers, London, England, 1967, 292 pp. 

HANDBRAKE PULL MEASURING DEVICE, A. F. Williams, Ferodo 
Ltd. . Research Division, Stockport, England; reprint 
Automobile Engineer, March 1963, 1 p. 



TORQUE OUTPUT OF AN INTERNAL BAND BRAKE, T. P. Newcon.i 
& H. E. Merritt, Fer odo Lt d., Stockport, England; 
reprint Engineering , April 26, 1963, 2 pp. 

LE VIBRAZI0N1 IN FkLNATA DEI FRENI A TAM! i RO 
(THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INVEST1GAT ON ON MOXOB 
VEHICLE VIBRATIONS IN BRAKING), D. Giacoba & E. 
Cordiano, Fiat S.p.A. , Turin, Italy, presented at th 
Ninth F.I.S.I.T.A. Congress. 1962, 13 pp. 

BRAKING AND STEERING EFFORT CAPABILITIES OF DRIVERS, 
Dennis A. Eaton & Henry J. Dittmeier, II, Ford Motor 
Company . Auto. Safety Research, Dearborn, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compend ium, 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 153-158; S.*E P'nort No. 70036 1 



HYDRAULIC BRAKE LINE CORROSION: AN INITIAL 
INVESTIGATION OF THE PROBLEM, A. G. Imgram, Battelle 
Memorial Institute , Columbus, Ohio; & Donald K. Miner, 
Copper Development Association Inc., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, SAE Report No. 690530, 
12 pp. 



THE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION OF BRAKING AND STEERING 
EQUIPMENT--A MANUAL FOR TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, 
Bendix Corporation, Bendlx Products Automotive Div., 
South Bend, Ind., 1966, 21 pp. 



ANALOG SIMULATION AS A DESIGN TOOL FOR ADVANCED BRAKING 
CONCEPTS, G. B. Hickner, & D. W. Howard, Bendlx 
Automotive & Automation Company , Automotive Control 
Systems Group, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700157, 7 pp. 



RELIABILITY IN CITY TRANSPORT VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT 
LIFETIME AND SECURITY, Santiago Estrada Saiz, City 
Transport Company , Madrid, Spain; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 468-545; SAE Report No. 700384 



A COMPARISON OF ACCELERATOR RELEASE AND BRAKE RESPONSE 
TIMES OF TEN HAND AND FOOT BRAKING METHODS ON A 
SIMULATOR UNDER THREE EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS, 
Warren J. Huffman, University of Illinois, Safety & 
Driver Education Lab., Champaign, 111.; & Gerard R. 
Hummel, City University of New York , Queens College 
Flushing, N. Y., October 25, 1967, 19 pp. 



VEHICLE CONTROL AND ROAD HOLDING, Joseph B. Bidwell, 
General Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 192-203; SAE Report No. 700366 



METHOD OF INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY AND DURABILITY OF 
BRAKING DEVICES, B. I. Kostetskiy, F. K. Germanchuk 6< 
Ye. A. Bakanov; translated by J. Sechovicz, edited by 
U. S. Air Force, Foreign Technology Div., Translation 
Division, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
FTD-HT-23-15-69, May 13, 1969, 2 pp., AD 694 431 

GRAPHICAL METHOD FOR SHOE BRAKE DESIGN, R. O. Kroeger, 
Harnischfeger Corporation , Escanaba, Mich.; Product 
Engineerin g, Vol. 27, No. 3, March 1956, pp. 142-7 



VEHICLE HANDLING: FORCE CAPABILITIES FOR BRAKING AND 
STEERING, Howard W. Stoudt, Thomas J. Crowley, Barry 
Gruber & Ross A. McFarland, Harvard School of Public 
Health , Guggenheim Center for Aviation Health & Safety, 
Boston, Mass., Contract No. FH-il-6910, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, May 29, 1969, 26 pp., 
PB 184 264 



CONTROLS FOR AUTOMOTIVE BRAKES, S. Konz, J. Daccarett, 
& B. Koe, Kansas State University , Manhattan, Kans., 
13 pp. 



HUMAN ENGINEERING DESIGN OF A COMBINED BRAKE- 
ACCELERATOR PEDAL, S. Konz, G. Kalra & B. Koe, Kansas 
State University , Dept. of Industrial Engineering, 
Manhattan, Kansas, presented at 9th Annual Symposium or 
Human Factors in Electronics, Washington, D. C, 
May 7, 1968, 34 pp. 



METHOD OF INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY AND DURABILITY OF 
BRAKING DEVICES, B. I. Kostetskiy , F. K. Cermanchuk & 
Ye. A. Bakanov; translated by J. Sechovicz, edited by 
U. S. Air Force, Foreign Technology Div., Translation 
Division, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
FTD-HT-23-15-69, May 13, 1969, 2 pp., AD 694 431 

THE BRAKE PEDAL FORCE CAPABILITY OF ADULT FEMALES, 
Richard W. Radlinski & James I. Price, National Bureau 
of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C, NBS Technical Note 557, October 1970, 
23 pp. 

DEVELOPING STANDARDS TECHNOLOGY FOR AUTOMOTIVE BRAKING 
SYSTEMS, R. J. Forthofer, National Bureau of Standards , 
Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Braking Systems 
Section, Washington, D. C, Proceedings of the 18th 
Annual Meeting, Standards Engineers Society, Washington, 
D. C, 1969, pp. 27-41 



NEW COPPER ALLOY FOR HYDRAULIC BRAKE LINES, B. J. 
Slrois, Phelps Dodge Copper Products Corp ., New York, 
N. Y.; reprint Metal Progress, November 1965, pp. 64- 
66 



SOME BASIC PROPERTIES OF SHOE BRAKES, G. A. G. Fazekas, 
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn , Brooklyn, N. Y.} 
reprint Journal of Applied Mechanics, Vol. 25, No. 1, 
March 1958, pp. 7-10 



THE BRAKING PERFORMANCE OF CARAVANS AT THE 8TH 
BRITISH CARAVAN CLUB ROAD RALLY, A. L. Alexander, 
Road Research Lab ., Ministry of Transport, Dept. of 
Scientific & Industrial Research, Traffic & Safety 
Division, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Lab. Note 
No. LN/268/A1A, January 1963, 2 pp., 3 figs. 

AN EVALUATION OF A BRAKELIGHT DISPLAY WHICH INDICATES 
THE SEVERITY OF BRAKING, K. S. Rutley & D. G. W. Mace, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Road 
Layout & Lighting Section, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England 
RRL ReDort No. LR 287, 1969, 23 pp., PB 189 234 

METHUU OF INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY AND DURABILITY OF 
BRAKING DEVICES, B. I. Kostetskiy, F. K. Germanchuk & 
Ye. A. Bakanov; translated by J. Sechovicz , edited by 
U. S. Air Force, Foreign Technology Div., Translation 
Division, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
FTD-HT-23-15-69, May 13, 1969, 2 pp., AD 694 431 

BIBLIOGRAPHY—SURVEY OF LIBRARY FACILITIES PROJECT: 
BRAKES, Texas A&M University , Texas Transportation 
Institute, College Station, Texas, Report No. 0654, 
November 9, 1966, 17 pp., PB 190 624 



A COMPARISON OF ACCELERAiur, RELEASE AND BRAKE RESPONSE 
TIMES OF TEN HAND AND FOOT BRAKING METHODS ON A 
SIMULATOR UNDER THREE EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS, 
Warren J. Huffman, University of Illinois, Safety & 
Driver Education Lab., Champaign, 111.; & Gerard R. 
Hummel, City University of New York, Queens College, 
Flushing, N. Y., October 25, 1967, 19 pp. 

THE QUICKNESS OF SELECTED RIGHT-FOOT AND LEFT-FOOT 
BRAKING TECHNIQUES, Edwin G . Belzer, Jr., University 
of New Mexico; & Warren J. Huffman, University of 
Illinois , Champaign, 111.; reprint Research Review , 
September 1966, pp. 72-77 

BASIC VEHICLE HANDLING PROPERTIES, University of 
Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6528, prepared for National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, Report No. 141, 
November 1967. 67 pp. 



BRAKE FORCE REQUIREMENT STUDY: DRIVER-VEHICLE BRAKING 
PERFORMANCE AS A FUNCTION OF BRAKE SYSTEM DESIGN 
VARIABLES, R. G. Mortimer, L. Segel, H. Dugoff, 
J. D. Campbell, C. M. Jorgeson & R. W. Murphy, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6952, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
HSRI Report No. HuF-6, April 10, 1970, 200 pp; HSRI 
Report No. HuF-6a, April 10, 1970, 22 pp. 

DRIVER BRAKING PERFORMANCE AS A FUNCTION OF PEDAL-FORCE 
AND PEDAL-DISPLACEMENT LEVELS, Leonard Segel & 
Rudolf Mortimer, University of Michigan , Highway 
Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 159-178; SAE Report No. 700364 

THE QUICKNESS OF SELECTED RIGHT-FOOT AND LEFT-FOOT 
BRAKING TECHNIQUES, Edwin G. Belzer, Jr., University 
of New Mexico; & Warren J. Huffman, University of 
Illinois, Champaign, 111.; reprint Research Review, 
September 1966, pp. 72-77 

VEHICLE BRAKING SYSTEMS CAN BE SAFER, Richard C. Bueler, 
Wagner Electric Corporation, St. Louis, Mo., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Earthmoving 
Industry Conference Central Illinois Section, Peoria, 
111., April 11-12, 1967, SAE Report No. 670283, 7 pp. 

BRAKES AND BRAKING, Ron Wakefield : reprint Road & Track , 
Vol. 20, No. 7, March 1969, pp. 112-116 



AIRCRAFT BRAKE ENERGY ANALYSIS PROCEDURES, Dale E. 
Creech, U. S. Air Force , Aeronautical Systems Division, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Technical 
Report ASD-TR-63-56, October 1968, 20 pp., AD 685 775 

FIELD TEST OF NATURAL RUBBER BRAKE CUPS AND COMMERCIAL 
SYNTHETIC (GRS) RUBBER BRAKE CUPS, Virgil 0. Hatch, 
U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen Proving 
Ground, Md., Army Project No. 593-21-094, CCL Report No. 
19, March 4, 1957, 12 pp. 



ELECTRO-MAGNETIC FRICTION BRAKE SYSTEM, R. Brendemuehl, 
R. Braukhoff & L. Mihalick, Warner Electric Brake 6. 
Clutch Co ., Beloit, Wis., Contract No. 3-Z-444, 
prepared for Parsons, Brinckerhof f-Tudor-Bechtel, 
February 28, 1967, 44 pp. 

BRAKE SYSTEMS SFBARTD LABORATORY CARS C-l, B-l, B-2, 
Westinghouse Air Brake Co. , Wilmerding, Pa., prepared 
for Parsons Brinckerhof f/Tudor/Bechtel, San Francisco, 
Calif., 1967, 138 pp., PB-178 205 



SINTERED IRON BRAKE CYLINDER PISTONS, Charles B. Jordan, 
U. S. Army Coating & Chemical Lab. , Aberdeen Proving 
Ground, Md., Army Project No. 1C024401A108, CCL Report 
No. 216, November 1966, 12 pp. 



BRAKE DYNAMICS, Andrew J. White , Motor Vehicle Research 
of New Hampshire, Lee, N. H., 1963, 550 pp. 



AN ANALYSIS OF THE REDUCTION IN REACTION TIME AND OF 
THE EFFECT OF SEAT TILT IN A SINGLE-PEDAL AUTOMOTIVE 
SYSTEM, John Patrick Thomas Sullivan, U. S. Navy , 



Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif. 
1970, 74 pp., AD 715 551 



September, 



CODES AND STANDARDS—MISCELLANEOUS 

SPECIFICATION FOR DESTRUCTIVE TESTING BONDED SHOE AND 
LINING ASSEMBLIES NUMBER AM 14036, American Motors 
Corporation , Detroit, Mich., March 3, 1967, 2 pp. 



10 



BOOK OF ASTM STANDARDS, American Society for Testing 
and Materials, Philadelphia, Pa. 



FREINS A TAMBOUR A FIXATION PAR COLLERETTE (DRUM BRAKES 
EIXED BY SMALL AND LARGE BACKING PLATES), French 
Standard R 126-10, Association Francaise de 
Normalisation, Paris, France, June 1952, 1 p. 



FREINS A TAMBOUR POUR AUTOMOBILES (DRUM BRAKES FOR 
AUTOMOBILES—DIAMETERS, WIDTH, LINING), French Standard 
R 126-05, Association Francaise de Normalisation , Paris, 
France, June 195 2, 1 p. 



RESERVOIRS A GRAND RAYON DE CARRE POUR DISPOSITIFS DE 
FREINAGE PNEUMATIQUE (RESERVOIRS FOR USE IN PNEUMATIC 
BRAKING), French Standard R 126-31, Association 
Francaise de Normalisation , Paris, France, March 1963, 



PASSENGER CAR BRAKE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS 
SAE J843a AND SAE J937, E. E. Prather, Bendlx Corp. . 
Automotive Development Center, South Bend, Ind., SAE 
Report No. 680176; Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. 
SP 299, Service Brake System Performance Requirements 
for Automotive Vehicles, November 1967, pp. 10-20 



PROPOSED LEGISLATION— ITS EFFECT ON HYDRAULIC BRAKE 
SYSTEMS, R. A. Goepfrich, Bendix Corp ., Automotive Div., 
South Bend, Ind., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 17-21, 
1965, SAE Report No. 650495, 7 pp. 



HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES - PASSENGER CARS AND 
MULTIPURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLES, Canadian Government 
Specifications Board, Department of Defence Production, 
Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-106, May 24, 1968, 
2 pp. 



STATUS REPORT ON APPLICATIONS AND SUPPLEMENTAL 
REQUIREMENTS, W. T. Birge, Kelsey-Hayes Co. , Romulus, 
Mich., SAE Report No. 680177; Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc. SP-299, Service Brake System Performance 
Requirements for Automotive Vehicles, November 1967, 
pp. 21-26 

PNEUMATIC LINES FOR AUTOMOBILE BRAKES— CONNECTORS/ 
COUPLINGS, TYPES, BASIC DIMENSIONS AND PARAMETERS, COST 
Standard 4365-67, Komltet Standartov , Mer i Izmeritel 
'nyh Priborov pri, Moscow, Russia, 1967, 4 pp. 

PNEUMATIC LINES FOR AUTOMOBILE BRAKES—COUPLING 
TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS, Russian Standard COST 4364-67, 
Komitet Standartov , Mer 1 Izmeritel 'nyh Priborov 
pri, Moscow, Russia, 1967, 6 pp. 



UNIFORM VEHICLE CODE AND MODEL TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 
National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and 
Ordinances, Washington, D. C.,.1968, 335 pp. 



NEW BRAKE SYSTEM ROAD TEST CODE— BACKGROUND AND 
EVALUATION, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. , 
New York, N. Y., SP 229, January 1962, 22 pp. 

SAE HANDBOOK, published annually; HANDBOOK SUPPLEMENT 
19--SAE TECHNICAL REPORTS REFERENCED IN FEDERAL MOTOR 
VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS, May 18, 1970, 43 pp., Society 
of Automotive Engineers Inc. , New York, N. Y. 



SERVICE BRAKE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR 
AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES, Society of Automotive Engineers , 
Inc ., New York, N. Y., SP-299, November 1967, 35 pp. 



STANDARDS AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR THE BRITISH 
AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY, Society of Motor Manufacturers & 
Traders Ltd., London, S. W. 1., 1968 - 



SERVICE BRAKE, EMERGENCY BRAKE AND PARKING BRAKE 
SYSTEMS - PASSENGER CARS, Canadian Government 
Specifications Board, Department of Defence Production, 
Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-105, May 24, 1968, 
3 pp. 

PASSENGER CAR BRAKE SYSTEM ROAD TEST CODE --TENTATIVE 
SAE RECOMMENDED PRACTICE, H. P. Hayes, Ford Motor Co. , 
Dearborn, Mich.; & W. T. Birge, Kelsey-Hayes Co., 
Romulus, Mich.; New Brake System Road Test Code - 
Background and Evaluation , Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., SP 229, January 1962, 
pp. 18-22 



BRAKE SHOE, INTERNALLY ACTUATED, (LINED, REPLACEMENT), 
Interim Federal Specification KKK-B-00640a, General 
Services Administration. Washington, D. C, January 6, 
1966, 6 pp. 



HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION LEGISLATION IN 1969, Highway 
Users Federation for Safety and Mobility, Washington, 
D. C, 32 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE LAW SERIES, SERVICE NO. 3— EQUIPMENT 
REQUIREMENTS, Highway Users Federation for Safety and 
Mobility , Washington, D. C, 1967 - 



PASSENGER CAR BRAKE SYSTEM ROAD TEST CODE— TENTATIVE 
SAE RECOMMENDED PRACTICE, H. P. Hayes, Ford Motor Co., 
Dearborn, Mich.; & W. T. Birge, Kelsey-Hayes Co. , 
Romulus, Mich.; New Brake System Road Test Code - 
Background and Evaluation, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., SP 229, January 1962, 
pp. 18-22 



AUTOMOBILE SPARE PARTS: FLEXIBLE CONDUITS FOR 
HYDRAULIC BRAKES, Israel Standard S.I. 218, Standards 
Institution of Israel , Tel-Aviv., Israel, October 1956, 
4 pp. 

BREMSER (BRAKE SPECIFICATIONS), Statens Vegvesen , 
Vegdirektoratet, Oslo, Norway, May 15, 1970 

BRAKE SHOE, INTERNALLY ACTUATED: W/LINING ASSEMBLY-15X 
3, Military Standard MS51002, U. S. Department of 
Defense, Washington, D. C, February 22, 1967, 1 p. 



BRAKE SHOE, INTERNALLY ACTUATED: W/LINING ASSEMBLY- 
16^ X 5^, Military Standard MS51003, U. S. Department of 



Defense , Washington, D. C, March 27, 1967, 1 p. 



CUP, HYDRAULIC BRAKE ACTUATING CYLINDER: SYNTHETIC 
RUBBER (GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR), Military 
Specification MIL-C-14055C, U. S. Department of Defense , 
Washington, D. C, July 10, 1967, 18 pp. 

HOSE AND HOSE ASSEMBLY, RUBBER; AIR AND VACUUM BRAKE, 
AUTOMOTIVE, Military Specification MIL-H-3992C, 
U. S. Department of Defense , Washington, D. C., 
October 29. 1968, 17 pp. 

HOSE ASSEMBLY, RUBBER; HYDRAULIC BRAKE, Military 
Specification MIL-H-13719C, U. S. Department of Defense , 
March 17, 1969, 13 pp. 



HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES--PASSENGER CARS AND MULTIPURPOSE 
PASSENGER VEHICLES, U. S. Department of Transportation , 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 106 



HYDRAULIC SERVICE BRAKES, EMERGENCY BRAKE, AND PARKING 
BRAKE SYSTEMS--PASSENGER CARS, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety 
Standard No. 105 



LEGISLATIVE EFFECT ON BRAKE DESIGN, E. G. Vallln, 
Aktlebolaget Volvo , Sweden, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 
680017, 11 pp. 



COMMERCIAL AND UTILITY VEHICLE BRAKING 

OPTIMUM BRAKING, STABILITY AND STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY 
FOR LONGER TRUCK COMBINATIONS, Robert E. Nelson, 
Abex Corp . , American Brakeblok Dlv.; James W. Fitch, 
Western Highway Institute, presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers West Coast Meeting, San 
Francisco, Calif., August 12-15, 1968, SAE Report 
No. 680547, 17 pp. 



PROPORTIONING VALVE TO SKID C0NTR0L--A LOGICAL 
PROGRESSION, Frederick E. Lueck, William A. Gartland, 
& Michael J. Denholm, Borg -Warner Corporation, Borg & 
Beck Div., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 
1969. SAE Report No. 690456, 9 pp. 

AUXILIARY BRAKING DEVICES, P. A. C. Brockington; 



reprint Commercial Motor , Vol. 124, No, 
December 16, 1966, pp. 42-45 



3198, 



TRUCK DOWNHILL CONTROL— PREDICTION PROCEDURE, Paul G. 
Hykes, Budd Company , Detroit, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 14-18, 1963, SAE 
Report No. 63QA, 11 pp. 

BRAKING PERFORMANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLES, Samuel C. 
Tlgnor, Bureau of Public Roads , Office of Research & 
Development, Washington, D. C.J reprint Public Roads, 
Vol. 34, No. 4, October 1966, pp. 69-83 



BRAKING, STABILITY AND STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF LONGER 
COMBINATIONS, AMA-TTMA Longer Combinations Task Force, 
Automobile Manufacturers Association, Detroit, Mich., 
and Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association, Washington 
D. C, October 1, 1968, 117 pp. 



THE NEW TRUCK AND BUS ROAD TEST CODE - APPLICATION AND 
INTERPRETATION, Bruce W". Klein, Bendix Corporation , 
South Bend, Ind.; New Brake System Road Test Code - 
Background and Evaluation, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., SP 229, January 1962, 
pp. 3-17 



SPLIT SYSTEMS FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLE HYDRAULIC BRAKES, 
D. J. Gardner, C. N. French & P. B. Shutt, Bendix Corp . 
South Bend, Indiana, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 1964, SAE Report No. 
787A, 9 pp. 



ADAPTIVE ANT I- LOCK BRAKING A REALITY FOR AIR BRAKED 
VEHICLES, Bruce E. Latvala & Robert J. Morse, 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700112, 7 pp 



BRAKE BALANCE— IT CAN BE IMPROVED, Robert J. Morse, 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Co . , presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., June 6-10, 1966, SAE Report No. 660398, 
9 pp. 



BRAKE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE AT LOW OPERATING PRESSURES, 
Robert J. Morse, Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air 
Brake Company ; presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700512, 6 pp. 



DUAL CIRCUIT AIR BRAKE CONTROL SYSTEM, C. F. Smith, 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company ; 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, 
SAE Report No. 700505, 8 pp. 



MAKE THE TRUCKS STOP, TOO, Michael J. Uennoim, Frederick 
E. Lueck & John W. Bush, Borg-Warner Corporation , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700114, 6 pp. 



BRAKING PERFORMANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLES AS FOUND OPERATING 
ON PUBLIC HIGHWAYS, Samuel C. Tlgnor, Bureau of Public 
Roads, Washington, D. C; SAE Transactions , Vol. 73, 
1965, pp. 416-440 

STOPPING ABILITY OF MOTOR VEHICLES SELECTED FROM THE 
GENERAL TRAFFIC, F. William Petring, Bureau of Public 
Roads , Washington, D. C; reprint Public Roads , Vol. 
29, No. 8, June 1957, pp. 177-196 

TRUCK BRAKE TESTING PROCEDURE, W. 0. Robbins & L. L. 
Beaham, Chevrolet Motor Div ., Chevrolet Engineering 
Center, Warren, Mich., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers 1962 International Congress & 
Exposition of Automotive Engineering, Cobo Hall, 
Detroit, Mich., January 8-13, 1962, SAE Report No. 
471H, 11 pp. 

VEHICLE BRAKE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION, James E. Nelson, 
Consolidated Freightways, Incorporated ; presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE Report No. 700514, 
5 pp. 

BRAKES FOR CARS AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES— WEIGHT 
DISTRIBUTION AND STABILITY WHEN BRAKING, J. W. Kinchin, 
Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd ., Birmingham 24, England, 
presented at the S.B.I.A./F.I.S.I.T.A. Symposium, 
Safety through Vehicle Design and Construction, Paper 
No. 3 F, September 27, 1963, 22 pp. 

EFFECTS OF SHOE FORCE GEOMETRY ON HEAVY DUTY INTERNAL 
SHOE BRAKE PERFORMANCE, G. B. Stroh & M. H. Lawrence, 
Eaton Yale & Towne Inc. , Research Center, W. T. Deibel, 
Eaton Yale & Towne Inc., Eaton Marion Div., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year 
Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 1968, SAE Report 
No. 680432, 17 pp. 

DISPOSITXVO DI FRENATURA DI SERVI2I0 CONTINUA ED 
AUTOMATICA CON TRASMISSIONE PNEUMATICA-POSIZIONE SULLA 
MOTRICE DELIA SEMITESTA DI ACCOPPIAMENTO FRONTALE 
(PARTE FISSA) (ARRANGEMENT FOR CONTINUOUS AND AUTOMATIC 
SERVICE BRAKING WITH PNEUMATIC TRANSMISSION— POSITION 
ON THE DRIVE VEHICLE OF THE COUPLING HEAD), Italian 
Standard UNI 4981, Ente Nazlonale Itallano DI 
Uniflcailone , Milano, Italy, April 1962, 2 pp. 

DISPOSITIVO DI FRENATURA DI SERVIZIO CONTINUA ED 
AUTOMATICA CON TRASMISSIONE PNEUMATICA--TESTA DI 
ACCOPPIAMENTO FRONTALE PER AUTOARTICOLATI (ARRANGEMENT 
FOR CONTINUOUS AND AUTOMATIC SERVICE BRAKING WITH 
PNEUMATIC TRANSMISSION— COUPLING FOR TRACTOR TRAILERS), 
Italian Standard UNI 4979, Ente Nazlonale Itallano Dl 
Uniflcazlone , Milano, Italy, April 1962, 2 pp. 



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DISPOSITIVO DI FRENATURA DI SERVIZIO CONTINUA ED 
AUTOMATICA CON TRASMISSIONE PNEUMATICA— TESTA DI 
ACCOPPIAMENTO FRONTALE PER AUTOTRENI (ARRANGEMENT FOR 
CONTINUOUS AND AUTOMATIC SERVICE BRAKING WITH PNEUMATIC 
TRANSMISSION—COUPLING FOR TRAILERS), Italian Standard 
UNI 4980, Ente Nazlonale Itallano DI Unlf Icazlone, 
Mllano, Italy, April 1962, 4 pp. 

BRAKE USAGE IN A HEAVY VEHICLE, A. D. M. Frood, D. K. 
Mackenzie & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. , Research Div., 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Stockport, Cheshire, England; 
reprint Proceedings of the Automobile Division , 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1960-61, No. 11, 
pp. 351-370 

BRAKING OF ROAD VEHICLES, T. P. Newcomb & R. T. Spurr, 
Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 
Publishers, London, England, 1967, 292 pp. 



THE INFLUENCE OF REGULATIONS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF AIR 
BRAKE SYSTEMS FOR COMBINATION VEHICLES, R. Almond, 
Midland-Ross Corp. , Owosso, Mich., presented to 
Canadian Fleet Maintenance Seminar, The Inn on the Park, 
Toronto, Canada, October 5, 1965, 13 pp. 



MODULATED EMERGENCY AIR BRAKE CONTROL ON COMBINATION 
VEHICLES, Walter E. Nichols, Midland-Ross Corp ., 
Owosso, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers National Combined Farm Construction & 
Industrial Machinery, Powerplant, & Transportation 
Meetings, Milwaukee, Wis., September 9-12, 1968, 
SAE Report No. 680593, 5 pp. 



FUTURE COMMERCIAL VEHICLE BRAKING REQUIREMENTS, 
Hubert Perring, Ministry of Transport , London, England; 
reprint Commercial Motor , Vol. 120, No. 3084, 
September 25, 1964, pp. 224, 241-244 & 249-250 



DESIGN ANALYSIS OF BRAKE SYSTEMS, T. P. Newcomb & 
R. T. Spurr, Ferodo Limited , Research Division, 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Stockport, Cheshire, England; 
Automotive Design Engineering, Vol. 8, March 1969, 
pp. 54-56, 58 

P.S.V. BRAKE USAGE, A. D. M. Frood, D. K. Mackenzie {, 
T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. . Stockport England; reprint 
Automobile Engineer , October 1962, 8 pp. 



TESTING OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLE BRAKES, R. T. Spurr & 
T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Limited , Stockport, Cheshire, 
England, presented at the Federation Internationale 
des Societes d'Ingenleurs des Techniques de 
l'Automobile XII Congres International des Techniques 
de l'Automobile, Barcelona, Spain, May 19-25, 1968, 
Report No. 2-09, 24 pp. 

THE 1970 FORD DUAL CIRCUIT AIR BRAKE SYSTEM, Richard W. 
Hildebrandt, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE 
Report No. 700504, 14 pp. 



DYNAMIC BRAKE BALANCE VIA THE COMPUTER, Walter D. 
Noon, Gary L. Smith & Paul A. Bochnig, General Motors 
Corp ., GMC Truck & Coach Div., Detroit, Mich., Society 
of Automotive Engineers Report No. 660399, 9 pp. 



DEVELOPMENTS TO UTILIZE HYDRAULIC SERVICE BRAKES FOR 
HEAVY DUTY OR HIGH FREQUENCY PARKING, Fred W. Cords, 
Minnesota Automotive, Inc. , Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc. Report No. 680162, 7 pp; SAE SP-296, 
Utility Vehicle Workshop: Parking Brakes, November 
1967 



THE HANDLING AND STABILITY OF MOTOR VEHICLES — PART III, 
THE LATERAL STABILITY OF ARTICULATED VEHICLES UNDER 
BRAKING CONDITIONS, F. D. Hales, N. F. Barter, I. R. 
Slack & M. J. Skinner, The Motor Industry Research 
Association. Warwickshire, England, Report No. 1966/3, 
January 1966, 37 pp. 



THE LATERAL STABILITY OF A SIMPLIFIED ARTICULATED 
VEHICLE, F. D. Hales, Motor Industry Research 
Association , Lindley, Nuneaton, England, presented at 
the Symposium on Control of Vehicles during Braking & 
Cornering, held in collaboration with the Road Research 
Laboratory, London, England, June 11, 1963, 14 pp. 



LATERAL STABILITY PROBLEMS OF SIMPLY ARTICULATED 
VEHICLES, F. D. Hales, Motor Industry Research 
Association , Lindley, Nuneaton, England, presented at 
the Symposium IUTAM sur les Recents Progres de la 
Mecanique des Vibrations Lineaires de Paris, April 15, 
1965, 34 pp. 



AUTOMATIC BRAKE CONTROL FOR TRUCKS—WHAT GOOD IS IT? 
G. S. Haviland, Jacobs Manufacturing Co ., West 
Hartford, Conn., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers National Combined Farm Construc- 
tion & Industrial Machinery, Powerplant, & Trans- 
portation Meetings, Milwaukee, Wis., September 9-12, 
1968, SAE Report No. 680591, 11 pp. 



THE JACOBS ENGINE BRAKE APPLICATION AND PERFORMANCE, 
Don D. Cummins, Jacobs Manufacturing Co. . West Hartford.. 
Conn., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Combined Powerplant and Transportation Meeting, Chicago, 
111., October 17-21, 1966, SAE Report No. 660740, 7 pp. 



SOME EXPERIMENTS ON THE PREVENTION OF BRAKE SQUEAL, 
R. A. C. Fosberry & Z. Holubecki, Motor Industry 
Research Association , Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England, Report No. 1957/1, January 1957, 
17 pp. 



POST ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION OF THE BRAKE SYSTEM OF A 
1966 IHC TRUCK, G. F. W. McCaffrey, National Research 
Council. National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa, 
Canada, May 12, 1967, 10 pp., 9 figs. 



WINTER TEST PROGRAM, National Safety Council , Committee 
on Winter Driving Hazards, Chicago, 111., May 1962, 101 
pp. 



SAFETY BRAKE SYSTEMS FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES, R. L. 
Atkin & J. D. Bennett, Kelsey-Hayes Company, Romulus, 
Mich., presented at Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., Jan. 
13-17, 1964, SAE Report No. 787B, 8 pp. 



BRAKE PROPORTIONING VALVE, William C. Eaton 6. Ivan J. 
Schreur, Midland-Ross Corp. . Power Controls Div., 
Owosso, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., June 6-10, 
1966, SAE Report No. 660400, 8 pp. 



1968 WINTER TEST REPORT, National Safety Council , 
Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, Stevens Point, 
Wis. 61 pp. 



FOUNDATION AIR BRAKE PERFORMANCE AT LOW OPERATING 
PRESSURES, R. R. Svenson, North American Rockwell 
Corporation , Transmission & Axle Division; presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE Report No. 700513 
5 pp. 



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EMERGENCY PARKING BRAKES FOR UTILITY VEHICLES, 
G. P. Larson & R. J. Sabin, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. , 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. Report No. 
680164, 5 ppj SAE SP-296, Utility Vehicle Workshop: 
Parking Brakes, November 1967 



COMPRESSION RETARDER, W. E. Meyer, Pennsylvania State 
University. Dept.. of Mechanical Engineering, University 
Park, Pa., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Summer Meeting, Chalfonte-Haddon Hall, 
Atlantic City, N. J., June 3-8, 1956, SAE Report No. 
786, 8 pp., 2 figs. 



MANIFOLD BRAKING FOR HEAVY "OVER THE ROAD" TRUCKS--A 
REVIEW OF EUROPEAN PRACTICES AND EXPERIENCES, W. E. 
Meyer, Pennsylvania State University. Dept. of 
Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., SAE 
Report No. 571, 1955, 7 pp., 4 figs. 



CAM VERSUS WEDGE BRAKES— LABORATORY COMPARISON, R. R. 
Svenson, Rockwell-Standard Corp.. Brake Division, pre- 
sented at Society of Automotive Engineers National 
Transportation, Powerplant and Fuels and Lubricants 
Meeting, Baltimore, Md., October 19-23, 1964, SAE Re- 
port No. 941B, 4 pp. 



STOPMASTER BRAKE --PARKING AND EMERGENCY BRAKING SYSTEM- 
-AND HYDRAULIC FAIL-SAFE UNIT, Ralph K. Super 6. John 
Borbi, Rockwell-Standard Corp ., Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc. Report No. 680163, 5 pp; SAE SP-296, 
Utility Vehicle Workshop: Parking Brakes, November 
1967 



UTILITY VEHICLE WORKSHOP: 
Automotive Engineers, Inc . 
November 1967, 17 pp. 



PARKING BRAKES, Society of 
, New York, N. Y.. SP-296, 



AN ASSESSMENT OF THE AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS "ANTILOK" 
ANTI-LOCKING BRAKING SYSTEM FITTED TO AN ARTICULATED 
VEHICLE, H. A. Wilkins & B. P. Chlnn, Road Research 
Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Vehicles Section, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, RRL Report No. LR 191, 
1968, 9 pp., 3 figs. 



AN ASSESSMENT OF THE DUNLOP ELECTRONIC MAXARET 
ANTI-LOCKING BRAKING SYSTEM FITTED TO AN ARTICULATED 
VEHICLE, B. P. Chlnn & H. A. Wilkins, Road Research 
Laboratory, Ministry of Transport, Vehicles Section, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, RRL Report No. LR 325, 
1970, 12 pp. 



AN ASSESSMENT OF THE DUNLOP MAXARET ANTI-LOCKING 
BRAKING SYSTEM FITTED TO AN ARTICULATED VEHICLE, H. A. 
Wilkins, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 161, 
1968, 14 pp. 

ASSESSMENT OF THE HOPE ANTI-JACK KNIFE DEVICE, H. A. 
Wilkins, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 163, 1968, 6 pp. 



AIR BRAKES FOR MOTOR VEHICLES: DIAPHRAGMS, Israel 
Standard S.I. 320, Standards Institution of Israel , 
Tel Aviv., Israel, November 1967, 4 pp. 



AIR BRAKES FOR MOTOR VEHICLES: FLEXIBLE HOSE AND 
RELATED FITTINGS, Israel Standard S.I. 273, Standards 
Institution of Israel , Tel Aviv., Israel, March 1966. 
6 pp. 



BRAKES, BRAKE BALANCE AND GCW, Truck Trailer 
Manufacturers Association . Washington, D. C, presented 
at the TTMA's 25th Annual Convention, Hollywood Beach 
Hotel, Hollywood, Fla., March 28, 1966, 48 pp. 



THE DIRECTIONAL DYNAMICS OF THE COMMERCIAL TRACTOR- 
SEMITRAILER VEHICLE DURING BRAKING, Philip M. Leucht, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 242-254; SAE Report No. 700371 



THE BEHAVIOUR OF VEHICLES WHEN BRAKING IN EMERGENCIES, 
R. D. Lister, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, England; reprint J. Inst. Auto . 
Assess, Vol. 17, No. 3, 1966, pp. 41-61 



THE BRAKING PERFORMANCE OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND BRAKE 
TESTING, H. J. H. Starks, Road Research Laboratory , 
Department of Scientific & Industrial Research, 
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England, Road Research 
Technical Paper No. 26, March 1953, 31 pp. 



BRAKING CONSIDERATIONS—MEDIUM AND HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES, 
Wagner Electric Corporation , Saint Louis, Mo., June 
1969, 9 pp. 



TRUCK AND BUS BRAKE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS 
(SAE J9'92), Robert 0. Tuegel, Wagner Electric Corp. , 
SAE Report No. 680175; Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc. SP 299, Service Brake System Performance Require- 
ments for Automotive Vehicles, November 1967, pp. 3-9 



EXHAUST BRAKE PERFORMANCE, R. N. Kemp, Road Research 
Lab. , Dept. of Scientific & Industrial Research, Langley 
England; reprint Automobile Engineer , October 1957, 
Vol. XLVII, No. 10, pp. 414-419 



WEDGE BRAKES VERSUS CAM BRAKES— THEORETICAL C0MPARSI0N, 
John W. Kourlk, Wagner Electric Corp. , presented at 
Society of Automotive Engineers National Transportation, 
Powerplant & Fuels & Lubricants Meeting, Baltimore, Md., 
October 19-23, 1964, SAE Report No. 941A, 13 pp. 



EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS ON THE BRAKING PERFORMANCE 
OF MOTOR VEHICLES, H. J. H. Starks & R. D. Lister, 
Road Research Lab ., Dept. of Scientific*. Industrial 
Research, Langley, England; reprint Proceedings of the 
Automobile Dlv., Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
1954-55, pp. 31-44 



ART AND SCIENCE OF BRAKING HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES, G. P. 
Mathews, Rockwell Standard Corp ., presented at the 
Tenth L. Ray Buckendale Lecture, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, January 1964, SAE No. SP-251, 27 pp. 



OPERATIONAL TESTS OF LONGER COMBINATIONS, Western 
Highway Institute , San Francisco, Calif., 24 pp. 



OPTIMUM BRAKING, STABILITY AND STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY 
FOR LONGER TRUCK COMBINATIONS, Robert E. Nelson, ' 
Abex Corp., American Brakeblok Div.; James W. Fitch, 
Western Highway Institute , presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers West Coast Meeting, San 
Francisco, Calif., August 12-15, 1968, SAE Report 
No. 680547, 17 pp. 



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COMPLIANCE TEST REPORTS 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—BRAKE COMPLIANCE TEST ON ONE 
(I) 1969 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR, NHSB NO. 69101 IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH FMVSS 105, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown, Inc ., 
Testing Labs. Dlv., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-7184, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-691186, 
September 15, 1969, 105 pp., PB 188 365 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT--BRAKE COMPLIANCE TEST ON ONE (1) 
1969 MERCURY COUGAR, NHSB NO. 69201 IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
FMVSS 105, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown, Inc. , 
Testing Labs. Division, Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-7184, prepared for the National Highway Safet> 
Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, 
D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-691185, September 1969, 
94 pp., PB 189 515 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 AMERICAN AMX397 IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681909 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 73 pp., PB 188 128 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Incorporated , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I. 
N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. 
TR-681903 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 187 346 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT- -BRAKE , TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National Highway Safety 
Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, 
D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681917 Revision A, 
January 29, 1969, 67 pp., PB 186 600 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 CORVAIR MONZA IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Browh, 
Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681918 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 187 413 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT- -BRAKE , TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 AMERICAN REBEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown, 
Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681907 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., PB 186 607 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 DODGE POLARA IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown , 
Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681915 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., PB 186 597 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCt 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 BU1CK SPORT WAGON IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y. , 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681924 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., PB 187 417 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 FORD FALCON IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown , 
Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. 
TR-681921 Revision A„ January 29, 1969, 67 pp., 
PB 187 348 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 BUICK WILDCAT IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown , 
Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681902 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 187 370 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 FORD MUSTANG IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown 
Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., Contract No. 
FH-11-6871, prepared for National Highway Safety Bureau, 
U.. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
DTB Test Report No. TR-681908 Revision A, January 29, 
1969, 66 pp., PB 186 602 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Incorporated , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., 
N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681913 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 64 pp., 
PB 187 386 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y. , 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681906 



Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 



pp. 



PB 186 598 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 CHEVELLE NOMAD IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown, 
Incorporated , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., 
N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681904 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 187 418 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 MERCURY COLONY PARK IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T . 
Brown, Inc .. Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681914 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 186 603 



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COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT- -BRAKE , TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 MERCURY CYCLONE IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of ' 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681905 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., 
PB 186 599 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110 Edward S. Dale, Dayton T . 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681916 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 186 601 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I - ., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681923 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., PB 187 383 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT--BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 RAMBLER ROGUE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown, 
Inc . , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681922 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 187 344 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 OLDSMOBILE F-85 IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681911 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 64 pp., 
PB 187 384 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 OLDSMOBILE T0R0NAD0 IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown. Inc. . Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681912 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 68 pp., 
PB 187 385 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C". , DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681910 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., 
PB 186 604 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—MOTOR VEHICLE BRAKE FLUIDS 
TEST REPORT, Detroit Testing Laboratory, Inc. , Detroit, 
Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6844, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, Report No. 810216G, 
1969, 36 pp., pb 187 555 



COMPLIANCE TEST REP0RT--REPORT OF TESTSON AUTOMOTIVE 
HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES, Detroit Testing Laboratory , 
Detroit, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6844, prepared for 
the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTL Report 
No. 810215-G, January 1969, 24 pp., PB 187 614 



COMPLIANCE TEST REP0RT--REP0RT OF TESTS ON AUTOMOTIVE 
HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES, Detroit Testing Laboratory, Inc., 
Detroit, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6855, prepared for 
the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, April 1969, 92 do., 
PB 187 615 * ** 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105: 
1968 AMC REBEL 770, Digltek Corporation , Marina del Rey, 
Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, January 6, 1969, 
86 pp., PB 187 321 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681920 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 186 605 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT- -BRAKE , TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PLYMOUTH SUBURBAN IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. 
TR-681919 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 186 606 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PONTIAC EXECUTIVE IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T'. 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681901 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 187 345 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105: 
1968 BUICK RIVIERA, Digltek Corporation , Marina del 
Rey, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for 
the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, December 3, 1968, 
86 pp., PB 186 588 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105: 
1968 CHECKER MARATHON, Digltek Corporation , Marina del 
Rey, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, January 6, 1969, 
83 pp., PB 186 590 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS '105 
1968 CHEVELLE MALIBU, Digltek Corporation , Marina del 
Rey, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, December 5, 1968, 
83 pp., PB 187 325 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105 
1968 CHEVY II NOVA, Digltek Corporation, Marina del 
Rey, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, January 6, 1969, 
72 pp., PB 187 365 



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COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105 
1968 CHRYSLER 300 SERIAL NUMBER CM43-K8C-217899, 
Digitek Corporation , Marina del Rey, Calif., Contract 
No. FH-11-6866, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, February. 11. 1969, 82 pp., PB 187 364 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSE TEST-- 
FMVSS 106, ETL, Incorporated, New York, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6948, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, ETL Report No. 408635, June 9, 1969, 
30 pp., PB 187 593 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105 
1968 FORD FAIRIANE 500, Digitek Corporation , Marina del 
Rey, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for 
the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, December 3, 1968, 
78 pp., PB 187 347 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT--HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSE TEST 
FMVSS 106, Electrical Testing Laboratories, Inc ., 
New York, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6948, prepared for 
the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, Report No. 408642, 
June 9, 1969, 15 pp., PB 187 553 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105 
1968 FORD FALCON, Dlgltek Corporation , Marina del Rey, 
Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, 83 pp., PB 187 315 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105 
1968 OLDSMOBILE DELTA 88, Digitek Corporation , Marina 
del Rey, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for 
the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, November 7, 1968, 
85 pp., PB 187 313 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105: 
1968 PLYMOUTH VALIANT, Digitek Corporation , Marina del 
Rey, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, December 5, 1968, 
85 pp., PB 186 591 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSE TEST FMVSS 
106, Electrical Testing Laboratories, Inc ., New York, 
N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6948, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, Report No. 408644, 
June 9, 1969, 15 pp., PB 187 554 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSE FMVSS 106, 
ETL, Incorporated , New York, N. Y., Contract No. 
FH-11-6948, prepared for the National Highway Safety 
Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, 
D. C, ETL Report No. 409537, August 25, 1969, 12 pp., 
PB 187 592 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES— FMVSS 
106, Electrical Testing Laboratories, Inc ., New York, 
N. Y., prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
ETL Report No. 411725, May 1970, 7 pp., PB 191641 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105: 
1968 PONTIAC TEMPEST SAFARI, Dlgltek Corporation , 
Marina del Rey, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
January 6, 1969, 86 pp., PB 186 596 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105: 
1968 ROVER 2000 TC SERIAL NUMBER 8590-1484B, Dlgltek 
Corporation , Marina del Rey, Calif., Contract No. 
FH-11-6866, prepared for the National Highway Safety 
Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, 
D. C, March 25, 1969, 85 pp., PB 186 589 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES— FMVSS 106, 
Electrical Testing Laboratories, Inc ., New York, N.. Y., 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
ETL Report No. 411726, May 1970, 7 pp., PB 191642 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES --FMVSS 
106, Electrical Testing Laboratories, Incorporated , 
New York, N. Y., prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, ETL Report No. 411727, May 1970, 
7 pp., PB 191643 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT --VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 105 
1968 VOLVO 144S, Digitek Corporation , Marina del Rey, 
Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, 80 pp., PB 187 324 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES— FMVSS 
106, Electrical Testing Laboratories, Inc. , New York, 
N. Y., prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
ETL Report No. 411728, May 1970, 7 pp., PB-191644 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT ON 
HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSE, ETL Inc. , Automotive Testing Div., 
New York, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6948, prepared for 
the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, ETL Report No. 
407567, March 4, 1969, 15 pp., PB 187 590 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES— FMVSS 106 
Electrical Testing Laboratories. Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y., prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
ETL Report No. 411729, May 1970, 7 pp., PB 19164 c 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSE TEST— 
FMVSS 106, ETL, Incorporated , New York, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6948, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, ETL Report No. 407569, March 12, 
1969, 7 pp., PB 187 604 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSES—FMVSS 
106, Electrical Testing Laboratories, Incorporated , 
New York, N. Y., prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, ETL Report No. 411730, May 1970, 
8 pp., PB 191646 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— HYDRAULIC BRAKE HOSE TEST FMVSS 
106, ETL Incorporated . New York, N. Y., Contract No. 
FH-11-6948, prepared for the National Highway Safety 
Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, 
D. C, ETL Report No. 407576, March 14, 1969, 7 pp., 
PB 187 596 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—EVALUATION OF BRAKING SYSTEMS 
PERFORMED ON MODEL 1968 BUICK SKYLARK, Ogden Technology 
Labs., Inc ., Monterey Park, Calif., prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, OTL Report No. 
M-20182-2, November 1968, 80 pp., PB 186 564 ' 



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COMPLIANCE TEST RE TORT --EVALUATION OF BRAKING SYSTEMS 

PERFORMED ON MODEL 1968 BUICK SPECIAL, 2-DOOR SEDAN, 

Ogden Technology Labs., Inc ., Monterey Park, Calif-, 

prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, 

U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 

OTL Report No. M-20182-7, December 1968, 52 pp., 

PB 186 563 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --EVALUATION OF BRAKING SYSTEMS 
PERFORMED ON MODEL 1968 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE, Ogden 
Technology Labs., Inc. , Monterey Park, Calif., prepared 
for the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department 
of Tran3portation, Washington, D. C, OTL Report No. 
M-20182-1, November 1968, 89 pp., PB 186 560 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT — QUALIFICATION TEST PERFORMED ON 
AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE HOSES, Ogden Technology Labs., Inc ., 
Monterey Park, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6843, prepared 
for the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, OTL Report No. 
M-20296-4, March 1969, 153 pp., PB 188 310 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—QUALIFICATION TEST PERFORMED ON 
AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE HOSES, Ogden Technology Labs., Inc. , 
Monterey Park, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6843, prepared 
for the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, OTL Report No. 
M-20296-5, April 1969, 151 pp., PB 188 362 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --REPORT OF EVALUATION OF BRAKING 

SYSTEMS PERFORMED ON MODEL 1968 CHEVROLET IMPALA, 

Ogden Technology Labs., Inc ., Monterey Park, Calif., 

prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, 

U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 

OTL Report No. M-20182-6, December 1968, 36 pp., 

PB 187 317 



DISC BRAKES 

THE AMERICAN MOTORS DISC BRAKE, Carl E. Burke, American 
Motors Corp. . Detroit, Mich., and E. E. Prather, The 
Bendix Corp., Bendix Products Automotive Div., South 
Band, Ind., Society of Automotive Engineers Report No. 
1004A, 11 pp. 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --EVALUATION OF BRAKING SYSTEMS 
PERFORMED ON MODEL 1968 DODGE DART, Ogden Technology 
Labs., Inc. , Monterey Park, Calif., prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, OTL Report No. 
M-20182-4, December 1968, 75 pp., PB 186 566 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—EVALUATION OF BRAKING SYSTEMS 
PERFORMED ON MODEL 1968 FORD LTD, Ogden Technology 
Labs., Inc. , Monterey Park, Calif., prepared for the 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
OTL Report No. M-20182-11, December 1968, 87 pp., 
PB 186 565 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT--EVALUATION OF BRAKING SYSTEMS 
PERFORMED ON MODEL 1968 OLDSMOBILE VISTA CRUSIER, 
Ogden Technology Labs., Inc. , Monterey Park, Calif.,' 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. 
OTL Report No. M-20182-8, December 1968, 82 pp., 
PB 186 562 



C, 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT — QUALIFICATION TEST PERFORMED ON 
AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE HOSES, Ogden Technology Labs., Inc. , 
Monterey Park, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6843, 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
OTL Report No. M-20296, February 1969, 164 pp., 
PB 187 875 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— QUALIFICATION TEST PERFORMED 
ON AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE HOSES, Ogden Technology Labs., Inc., 
Monterey Park, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6843, 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, OTL 
Report No. M-20296-1, February 1969, 149 pp., PB 187 872 



DISC BRAKES ON U. S. PASSENGER CARS ... A STATUS 
REPORT, Carl E. Burke, American Motors Corp. , E. E. 
Prather, Bendix Corp., Bendix Products Automotive Div. 
F. E. Lueck, Ford Motor Co., Arnold R. Brown & Zora 
Arkus-Duntov, General Motors Corp., Chevrolet Motor 
Div., & Arthur R. Shaw, General Motors Corp., Delco- 
Moralne Div.; reprint Society of Automotive Engineers 
Journal , October 1965, Vol. 73, No. 10, pp. 73-76 



THE AMERICAN MOTORS DISC BRAKE, Carl E. Burke, American 
Motors Corp., Detroit, Mich., and E. E. Prather, The 
Bendix Corp ., Bendix Products Automotive Div., South 
Bend, Ind., Society of Automotive Engineers Report No. 
1004A, 11 pp. 

A COMPARISON BY THERMAL ANALYSIS OF ROTOR ALLOYS FOR 
AUTOMOBILE DISC BRAKES, R. M. Rusnak, H. W. Schwartz & 
W. P. Coleman, Bendix Corporation, Research Laboratories, 
Southfield, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotiva 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700137, 10 pp. 



DISC BRAKES, FAVORITE OF EUROPE, ARE ORPHAN CHILD IN 
U. S., R. C. Parker & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo, Ltd., 
Stockport, England; J. L. Wlnge, Bendix Corp ., South 
Bend, Ind.; & A. E. Samson, Ford Motor Co., Ford Div., 
Advanced Chassis Dept., Dearborn, Mich.; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal, Vol. 72, No. 8, 
August 1964, pp. 40-47 



DISC BRAKES FOR AMERICAN CARS, J. L. Wlnge, Bendix 
Corp .. South Bend, Indiana, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers National Automobile Meeting, 
March 1963, SAE Report No. 659B, 12 pp. 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— QUALIFICATION TEST PERFORMED ON 
AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE HOSES, Ogden Technology Labs., Inc. , 
Monterey Park, Calif., Contract No. FH-L1-6843, 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, OTL 
Report No. M-20296-2, February 1969, 166 pp., 
PB 187 873 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT— QUALIFICATION TEST PERFORMED ON 
AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE HOSES, Ogden Technology Laboratories , 
Inc ., Monterey Park, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6843, 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
OTL Report No. M-20296-3, March 6, 1969, 176 pp., 
PB 187 874 



DISC BRAKES ON U. S. PASSENGER CARS ... A STATUS 
REPORT, Carl E. Burke, American Motors Corp., E. E. 
Prather, Bendix Corp. . Bendix Products Automotive Div. 
P. E. Lueck, Ford Motor Co., Arnold R. Brown & Zora 
Arkus-Duntov, General Motors Corp., Chevrolet Motor 
Div., & Arthur R. Shaw, General Motors Corp., Delco- 
Moralne Div.; reprint Society of Automotive Engineers 
Journal, October 1965, Vol. 73, No. 10, pp. 73-76 



DISC BRAKES "TWO YEARS AFTER", T. H. Thomas, Bendix 
Corporation , Brake & Steering Div., South Bend, Ind. 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Detroit, Section, December 12, 1966, SAE Report No. 
670197, 9 pp. 



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FRICTION MATERIAL TESTING, R. M. Rusnak, W. M. Spurgeon 
(t F. W. Aldrlch, Bendix Corporation , South Bend, Ind., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE 
Report No. 700517, 9 pp. 

INSTRUMENTATION AND METHODS FOR THE EVALUATION OF 
VARIABLES IN BRAKES, J. L. Wlnge, Bendix Corporation, 
South Bend, Ind., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers 1961 Summer Meeting, SAE Report No. 36 IB, 
19 pp. 

DESIGN OF DISC BRAKES FOR AMERICAN AUTOMOBILES, R. H. 
Vansteenkiste, The Budd Co. , presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers National Automobile Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., March 19-21, 1963, SAE Report No. 659A, 
6 pp. 

AN OLD MATERIAL MEETS A NEW CHALLENGE--INTEGRAL CAST 
IRON HUB AND DISC DEVELOPMENT, Gerald L. Goldberg & 
Trevor N. James, Budd Company , Detroit, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, 
SAE Report No. 690444, 5 pp. 

TRENDS IN BRAKING TECHNIQUES OF THE EUROPEAN VEHICLES, 
Andre Furia, Sully Schachter 6. Pierre Gancel. DBA , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report 
No. 670505, 32 pp. 



THERMAL ASPECTS OF VEHICLE BRAKING, T. P. Newcomb, 
Ferodo Ltd.. Stockport, England; reprint Automgbile 
Engineer , July & August 1960, pp. 4-19 

TRANSIENT TEMPERATURES ATTAINED IN DISK BRAKES, T. P. 
Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. . Stockport, England; reprint British 
Journal of Applied Physics , July 1959, Vol. 10, pp. 339- 
340 

STUDYING BRAKE NOISE WITH ULTRA SLOW MOTION PHOTOGRAPHY, 
Jack E. Gieck, Firestone Tire & Rubber Co ., World 
Bestos Co., Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 
111., May 17-21, 1965, SAE Report No. 650489, 6 pp. 



DISC BRAKES, FAVORITE OF EUROPE, ARE ORPHAN CHILD IN 
U. S., R. C. Parker & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo, Ltd., 
Stockport, England; J. L. Winge, Bendix Corp., South 
Bend, Ind.; & A. E. Samson, Ford Motor Co ., Ford Div., 
Advanced Chassis Dept., Dearborn, Mich.; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 72, No. 8, 
August 1964, pp. 40-47 

DISC BRAKES ON U. S. PASSENGER CARS ... A STATUS 
REPORT, Carl E. Burke, American Motors Corp., E. E. 
Prather, Bendix Corp., Bendix Products Automotive- Div. , 
F. E. Lueck, Ford Motor Co. , Arnold R. Brown & Zora 
Arkus-Duntov, General Motors Corp., Chevrolet Motor 
Div., & Arthur R. Shaw, General Motors Corp., Delco- 
Moraine Div.; reprint Society of Automotive Engineers 
Journal, October 1965, Vol. 73, No. 10, pp. 73-76 



COOLING RATES OF BRAKE DRUMS AND DISCS, T. P. Newcomb, 
& N. Millner, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England, paper 
presented at an Ordinary Meeting of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers Automobile Div., Chamber of 
Commerce, Edgbaston, Birmingham, January 18, 1966; 
reprint IME Proceedings , Vol. 180, Part 2A, 1965-66, 
9 pp. 

DISC BRAKES, FAVORITE OF EUROPE, ARE ORPHAN CHILD IN 
U. S., R. C. Parker & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo, Ltd ., 
Stockport, England; J. L. Winge, Bendix Corp., South 
Bend, Ind.; & A. E. Samson, Ford Motor Co., Ford Div., 
Advanced Chassis Dept., Dearborn, Mich.; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 72, No. 8, 
August 1964, pp. 40-47 

A EUROPEAN PROVING TRIAL—OBSERVATIONS ON BRAKE USAGE 
AND ON THE PERFORMANCE OF DISC BRAKE PADS DURING 3,000 
MILES MOTORING ON THE CONTINENT, D. K. Mackenzie, T. P. 
Newcomb & B. Watton, Ferodo Ltd. . Stockport, England; 
reprint Automobile Engineer , January 1966, 8 pp. 

FRICTION MATERIALS FOR ENGINEERS, Ferodo Limited , 
Chapel-en- le-Frlth, via Stockport, England, 1968, 79 pp. 



HEAT DISSIPATION IN BRAKING, Peter Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd.. 
Stockport, England; reprint Automotive Design Engineer- 
ing , April 1963, 7 pp. 

THE PERFORMANCE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DISC BRAKE, 
R. C. Parker & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, 
England, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automobile Week, Detroit, Mich., March 30- 
April 3, 1964, SAE Report No. 836A, 23 pp. 



TEMPERATURES REACHED IN BRAKING WHEN THE THERMAL PRO- 
PERTIES OF DRUM OR DISC VARY WITH TEMPERATURE, D.J. 
Evans & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. . Stockport, England; 
reprint Journal Mechanical Engineering Science , 1961, 
Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 315-317 



A THEORY OF BRAKE SQUEAL, R. T. Spurr, Ferodo Ltd ., 
Stockport, England; reprint Proceedings Institution 
of Mechanical Engineers . 1961-62, No. 1 pp. 32-52 



FORD'S SECOND GENERATION DISC BRAKE, W. M. Beevers & 
A. V. Hogan, Ford Motor Co. . Ford Div., Dearborn, Mich, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680018, 8 pp. 



MARK II GT SPORTS CAR DISC BRAKE SYSTEM, Joseph J. 
Ihnaclk, Jr. & Jerome F. Meek, Ford Motor Company , 
Dearborn, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich. 
January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670070, 32 pp. 



WHY DISC BRAKES, F. E. Lueck, Ford Motor Co ., Dearborn, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 11-15, 1965, SAE Report No. 650172, 11 
pp. 

DAMPING CAPACITY OF PEARLITIC GRAY IRON AND ITS 
INFLUENCE ON DISC BRAKE SQUEAL SUPPRESSION, Edwin J. 
Miller, General Motors Corporation , Metallurgical 
Engineering Dept., Research Labs., Warren, Mich., 
SAE Report No. 690221, 10 pp. 

DISC BRAKES ON U. S. PASSENGER CARS ... A STATUS 
REPORT, Carl E. Burke, American Motors Corp., E. E. 
Prather, Bendix Corp., Bendix Products Automotive Div., 
F. E. Lueck, Ford Motor Co., Arnold R. Brown & Zora 
Arkus-Duntov, General Motors Corp. , Chevrolet Motor 
Div., & Arthur R. Shaw, General Motors Corp., Delco- 
Moraine Div.; reprint Society of Automotive Engineers 
Journal, October 1965, Vol. 73, No. 10, pp. 73-76 



HIGH CALIPER BRAKING --CORVETTE STANDARD 4-WHEEL DISC 
BRAKES, Zora Arkus-Duntov, Arnold R. Brown & Arthur R. 
Shaw. General Motors Corp .. Warren, Mich., Society of 
Automotive Engineers Report No.. 650275, 15 pp. 



PREDICTION OF SURFACE TEMPERATURES IN PASSENGER CAR 
DISC BRAKES, Robert N. Noyes & Paul T. Vlckers, 
General Motors Corporation , Research Laboratories, 
Warren, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690457, 6 pp. 



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PERT AS USED IN A DISC BRAKE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT, 
R. D. Dally, Kelsey-Hayes, Co ., Romulus, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1964, SAE Report No. 815A, 5 pp. 



TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS IN DISC BRAKES, S. A. Abbas, 
Lanchester College of Technology . Coventry, England; 
N. J. Cubitt, University of Technology, Loughborough, 
England; & C. J. Hooke, University of Birmingham, 
Edgbaston, England; Proceedings of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 184, Part 2A, 1969-70, 6 pp. 



FAILURfc ANALYSIS MODEL 737 BRAKE AND ANTI-SKID SYSTEMS, 
R. K. Glasenapp & W. C. Gaffney, The Boeing Company , 
Commercial Airplane Division, Renton, Wash., Report No. 
D6-14074, February 17, 1967, 68 pp. 



APPLICABILITY OF BRAKING CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR HIGHWAY 
VEHICLES, George R. Olsson and Peter G. Fielding, 
Booz, Allen Applied Research, Inc ., Washington, D. C; 
Glenn G. Balmer, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C; presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, 
SAE Report No. 700516, 11 pp. 



DISC BRAKE SQUEAL--ITS MECHANISM AND SUPPRESSION, 
R. A. C. Fosberry & Z. Holubecki, Motor Industry 
Research Association, Llndley, Nr. Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England, Report No. 1961/2, February 1961, 
14 pp. 



INTERIM REPORT ON DISC BRAKE SQUEAL, R. A. C. Fosberry 
& Z. Holubecki, Motor Industry Research Association , 
Llndley, Nr. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, Report 
No. 1959/4, October 1959, 13 pp. 



STOPPING FROM 100 M. P. H. --PERFORMANCE OF A CAR EQUIPPED 
WITH DISC BRAKES, R. N. Kemp, Road Research Laboratory . 
Crowthorne, Berks, England; reprint Automobile Engineer, 
February 1961, pp. 48-49 



APPLICABILITY OF BRAKING CONTROL SYSTEMS TO HIGHWAY 
VEHICLES, George R. Olsson & Peter G. Fielding, 
Booz, Allen Applied Research, Inc ., Bethesda, Md., 
Contract No. FH-11-6859, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
Washington, D. C, December 1970, 284 pp. 



HIGHWAY VEHICLE STABILITY IN BRAKING MANEUVERS, 
Bohyun Yim, George R. Olsson, and Peter G. Fielding, 
Booz, Allen Applied Research, Inc ., Washington, D. C; 
Glenn G. Balmer, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C; presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970; 
SAE Report No. 700515, 16 pp. 



TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS IN DISC BRAKES, S. A. Abbas, 
Lanchester College of Technology, Coventry, England; 
N. J. Cubitt, University of Technology, Loughborough, 
England; & C. J. Hooke, University of Birmingham, 
Edgbaston, England; Proceedings of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 184, Part 2A, 1969-70, 6 pp. 



PROPORTIONING VALVE TO SKID C0NTR0L--A LOGICAL 
PROGRESSION, Frederick E. Lueck, William A. Gartland, 
(t Michael J. Denholm, Borg-Warner Corporation , Borg & 
Beck Div., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 
1969. SAE Report No. 690456, 9 pp. 



BRAKE SYSTEM COMPONENT DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT 
AND ANALYSIS, D. K. Fisher, University of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 265-287; SAE Report No. 700373 



TEMERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS IN DISC BRAKES, S. A. Abbas, 
Lanchester College of Technology, Coventry, England; 
N. J. Cubitt, University of Technology , Loughborough, 
England; & C. J. Hooke, University of Birmingham, 
Edgbaston, England; Proceedings of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 184, Part 2A, 1969-70, 6 pp. 



THE SKIDDING BEHAVIOUR OF MOTOR VEHICLES, G. Jones, 
British Motor Corp ., Car Division, England; reprint 
Proceedings of the Automobile Division, Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers , 1962-63, No. 1, pp. 65-73 



APPLICABILITY OF BRAKING CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR HIGHWAY 
VEHICLES, George R. Olsson and Peter G. Fielding, 
Booz, Allen Applied Research, Inc., Washington, D. C; 
Glenn G. Balmer, Bureau of Public Roads , Washington, 
D. C; presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, 
SAE Report No. 700516, 11 pp. 



EMERGENCY BRAKING AND SKID CONTROL 

AM AMROACH TO LOAD SENSING BRAKE PROPORTIONING FOR 
EASSEMGER CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS, R. T. Eddy & R. A. 
Hilton, Bendlx Corp .. South Bend, Ind., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., June 6-10, 1966, SAE Report No. 660411, 
11 pp. 



DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE CONSIDERATIONS FOR A PASSENGER 
CAR ANTI-SKID SYSTEM, Thomas C. Schafer, Donald W. 
Howard 6. Ralph W. Carp, Bendlx Corp . , South Bend, Ind. 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680458, 9 pp. 



BASELINE ANALOG SIMULATION FOR EVALUATION OF BRAKE 
ANTI-SKID SYSTEMS, R. L. Amberg, Boeing Company , 
Commercial Airplane Dlv., Renton, Wash., Document No. 
D6-58384-3TN, 36 pp. 



HIGHWAY VEHICLE STABILITY IN BRAKING MANEUVERS, 
Bohyun Yim, George R. Olsson, and Peter G. Fielding, 
Booz, Allen Applied Research, Inc., Washington, D. C; 
Glenn G. Balmer, Bureau of Public Roads , Washington, 
D. C; presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, 
SAE Report No. 700515, 16 pp. 



STEERING DIAGNOSIS- -A STUDY OF DEGRADED COMPONENTS 
AFFECTING IN-USE VEHICLE HANDLING, Clayton Manufacturing 
Company , El Monte, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6629, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, ' 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, December 11, 1969, 114 pp., 
PB 188 057 



STEERING DIAGNOSIS- -A STUDY OF DEGRADED COMPONENTS 
AFFECTING IN-USE VEHICLE HANDLING, APPENDIX, Clayton 
Manufacturing Company . El Monte, Calif., Contract No. 
FH-11-6629, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, December 11, 
1969, 106 pp., PB 188 058 



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A PROGRAM PLAN FOR DEVELOPING SAFE HANDLING STANDARDS 
FOR MOTOR VEHICLES, Fred Dell'Amico, Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. 
FH-11-6529, prepared for Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Federal Highway 
Administration, CAL Report No. VJ-2494-V-1, September 
1967, 170 pp. 

CONTRIBUTION A L'ETUDE DE LA DYNAMIQUE DE L'AUTOMOBILE 
EN FREINAGE (CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF THE DYNAMICS 
OF AUTOMOBILES UNDER BRAKING CONDITIONS), Jean Odier, 
S.A.F. du Ferodo , Saint. Ouen, France, presented at 
the Ninth F.I.S.I.T.A. Congress, 1962; reprint 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers , London, England 
35 pp. 

AUTOMATIC BRAKE PROPORTIONING DEVICES, Giuseppe Puleo, 
Fiat S.p.A. , Turin, Italy; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 298-323; SAE Report No. 700375 



SKID CONTROL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION PROGRESS REPORT 
NO. 1, Kelsey-Hayes Co ., Research & Development Dept., 
Romulus, Mich., Contract No. GS-OOS-60857, prepared for 
General Services Administration, September 1, 1966, 
23 pp. 

SKID-CONTROL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION PROGRESS REPORT 
No. 2, Kelsey-Hayes Co. , Research & Development Dept., 
Romulus, Mich., Contract No. GS-OOS-60857, prepared for 
General Services Administration, October 31, 1966, 7 pp. 



SKID CONTROL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION PROGRESS REPORT 
No. 3, Kelsey Hayes Co. , Research & Development Dept., 
Romulus, Mich., Contract No. GS-OOS-60857, prepared for 
General Services Administration, December 31, 1966, 
12 pp. 

SKID CONTROL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FINAL REPORT, 
Kelsey Haves Co. , Research & Development Dept., Romulus, 
Mich., Contract No. GS-OOS-60857, prepared for General 
Services Administration, July 1-March 15, 1967, 39 pp. 



EVOLUTION OF SURE-TRACK BRAKE SYSTEM, R. H. Madison, 
Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich.; & Hugh E. Riordan 
Kelsey-Hayes Company, Romulus, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690213, 18 pp. 



VACUUM-ELECTRONIC DEVICE PROVIDES REAR-WHEEL ANTILOCKING 
DURING SUDDEN BRAKE APPLICATIONS, R. H. Madison, Ford 
Motor Company, Advanced Chassis Research & Engineering 
Department, Dearborn, Mich.; Hugh E. Riordan, Kelsey- 
Hayes Company , Research Center, Romulus, Mich.; SAE 
Journal, Vol. 77, No. 11, November 1969, pp. 63-68 



VACUUM-ELECTRONIC DEVICE PROVIDES REAR-WHEEL ANTILOCKING 
DURING SUDDEN BRAKE APPLICATIONS, R. H. Madison, Ford 
Motor Company, Advanced Chassis Research & Engineering 
Department, Dearborn, Mich.; Hugh E. Riordan, Kelsey- 
Hayes Company, Research Center, Romulus, Mich.; SAE 
Journal, Vol. 77, No. 11, November 1969, pp. 63-68 



ANTI-LOCK BRAKES, John L. Harned & Laird E. Johnston, 
General Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich., presented at 
General Motors Corporation Automotive Safety Seminar, 
July 11-12, 1968, 25 pp. 



MEASUREMENT OF TIRE BRAKE FORCE CHARACTERISTICS AS 
RELATED TO WHEEL SLIP (ANTILOCK) CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN, 
J. L. Harned, L. E. Johnston & G. Scharpf, General 
Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690214, 17 pp. 



INVESTIGATION OF THE HANDLING OF A VEHICLE WITH 
ANTI-LOCKING DEVICES DURING BRAKING IN A TURN, 
B. S. Falkevich & B. F. Yudakov, Moscow Automechanical 
Institute , Moscow, Russia, Avtom. Prom ., No. 5, May 1968, 
pp. 22-24} translated by A. J. Greening, Motor Industry 
Research Association, Lindley, Warwickshire, England, 
MIRA Translation No. 50/68 



AN ANALYSIS OF AUTOMOBILE ANTISKID BRAKE CONTROL SYSTEMS, 
Susumu Kase, Pennsylvania State University , Department 
of Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report 
No. 14, August 1958, 77 pp. 



CONTROL OF THE VEHICULAR BRAKING PROCESS USING AN OPTI- 
MALIZING TECHNIQUE, Robert M. Vijuk, Pennsylvania State 
University, College of Engineering, Department of 
Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report No. 
9, September 1963, 100 pp. 



ROAD TESTING OF WHEEL SLIP CONTROL SYSTEMS IN THE 
LABORATORY, Edwin E. Stewart & Lauren L. Bowler, 
General Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690215, 9 pp. 



VEHICLE CONTROL AND ROAD HOLDING, Joseph B. Bidwell, 
General Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 192-203; SAE Report No. 700366 

CONTROLLED ROTATION OF BRAKED WHEELS, Gordon W. Yarber & 
Franklin B. Airheart, Hurst/Airheart Products, Inc ., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700113, 4 pp. 



EVOLUTION OF SURE-TRACK BRAKE SYSTEM, R. H. Madison, 
Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich.; & Hugh E. Riordan 
Kelsey-Hayes Company , Romulus, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690213, 18 pp. 



SELF-OPTIMIZING WHEEL BRAKE SYSTEM, D. R. Custer, A. D. 
Brickman, Pennsylvania State University , Department of 
Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report 
No. 24, April 1967, 94 pp. 



A STUDY OF AUTOMATIC BRAKE CONTROL SYSTEMS, R. M. Vijuk, 
Pennsylvania State University , Dept. of Mechanical 
Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report No. 2, 
April 1962, 8 pp., 2 figs. 



THE BEHAVIOUR OF VEHICLES WHEN BRAKING IN EMERGENCIES, 
R. D. Lister, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, England; reprint J. Inst. Auto. 
Assess , Vol. 17, No. 3, 1966, pp. 41-61 



BRAKING FORCE/BRAKING SLIP: MEASUREMENTS OVER A RANGE 
OF CONDITIONS BETWEEN AND 100 PER CENT SLIP, 
K. E. Holmes, Road Research Laboratory , Vehicles 
Section, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 292, 1970, 13 pp., 15 figs. 



A CAR FITTED WITH AN AUTOMATIC BRAKE PUMPING DEVICE, 
B. P. Chinn & H. A. Wilkins, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report 
LR 164, 1968, 13 pp., PB 182 094 



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CRASH STOP--WHICH WAY IS BEST? R. D. Lister & R. N. 
Kemp, Road Research Lab. . Dept. of Scientific & Indus- 
trial Research, Crowthorne, Berks, England; reprint 
The Autocar , December 8, 1961 pp. 962-964 



BLOCKIERVERHINDERER--BREMSKRAFTRECLER (BLOCKIERVER- 
HINDERER--AN ANTISKID DEVICE), Emil Hdrz, Universitat 
Stuttgart , Forschungsinstitut fur Kraft fahrwesen, 
Stuttgart, Germany; VDI-Zeltschrlf t , Bd. Ill, Nr. 15, 
1969, S. 1088/92 



AN INTRODUCTORY DISCUSSION OF THE FACTORS AFFECTING 
CAR HANDLING, I. D. Neilson, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Vehicles Section, Crowthorne, 
England, Report No. LR 133, 1968, 17 pp., 1 fig. 



THE OVERTURNING OF CARS AS A RESULT OF SEVERE BRAKING, 
R. c N. Kemp & I. D. Neilson, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report No. 
LR 103, 1967, 22 pp., 2 figs. 

RETENTION OF DIRECTIONAL CONTROL WHEN BRAKING, R. D. 
Lister, Road Research Lab ., Dept. of Scientific & 
Industrial Research, Langley, England, 16 pp. 



RESUME OF TESTS ON PASSENGER CARS ON WINTER SURFACES 
1939-1966, Gyaneshwar Prased Hajela, University of 
Wisconsin , Madison, Wis., compiled for National Safet; 
Council, Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, Chicago, 
111., 1968, 165 pp. 

FRICTION AND TEMPERATURE STUDIES 

BRAKE LININGS AS RELATED TO BRAKE DRUMS AND BRAKE 
PERFORMANCE, Robert E. Nelson, Abex Corporation , 
American Brakeblok Div., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670502, 5 pp. 



THE SKID-RESISTING PROPERTIES OF LORRY TYRES, 
T. Williams, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Vehicles Section, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 
England, Technical Note TN 314, June 1968, 14 pp., 
24 figs. 

SOME PROBLEMS OF EMERGENCY BRAKING IN ROAD VEHICLES, 
R. D. Lister, Road Research Lab . , Dept. of Scientific 
(x Industrial Research, Langley, England, presented at 
the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Automobile Div. 
Symposium on Control of Vehicles during Braking & Corner- 
ing, London, June 11, 1963, 14 pp. 



ROAD-HOLDING: BRAKING AND TRACTION, Jean Odier, 
Societe Anonyme Francaise Ferodo ; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium, Society 
of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 204-209; SAE Report No. 700367 



1969 PASSENGER-CAR ENGINEERING TRENDS, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc ., New York, N. Y., SP-343; 
SAE Journal, Vol. 76, No. 10, October 1968, pp. 29-60 



SKIDDING OF VEHICLES DUE TO LOCKED WHEELS, W. T. Koiter 
& H. B. Pacejka, Technische Hogeschool , Delft, Holland; 
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
1968-69, Handling of Vehicles Under Emergency Conditions , 
Vol. 183, Part 3H, pp. 3-18 



AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp. , 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Plttman, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 figs. 



A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FOUR ALLOYS FOR AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE 
DRUMS, S. K. Rhee, R. M. Rusnak 6. W. M. Spurgeon, 
Bendix Corporation , Research Labs., Southfleld, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, SAE 
Report No. 690443, 21 pp. 



A COMPARISON BY THERMAL ANALYSIS OF ROTOR ALLOYS FOR 
AUTOMOBILE DISC BRAKES, R. M. Rusnak, H. W. Schwartz & 
W. P. Coleman, Bendix Corporation , Research Laboratories, 
Southfleld, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700137, 10 pp. 



DISC BRAKES, FAVORITE OF EUROPE, ARE ORPHAN CHILD IN 
U. S., R. C. Parker 6. T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo, Ltd., 
Stockport, England; J. L. Wlnge, Bendix Corp . , South 
Bend, Ind.; & A. E. Samson, Ford Motor Co., Ford Div., 
Advanced Chassis Dept., Dearborn, Mich.; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 72, No. 8, 
August 1964, pp. 40-47 



DER EINFLUSS VON BREMSKRAFTREG LERN AUF DIE BREMS- UND 
FUKRUNGSKRAFT EINES GUMMIERTEN FAHRZEUGRADS (THE 
INFLUENCE OF ANTISKID DEVICES ON THE BRAKING AND 
STEERING OF A RUBBER-COVERED ROADWHEEL), Emil Horz, 
Technlschen Hochschule, Stuttgart, Germany, 1968, 118 pp. 

DER ELEKTRONISCHE BREMSREGLER (ELECTRONIC BRAKE 
REGULATING DEVICE), H. Leiber 6. W. D. Limpert, 
Teldlx G.M.B.H. , Heidelberg, Germany, ATZ-Automoblltech- 
nlsche Zeltschrlft , July 1969, 10 pp. 

ANALYSIS OF OPTIMAL VEHICLE BRAKING SYSTEM TO MINIMIZE 
EFFECTS OF SKIDDING, Sydney R. Parker, U. S. Navy, 
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif.; & 
Douglas W. Harold, Jr., Naval Research Laboratory, 
Washington, D. C, presented at the American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers Winter Annual Meeting, 
Los Angeles, Calif., November 16-20, 1969, 15 pp. 



ANFORDERUNGEN AN EINE BREMSKRAFTREGELUNG VON 
PERSONENWAGEN (REQUIREMENTS FOR ANTI-SKID BRAKING 
CONTROL OF PASSENGER CAR TIRES), E. Horz, Universitat 
Stuttgart , Forschungsinstitut fur Kraf tfahrwesen und 
Fahrzeugmotoren, Stuttgart, Germany; ATZ-Automobll- 
technlsche Zeltschrlft, July 1969, 11 pp. 



MECHANISM OF BRAKE FADE IN ORGANIC BRAKE LININGS, 
James M. Herring, Jr., The Budd Co ., Detroit, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 
9-13,1967, SAE Report No. 670146, 6 pp. 



THERMAL ASPECTS OF GALLING OF DRY METALLIC SURFACES 
IN SLIDING CONTACT, Frederick F. Ling, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y. ; & Edward Saibel, 
Carnegie Institute of Technology , Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
reprint Wear, Vol. I, No. 2, October 1957, pp. 80-91 



AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp., 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp . , Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp., Warren, Mich. 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 figs. 



BRAKING OF ROAD VEHICLES, T. P. Newcomb & R. T. Spurr, 
Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 
Publishers, London, England, 1967, 292 pp. 



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COOLING RATES OF BRAKE DRUMS AND DISCS, T. P. Newcomb, 
& N. Millner, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England, paper 
presented at an Ordinary Meeting of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers Automobile Div., Chamber of 
Commerce, Edgbaston, Birmingham, January 18, 1966; 
reprint IME Proceedings, Vol. 180, Part 2A, 1965-66, 
9 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp., 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Co ., Dearborn, Mich.; 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 figs. 



DETERMINATION OF THE AREA OF FRICTION SURFACES OF 
AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES, T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. , 
Stockport, England; reprint The Journal of Mechanical 
Engineering Science , December 1960, Vol. 2, No. 4, 
pp. 312-324 

DISC BRAKES, FAVORITE OF EUROPE, ARE ORPHAN CHILD IN 
U. S., R. C. Parker & T . P. Newcomb, Ferodo, Ltd. , 
Stockport, England; J. L. Winge, Bendix Corp., South 
Bend, Ind.; & A. E. Samson, Ford Motor Co., Ford Div., 
Advanced Chassis Dept., Dearbcrn, Mich.; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 72, No. 8, 
August 1964, pp. 40-47 



DISC BRAKES, FAVORITE OF EUROPE, ARE ORPHAN CHILD IN 
U. S., R. C. Parker & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo, Ltd., 
Stockport, England; J. L. Winge, Bendix Corp., South 
Bend, Ind.; 6. A. E. Samson, Ford Motor Co. , Ford Div., 
Advanced Chassis Dept., Dearborn, Mich.; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 72, No. 8, 
August 1964, pp. 40-47 



MARK II GT SPORTS CAR DISC BRAKE SYSTEM, Joseph J. 
Ihnacik, Jr. & Jerome F. Meek, Ford Motor Company , 
Dearborn, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich. 
January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670070, 32 pp. 



FRICTION MATERIALS FOR ENGINEERS, Ferodo Limited, 
Chapel-en-le-Frith, via Stockport, England, 1968, 79 pp. 



FRICTION SURFACE AREA REQUIRED IN BRAKES, T. P. Newcomb, 
Ferodo Ltd. . Research Division, Stockport, England; 
reprint Engineering , March 22, 1963, 2 pp. 



HEAT DISSIPATION IN BRAKING, Peter Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd ., 
Stockport, England; reprint Automotive Design Engineer - 
ing, April 1963, 7 pp. 



HEAT FLOW RESEARCH— ANALYSIS OF BRAKE DRUM TEMPERATURES 
IN RACING CARS, T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. . Research 
Division, Stockport, England; reprint Engineering , May 
29, 1959, 3 pp. 



THE PERFORMANCE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DISC BRAKE, 
R. C. Parker & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, 
England, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automobile Week, Detroit, Mich., March 30- 
April 3, 1964, SAE Report No. 836A, 23 pp. 



TEMPERATURES REACHED IN BRAKING WHEN THE THERMAL PRO- 
PERTIES OF DRUM OR DISC VARY WITH TEMPERATURE, D.J. 
Evans & T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England; 
reprint Journal Mechanical Engineering Science, 1961, 
Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 315-317 



THERMAL ASPECTS OF VEHICLE BRAKING, T. P. Newcomb, 
Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England; reprint Automobile 
Engineer , July & August 1960, pp. 4-19 



AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE EVALUATION UNDER CUSTOMER USAGE 
CONDITIONS, W. J. Zechel, American Motors Corp., 
Detroit, Mich.; A. L. Turner, Chrysler Corp., Detroit, 
Mich.; R. A. Pittman, Ford Motor Corp., Dearborn, Mich. 
F. M. Coffey, Jr., General Motors Corp ., Warren, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Report No. 
SP-338, 11 pp., 73 figs. 



NEW DEVICES TO ASSIST IN FRICTION MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT, 
Richard A. Muzechuk, General Motors Corp. , Inland 
Mfg., Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670512, 7 pp. 

PREDICTION OF SURFACE TEMPERATURES IN PASSENGER CAR 
DISC BRAKES, Robert N. Noyes & Paul T. Vickers, 
General Motors Corporation , Research Labs., Warren, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, 
SAE Report No. 690457, 6 pp. 



HOW ARE PERFORMANCE AND FADE INFLUENCED BY BRAKE DRUM 
WEIGHT, J. A. Main & F. J. Weber, Kelsey-Hayes Co. , 
Romulus, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers National Automobile Week, Detroit, Mich., 
March 12-16, 1962, SAE Report No. 488B, 5 pp. 



TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS IN DISC BRAKES, S. A. Abbas, 
Lanchester College of Technology , Coventry, England; 
N. J. Cubitt, University of Technology, Loughborough, 
England; & C. J. Hooke, University of Birmingham, 
Edgbaston, England; Proceedings of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 184, Part 2A, 1969-70, 6 pp. 



THERMAL STRESS BEHAVIOUR IN BRAKE DRUMS, T. P. Newcomb, 
Ferodo Ltd. . Research Division, Stockport, England; 
reprint Engineering , March 11, 1960, 3 pp. 



TRANSIENT TEMPERATURES ATTAINED IN DISK BRAKES, T. P. 
Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd ., Stockport, England; reprint British 
Journal of Applied Physics , July 1959, Vol. 10, pp. 339- 
340 

TRANSIENT TEMPERATURES IN BRAKE DRUMS AND LININGS, 
T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. , Research Division, Stockport, 
England; reprint Proceedings Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers , 1958-59, No. 7, pp. 227-244 



WORK DONE BY BRAKES, T. P. Newcomb, Ferodo Ltd. . Research 
Division, Stockport, England; reprint Automobile 
Engineer , March 1964, 3 pp. 



FRICTION MATERIAL, Kirk Othmer; Clyde S. Batchelor 
Manhattan-Raybestos, Inc ., Raybestos Div., Manheim, 
Pa.; John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Interscience Div., New 
York, N. Y., Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 
2nd Edition, Vol. 10, pp. 124-134 

BRAKE FADE--A BRAKE LINING TESTING MACHINE, AND SOME 
PRELIMINARY RESULTS, Motor Industry Research Association , 
Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, Report 
No. 1951/10, 10 pp., 1 fig. 



FRICTION, WEAR, AND THE INFLUENCE OF SURFACES, 
Edmond E. Bis son, National Aeronautics & Space 
Administration , Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, 
Ohio, presented at American Society of Tool & 
Manufacturing Engineers Sympoisum on Surface Integrity, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., January 24-25, 1968, NASA Report 
No. TM X-52380, 12 pp., 21 figs., N68-13637 



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ON KINETIC FRICTION BETWEEN UNLUBRICATED METALLIC 
SURFACES, F. F. Ling & Edward Saibel, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute , Troy, N. Y.; reprint Wear , 
Vol. 1, No. 3, December 1957, pp. 167-172 

THERMAL ASPECTS OF GALLING OF DRY METALLIC SURFACES 
IN SLIDING CONTACT, Frederick F. Ling, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute , Troy, N. Y.; & Edward Saibel, 
Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
reprint W»r. Vol. I, No. 2, October 1957, pp. 80-91 

TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS IN DISC BRAKES, S. A. Abbas, 
Lanchester College of Technology, Coventry, England) 
N. J. Cubitt, University of Technology, Loughborough, 
England; & C. J. Hooke, University of Birmingham , 
Edgbaston, England; Proceedings of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 184, Part 2A, 1969-70, 6 pp. 



TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS IN DISC BRAKES, S. A. Abbas, 
Lanchester College of Technology, Coventry, England; 
N. J. Cubitt, University of Technology , Loughborough, 
England; & C. J. Hooke, University of Birmingham, 
Edgbaston, England; Proceedings of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 184, Part 2A, 1969-70, 6 pp. 



BRAKES AND BRAKE LINING CHARACTERISTICS, J. G. Oetzel, 
Warner Electric Brake Manufacturing Company ! Society of 
Automotive Engineers Quarterly Transactions , Vol. 4, 
No. 2, April 1950, pp. 217-231 



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2 - CAR OCCUPANT PROTECTION 



AUTOMOBILE CRASH INJURIES 

DEVELOPMENT OF A MEDICALLY ACCEPTABLE INJURY SCALE, 
Harold A. Fenner, Jr., American Medical Association , 
Committee on Medical Aspects of Automobile Safety, 
Hobbs, New Mexico; Proceeding: of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 632-646, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



AUTOPSY FINDINGS IN 127 PATIENTS FOLLOWING FATAL 
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, John F. Perry, Jr., & R. James 
McClellan, Ancker Hospital , Departments of Surgery & 
Pathology, St. Paul, Minn.; Surgery, Gynecology & 
Obstetrics, Vol. 119, September 1964, pp. 586-590 



AUTOMOBILE SIDE IMPACTS AND RELATED INJURIES, 

Mordecal Friedberg, John W. Garrett & Jaakko K. Kihlberg, 

Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation 

Research Dept., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-7098, 

prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 

National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 

CAL Report No. VJ-2721-R8, December 1969, 82 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE CRASH INJURY RESEARCH, John W. Garrett, 
Richard C. Braisted, Mary Ann Bouchard, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation Research 
Dept., Accident Research Branch, Buffalo, N. Y.; 
Proceedings of the Collision Investigation Methodology 
Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 348-390, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CAR CRASH INJURIES BY SEATING POSITION AND MILES 
TRAVELLED, L. A. Foldvary, Australian Road Research 
BoArd : J. C. Lane, Department of Civil Aviation, 
Australia; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual 
Conference of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, October 16 & 17 1969, pp. 17-72, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



CAUSES OF IMPACT INJURY IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, 
Robert A. Wolf, Cornell University , Automotive Crash 
Injury Research, Buffalo, N. Y.; Impact Acceleration 
Stress--A Symposium, National Academy of Sciences- 
National Research Council, Washington, D. C., 
Publication 977, 1962, pp. 45-59 



MEDICO-ENGINEERING RESEARCH PR0GRAM--A REPORT ON 15 
VEHICLE CRASHES, John R. Finch, James P. Smith 6. 
Ardis W. White, Baylor University, College of Medicine, 
Houston, Texas, Contract No. FH-11-6798, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1969, 425 pp. 



DRIVER AND HIS RIGHT FRONT PASSENGER IN AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS, Jaakko K. Kihlberg, Cornell University , 
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y.; 
Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 20-21, 1965, pp. 335-354, Nolte Center for 
Continuing Education, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



MEDICO-ENGINEERING TRAINING PROGRAM— FINAL REPORT 1968, 
Stuart L. Brown, Baylor University , College of Medicine, 
Houston, Texas, Contract No. FH-11-6798, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 273 pp. 



EFFICACY OF SEAT BELTS IN INJURY AND NONINJURY CRASHES, 
IN RURAL UTAH, Jaakko K. Kihlberg, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc. , Transporation Research Department, 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-7098, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. 
VJ-2721-R3, May 1969, 43 pp., PB 191170 



THE CAUSES AND THE PREVENTION OF CAR OCCUPANT NECK 
INJURIES, William Gissane, Birmingham Accident 
Hospital, Road Injuries Research Group, England; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 216-218, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



A FIRST LOOK- -DIFFERENCES IN INJURIES IN 1968 AND 
PRE- 1968 AUTOMOBILES, John W. Garrett, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Automotive Crash Injury 
Research, Buffalo, N. Y., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers West Coast Meeting, San Francisco 
Calif., August 12-15, 1968, SAE Report 680542, 29 pp. 



THE NATURE AND CAUSATION OF FATAL ROAD INJURIES TO 
CAR OCCUPANTS ON VARIOUS TYPES OF BRITISH ROADS, 
William Gissane & John Bull, Birmingham Accident 
Hospital , Road Injuries Research Group, Birmingham, 
England, The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 443-455, 
Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



FLEXION-TORSION NECK INJURY IN REAR IMPACTS, 
Jaakko K. Kihlberg, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. 
Buffalo, N. Y.; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual 
Conference of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 2-16, University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



PATHOLOGIST'S SUB-LETHAL DETERMINATIONS, Michael A. 
Luongo, Boston University , Department of Law & Medicine, 
Boston, Mass.; Proceedings of the Collision Investigation 
Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 324-344, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



HEAD INJURY IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS RELATED TO SEATED 
POSITION AND AGE,. Jaakko K. Kihlberg 6. Henry K. Gensler, 
Cornell University . Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., 
Buffalo, N. Y., Report No. VJ-1823-R26, July 1967, 73 pp. 



THE PADDED DASH SYNDROME: BLUNT TRAUMA TO THE LARYNX 
AND TRACHEA, R. Melvln Butler 6. Fritz H. Moser, 
Pomona, Calif.; reprint Laryngoscope , Vol. 78, July 
1968, pp. 1172-1182 



MULTIPLICITY OF INJURY IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, 

Jaakko K. Kihlberg, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. 

Transportation Research Department, Buffalo, N. Y.; 

Impact Injury and Crash Protection , publisher 

Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 5-24 



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OCCUPANT INJURY TABULATIONS-- AUTOMOTIVE CRASH INJURY 
RESEARCH, Cornell University. Cornell Aeronautical Lab. 
Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., prepared for U. S. Public Health 
Service, National Center for Urban & Industrial Health, 
& Automobile Manufacturers Assn., CAL Report No. VJ- 
1823-R-27, September 1967, 31 pp. 



PRELIMINARY RANKING OF INJURY CAUSES IN AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS, Seymour Schwimmer 6< Robert A. Wolf, Cornell 
University , Automotive Crash Injury Research, New York, 
N. Y.j The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & Field 
Demonstration Conference, September 14-16, 1961, 
pp. 6-19, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



A REVIEW OF ACIR FINDINGS, B. J. Campbell, Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., Automotive Crash Injury 
Research, Buffalo, N. Y.; 8th Stapp Car Crash & Field 
Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 
3-11, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



A STUDY OF OCCUPANT INJURY AND GLASS DAMAGE ASboCIATED 
WITH THE HIGH PENETRATION RESISTANT WINDSHIELD, 
Ronald I. Herman & John W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation Research Department, 
Accident Research Branch, Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. 
P. 0. No. A25494-10, prepared for Corning Glass Works, 
Corning, N. Y., CAL Report No. VJ-2928-V1, July 1970, 
88 pp. 



A STUDY OF SPEED IN INJURY- PRODUCING ACCIDENTS: A 
PRELIMINARY REPORT, John 0. Moore, Cornell University , 
Automotive Crash Injury Research, Buffalo, N. Y. ; 
reprint American Journal of Public Health , Vol. 48, 
No. 11, November 1958, pp. 1516-1525 



A STUDY OF VOLKSWAGEN ACCIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES, 
John W. Garrett & Arthur Stern, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc ., Automotive Crash Injury Research, 
Buffalo, N. Y., prepared for Volkswagen of America, Inc., 
CAL Report No. VJ-1823-R32, November 1968, 112 pp. 



TRUCKS IN RURAL INJURY PRODUCING AND PROPERTY DAMAGE 
UTAH ACCIDENTS, William E. Schotz 6. Shirley J. Robinson, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory. Inc .. Buffalo, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH- 11-7098, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. VJ-2721-R9, December 
1969, 102 pp. 



VEHICLE SPEED AND RURAL AUTOMOTIVE CRASH INJURY, PART I: 
ESTIMATED TRAVELING SPEED AND FATALITIES, Robert A. 
Wolf, John W. Garrett, Jaakko K. Kihlberg, Raymond R. 
McHenry, Richard P. Mayor, & Arthur Stern, Cornell 
Aeronau tical Laboratory, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-7098, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, Wash., 
D. C, CAL Report No. VJ-2721-R-1, January 1969, 41 pp. 



VEHICLE SPEED AND RURAL AUTOMOTIVE CRASH INJURY, PART II" 
ESTIMATED TRAVELING SPEED AND INJURIES IN SINGLE VEHICLE 
FRONTAL CRASHES, Roger Fargo, John W. Garrett & Jaakko 
K. Kihlberg, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. , 
Transportation Research Dept., Buffalo, N. Y , Contract 
No. FH-11-7098, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Wash., D. C, & Automobile 
Manufacturers Association, Inc., Wash., D. C., CAL 
Report No. VJ-2721-R7, October 1969, 46 pp. 



WINDSHIELD GLAZING AS AN INJURY FACTOR IN AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS, Roger B. Fargo, Cornell Aeronautical Lab ., 
Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. UI--00053, prepared 
for National Center for Urban & Industrial Health, 
Public Health Service, U. S. Department of Health, 
Education, & Welfare, Cincinnati, Ohio; & Automobile 
Manufacturers Association, Inc., Detroit, Mich., CAL 
Report No. VJ-1823-R25, October 1968, 80 pp. 



MECHANISMS OF INJURIES TO UNRESTRAINED DRIVERS IN 
HEAD-ON COLLISIONS, Gerhard E. Voigt, University of Lund, 
Dept. of Forensic Medicine, Sweden; & Karl Wilfert, 
Daimler-Benz AG , Passenger Car Body Dev., Germany; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 295-313, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CAR CRASH INJURIES BY SEATING POSITION AND MILES 
TRAVELLED, L. A. Foldvary, Australian Road Research 
Board; J. C. Lane, Department of Civil Aviation , 
Australia; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual 
Conference of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 17-72, University ol 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



FRACTURES OF THE SPINE CAUSED BY AUTOMOBILE INJURIES: 
RELATIVE INCIDENCE AND TYPES, Zigmund Kosicki, El Paso 
Orthopedic Surgery Group , El Paso, Texas; Proceedings 
ot the Sixth Stapp Car Crash and Field Demonstration 
Conference, November 7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 68-72, 
University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



TRUCK ACCIDENT STUDY— REPORT OF PROCEDURES AND 
FINDINGS, Ernst & Ernst, Management Services Division, 
Cleveland, Ohio, prepared for Automobile Manufacturers 
Association, Inc., Detroit, Mich., August 1968, 117 pp. 



EXPERIMENTAL SAFETY CARS STUDY—FINAL REPORT PHASE I— 
VOLUME I, Falrchlld-HlUer, Republic Aviation Div., 
Farmingdale, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6820, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Report No. 
FUR 3653-1, August 26, 1968, 303 pp. 



FIELD STUDIES OF ROLLOVER PERFORMANCE, G. M. Mackay, 
University of Birmingham, Department of Transportation & 
Environmental Planning, Birmingham, England; & I. D. 
Tampen, Ford Motor Company , Vehicle Safety Research, 
England; 1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 969-977; SAE Report No. 700417 



MULTIDISCIPLINARY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS, Paul H. 
Wright, Georgia Institute of Technology , School of Civil 
Engineering, Atlanta, Ga., Contract No. FH-U-7400, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
GIT Report No. CE-PW-F04, August 1970, 63 pp. 



A STUDY OF SEVERE VEHICULAR ACCIDENTS-PHASE I: 
MEDICO-ENGINEERING TRAINING PROGRAM, Fleming L. 
Jolley & Paul H. Wright, Georgia Institute of 
Technology, School of Civil Engineering, Atlanta, Ga., 
contract No. FH-11-6797, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Final Report, Project B-605, June 
1968, 117 pp., pb' i-82 262 



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TRAUMATIC RUPTURE OF THE AORTA, I. E. Langbein & P. W. 
T. Brandt, Green Lane Hospital , Auckland, New Zealand; 
reprint Australian Radiology , Vol. 12, May 1968, 
pp. 102-108 



WHIPLASH INJURIES OF THE NECK, Ian MacNab ; Paper 
Presented at the Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Rochester, Minn., October 22 & 
23, 1965, pp. 11-15 



THE ANATOMY OF DEATH BY DRTVING--A CASE REPORT, 
Alfred L. Moseley, Murray Burnstine, Murray D. Segal, 
James C. Tunny, Jr., J. Vincent DiRago & Ellen B. 
Moseley, Harvard Medical School , Department of Legal 
Medicine, Boston, Mass.; Proceedings of the Sixth 
Stapp Car Crash and Field Demonstration Conference, 
November 7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 84-133, University 
Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



ROENTGENOGRAPHS FINDINGS IN EXTRACARDIAC INJURY 
SECONDARY TO BLUNT CHEST AUTOMOBILE TRAUMA, T. A. Freed, 
National Institutes of Health, Dept. of Diagnostic 
Radiology, Clinical Center, Bethesda, Md.; M. P. Neal, 
Jr., 6. Melvln Vinik, Medical College of Virginia , Dept. 
of Radiology, Richmond Va.; American Journal of 
Roentgenology, Radium Therapy & Nuclear Medicine , Vol. 
104, No. 2, October 1968, pp. 424-432 



INJURIES IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, G. Anthony Ryan, Harvard 
School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts; reprint 
New England Journal of Medicine , May 11, 1967, Vol. 276 
pp. 1066-1076 



INJURIES IN URBAN AND RURAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS: A 
COMPARISON OF TWO STUDIES, G. Anthony Ryan, Harvard 
University , School of Public Health, Boston, Mass.; 
11th Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, October 
10-11, 1967, pp. 309-316, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



COMPARISONS OF CAR CRASHES IN THREE COUNTRIES, 
G. Anthony Ryan, Monash University , Medical School, 
Dept. of Social & Preventive Medicine, Victoria, 
Australia; & G. Murray Mackay, University of Birmingham, 
Dept. of Transportation & Environmental Planning, 
Birmingham, England; Proceedings of the Thirteenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 336- 
352, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



SIGNIFICANT TRENDS IN HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH ON MOTOR 
VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, Ross A. McFarland, Harvard University, 
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 1-17, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CERVICAL SPINE INJURIES, Tonu M. Klesel, Roger L. 
Frerichs & Edward L. Seljeskog, Hennepin County 
General Hospital , Minneapolis, Minn.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 73- 
81, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



SPLENECTOMY FOLLOWING ABDOMINAL TRAUMA, Robert C. 
Andersen, Dean B. Pratt & Claude R. Hitchcock, 
Hennepin County General Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, October 16 
and 17, 1969, pp. 301-311, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



WHIPLASH INJURIES, John J. Dowllng, Jefferson Medical 
School , Clinical Orthopedics; American Association of 
Industrial Nurses Journal , Vol. 12, May 1964, pp. 12- 
15 «. 34-35 



SUBMERGED VEHICLE SURVIVAL, Bernard J. Kuhn; Paper 
presented at the Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Rochester, Minn., October 22 
& 23, 1965, pp. 118-126 



THE PADDED DASH SYNDROME: BLUNT TRAUMA TO THE LARYNX 
AND TRACHEA, R. Melvln Butler 6. Fritz H. Moser , 
Pomona, Calif.; reprint Laryngoscope , Vol. 78, July 
1968, pp. 1172-1182 



DYNAMIC INJURIES, J. T. Muller; Paper Given at the 
Annual Meeting of the American Association for 
Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, Alacogordo, 
New Mexico, November 10 6. 11, 1966, pp. 135-140 



ROENTGEN OGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN EXTRACARDIAC INJURY 
SECONDARY TO BLUNT CHEST AUTOMOBILE TRAUMA, T. A. Freed, 
National Institutes of Health , Dept. of Diagnostic 
Radiology, Clinical Center, Bethesda, Md.; M. P. Neal, 
Jr., & Melvln Vinik, Medical College of Virginia, Dept. 
of Radiology, Richmond Va.; American Journal of 
Roentgenology, Radium Therapy & Nuclear Medicine , Vol. 
104, No. 2, October 1968, pp. 424-432 



COMPACT CAR ACCIDENT STUDY, GARDEN STATE PARKWAY: 
JANUARY 1968 - JUNE 1969, Robert A. Nelson, New Jersey 
Highway Authority, Garden State Parkway, Woodbr:dge, 
N. J., November 7, 1969, 26 pp. 



ETUDE DETAILLEE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA R0UTE--III. LES 
VICTIMES (DETAILED STUDIES OF HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS--III. 
THE VICTIMS), P. Duflot & F. Hoffmann, Organisme 
National de Securite Routlere , Arcuell (Seine), France, 
Bulletin No. 10, May 1964, 19 pp. 



INTERCONNECTED MOTORIST INJURIES OF THE HIP, FEMORAL 
SHAFT AND KNEE, Jacob Kulowski , Saint Joseph. Missouri; 
The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 105-124, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



A COMPLETE DISCUSSION OF THE PHYSICIAN'S RESPONSI- 
BILITY IN THE CONTROL OF THE EPIDEMIC OF BODILY 
INJURIES FROM THE AUTOMOBILE IN AMERICA, Seymour 
Charles & Arnold Constad, Physicians for Automotive 
Safety, Springfield, N. J.; Proceedings of the Second 
Congress of the International Association for Accident 
& Traffic Medicine—Volume II, Stockholm, Sweden, 
August 9-12, 1966, pp. 59-66 



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AN ANALYSIS OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SES'ICE IN FATAL AND 
NON-FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE INJURIES IN SAN FRANCISCO, 
Barry Griffith King, Gertrud Weiss & Ellis D. Sox, 
Public Health Service , Environmental Control 
Administration, Injury Control Program, U. S. Department 
of Health, Education & Welfare, Arlington, Va.; 
Pre-Crash Factors In Traffic Safety , 12th Annual 
Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 117-139, American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



NECK INJURY TO WOMEN IN AUTO ACCIDENTS--A METROPOLITAN 
PLAGUE, Charles H. Schutt, Radio Corporation of America, 
Health Services, Woodbridge, N. J.; F. Curtis Dohan, 
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.; Journal 
of the American Medical Association , Vol. 206, No. 12, 
December 16, 1968, pp. 2689-92 



MECHANISMS OF SERIOUS LOWER LIMB INJURIES TO MOTCR 
VEHICLE OCCUPANTS, E. Grattan & J. A. Hobbs, Road 
Research Laboratory, Ministry of Transport, Crowthome, 
Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 201, 1968, 77 pp., 
PB 182 810 



EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE AND TRAFFIC FATALITIES, H. H. 
Mitchell, The Rand Corporation , Santa Monica, Calif., 
Contract No. FH-11-6698, prepared for National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Federal Highway Administration, 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C., 
Memorandum RM-5637-DOT, April 1968, 30 pp. 



MODERATE AUTO INJURIES: THE ROLE OF REFLEXES IN 
PATHOGENESIS AND SYMPTOMATOLOGY, Samuel M. Reichel , 
Minneapolis, Minnesota; Paper Given at the Annual 
Meeting of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, 
New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 121-125 



ACCIDENT AND INJURY INVESTIGATIONS BY THE ROAD RESEARCH 
LABORATORY, H. J. H. Starks, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 
Proceedings of the Conference on Vehicle Crash & Injury 
Prevention, July 11 (x 12, 1966, pp. 77-82, Society of 
Motor Manufacturers & Traders, Ltd., London, England 



DETERMINATION OF INJURY THRESHOLD LEVELS OF CAR 
OCCUPANTS INVOLVED IN ROAD ACCIDENTS, R. D. Lister & 
J. G. Wall, Road Research laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 818-833; SA£ Report No. 700402 



EJECTION IN CAR ACCIDENTS, M. M. Miller 6. H. J. H. 
Starks, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 190, 
1968, 32 pp., PB 182 949 



PROTECTION OF CAR OCCUPANTS AGAINST SIDE IMPACTS, R. D. 
Lister 6. I . D . Neilson, Road Research Laboratory , 
Crowthorr.e, England; Proceedings of the Thirteenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 38- 
60, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



FACIAL INJURIES FROM AUTOMOBILE CRASHES: A SURVEY OF 
400 CONSECUTIVE CASES, Richard C. Schultz ; Paper Given 
at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for 
Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, 
New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 126-134 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-196' 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 



A MEDICAL ENGINEERING ANALYSIS OF SEVERE VEHICULAR 
ACCIDENTS OCCURRING IN THE GREATER NEW ORLEANS AREA, 
Jack K. Wickstrom & John L. Martinez, Tulane University , 
New Orleans, La., Contract No. FH-11-6794, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Report No. 2, July 
1969, 184 pp. 



SERIOUS EYE INJURIES PRODUCED BY WINDSHIELD DAMAGE--AN 
ACTUAL PROBLEM IN OPHTHALMOLOGY, K. Muller- Jensen & 
W. Hollweck, Universicgt Munchen , Augenklinik, Munchen, 
Germany; Proceedings of the Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 17-18, 1970, pp. 388-396, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



EYE AND EYELID INJURIES FROM WINDSHIELDS AND MEANS TO 
PREVENT THEM, G. Holland, University Eye Clinic, 
Diisseldorf, Germany; 1970 International Automobile 
Safety Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive 
Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 1187-1194; 
SAE Report No. 700431 



INJURIES PRODUCED BY MOTOR-CAR WINDSCREENS, J. A. Hobbs, 
R. E. Allsop & H. J. H. Starks, Road Research Lab. , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
Report No. LR 152, 1968, 38 pp. 



INJURIES TO THE HIP JOINT IN VEHICLE OCCUPANTS, 
E. Grattan & J. A. Hobbs, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report 
No. LR 126, 1967, 31 pp., 12 figs. 



MECHANISMS OF INJURY TO MOTOR VEHICLE 0CCUPANTS--A 
PRELIMINARY STUDY, E. Grattan, J. A. Hobbs & A. East, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 109, 1967, 12 pp., 
6 figs. 



COMPARISONS OF CAR CRASHES IN THREE COUNTRIES, 
G. Anthony Ry Q n, Monash University, Medical School, 
Dept. of Social & Preventive Medicine, victoria, 
Australia; & G. Murray Mackay, University of Birmingham, 
Dept. of Transportation 6. Environmental Planning, 
Birmingham, England; Proceedings of the Thirteenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 336- 
352, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



FIELD STUDIES OF ROLLOVER PERFORMANCE, G. M. Mackay, 
University of Birmingham, Department of Transportation & 
Environmental Planning, Birmingham, England; & I. D. 
Tampen, Ford Motor Company, Vehicle Safety Research, 
England; 1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 969-977; SAE Report No. 700417 



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INJURY AND COLLISION SEVERITY, G. Murray Mackay, 
University of Birmingham , Department of Transportation, 
Birmingham, England: Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 207-219, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Sew York, N. Y. 



ENGINEERING STUDIES OF MOTORIST INJURY EXPOSURES FROM 
REAR-END COLLISIONS, Derwyn Severy, University of 
California , Institute of Transportation & Traffic 
Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; Traffic Safety a 
National Problem. Eno Foundation for Highway Traffi' 
Control, Saugatuck, Conn., 19o7, pp. 91-117 



SOME ASPECTS OF TRAFFIC LNJURY IN URBAN ROAD ACCIDENTS, 
G. Murray Mackay & C . P. de Fonseka, University of 
Birmingham , Dept. of Transportation (x Environmental 
Planning, Birmingham, England; 11th Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 70-78, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



INJURIES TO CHILDREN IN AUTOMOBILE COLLISIONS, Arnold 
W. Slegel, Alan M. Nahura & Michael R. Appleby, 
University of California , School of Medicine, Los 
Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 1-46, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



TEMPERED VERSUS HPR LAMINATED WINDSHIELDS: A 
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF UNITED KINGDOM AND UNITED STATES 
COLLISIONS, G. M. Mackay, University of Birmingham , 
Department of Transportation & Environmental Planning, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham, England; & A. W. Slegel & 
P. V. Hight, University of California, Trauma Research 
Group, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 
1970, pp. 369-387, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



THE ACCIDENT AND THE INJURIES, Alan M. Nahum, University 
of California , Center for the Health Sciences, 
Vehicular Trauma Research Group, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
Traffic Safety a National Problem , Eno Foundation for 
Highway Traffic Control, Saugatuck, Conn., 1967, pp. 118- 
146 



AUTOMOTIVE CARDIO-THORACIC INJURIES: A MEDICAL- 
ENGINEERING ANALYSIS, Irving I. Lasky, Arnold W. 
Slegel & Alan M. Nahum, University of California , 
School of Medicine, Los Angeles, Calif., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 
1968, SAE Report No. 680052, 23 pp. 



CASE STUDY INVESTIGATION OF HUMAN INJURY PATTERNS AND 
THE RELATION TO VEHICULAR DESIGN, Alan M. Nahum & 
Timothy Canty, University of California , Center for 
the Health Sciences, Los Angeles, Calif.; The Seventh 
Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 
1963, pp. 519-525, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, 111. 



CAUSES OF SIGNIFICANT INJURIES IN NONFATAL TRAFFIC 
ACCIDENTS, Alan M. Nahum, Arnold W. Siege 1 & Stanford 
B. Trachtenberg, University of California, School of 
Medicine, Dept. of Surgery/Head & Neck, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 295-313, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



LNJURIES TO REAR SEAT OCCUPANTS IN AUTOMOBILE 
COLLISIONS, Alan M. Nahum, Arnold W. Slegel & Philip 
V. Hlght, University of California , School of Medicine 
Dept. of Surgery, Vehicle Trauma Research Group, 
Los Angeles, Calif.; 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 159-174, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



INJURY IN NON-FATAL ACCIDENTS, Alan M. Nahum, Arnold 
W. Siegel & Seward E. Miller, University of California , 
Los Angeles, Calif.; 8th Stapp Car Crash 6. Field 
Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, 
pp. 12-31, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



THE REDUCTION OF COLLISION INJURIES: PAST, PRESENT, 
AND FUTURE, Alan M. Nahum, Arnold W. Siegel & 
Samuel Brooks, University of California , Trauma Research 
Group, Los Angeles, Calif., Proceedings of the 
Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 
1970, pp. 1-43, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



TEMPERED VERSUS HPR LAMINATED WINDSHIELDS: A 
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF UNITED KINGDOM AND UNITED STATES 
COLLISIONS, G. M. Mackay, University of Birmingham, 
Department of Transportation 4> Environmental Planning, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham, England; & A. W. Siegel & 
P. V. Hight, University of California , Trauma Research 
Group, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 
1970, pp. 369-387, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



THE VEHICLE DEFORMATION INDEX: A REPORT FROM THE 
INTERNATIONAL AD HOC COMMITTEE FOR COLLISION DEFORMATION 
AND TRAUMA INDICES, Arnold W. Siegel, University of 
California , Trauma Research Group, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
Proceedings of the Collision Investigation Methodology 
Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 654-672, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ROAD ACCIDENTS, Eberhard Gogler, University of 
Heidelberg, Surgical Clinic, Heidelberg, Germany, 
Documenta Geigy, Series Chirurgica Geigy No. 5, 1962, 
176 pp. 



DECLINE IN AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION INJURIES: A TEN YEAR 
COMPARISON OF CLINICAL CASES, Arnold W. Siegel, Dale E. 
Runge, & Alan M. Nahum, University of California , School 
of Medicine, Trauma Research Group, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, October 
16 & 17, 1969, pp. 185-195, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



UPPER THIRD OF THE FACE FRACTURES FROM VEHICLE ACCIDENTS 
Richard C. Schultz, University of Illinois , College 
of Medicine, Division of Plastic Surgery, Chicago, 111.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, October 
16 & 17, 1969, pp. 110-130, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



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MECHANISMS OF INJURIES TO UNRESTRAINED DRIVERS IN 
HEAD-ON COLLISIONS, Gerhard E. Volgt, University of Lund, 
Dept. of Forensic Medicine, Sweden; £■ Karl Wilfert, 
Daimler-Benz AG, Passenger Car Body Dev., Germany; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 295-313, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS OF THE PERFORMANCE CHARAC- 
TERISTICS OF ENERGY ABSORBING STEERING COLUMNS, 
Donald F. Huelke & William A. Chewning, University of 
Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690184, 15 pp. 



AUTOMOBILE OCCUPANT EJECTION THROUGH THE SIDE DOOR 
GLASS, D. F. Huelke, & Harold W. Sherman, University of 
Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 
710076, 10 pp. 



FACIAL INJURIES IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, Donald F. 
Huelke, W. C. Grabb, & R. 0. Dingman, University o_f 
Klckiga.iv, Ann Arbor, Michigan; reprint American Asso- 
ciation for Automotive Medicine , October 26 and 27, 
1964, 3 pp. 



HOW DO THEY DIE? MEDICAL-ENGINEERING DATA FROM 0N- 
SCENE INVESTIGATIONS CF FATAL AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, 
Donald F. Huelke & Paul W. Gikas, University of 
Michigan , Ann Arbor, Michigan; reprint Society of 
Automotive Engineers Transactions, 1966, Vol. 74, 
pp. 212-216 



INJURIES AND DEATHS FROM WINDSHIELD AND INSTRUMENT 
PANEL IMPACTS, D. F. Huelke, W. C. Grabb, & P. W. 
Gikas, University of Michigan, Departments of Anatomy, 
Surgery & Pathology, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 8th Stapp Car 
Crash & Field Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 
1964, pp. 167-184, Wayne State University Press, 
Detroit, Mich. 



AUTOMOBILE OCCUPANT INJURIES FROM STRIKING THE WIND- 
SHIELD, Donald F. Huelke, William C. Grabb & Reed 0. 
Dingman, U niversity of Michigan, Highway Safety Reseaich 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., 79 pp. 



INVESTIGATION OF FATAL AND NON-FATAL AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS, Donald Huelke, University of Michigan , 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of the Conference on 
Vehicle Crash and Injury Prevention, July 11 & 12, 1966, 
pp. 9-15, Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, 
Ltd., London, England 



CAN THE EFFECT OF CHANGES IN VEHICLE DESIGN BE SEEN IN 
MASS ACCIDENT DATA? James 0'Day & Jay S. Creswell, Jr., 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., HIT Lab Reports, February 
1971, pp. 1-9 



METHODOLOGY OF INJURY CAUSATION INVESTIGATION, Donald F. 
Huelke & Harold W. Sherman, University of Michigan , 
Department of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of 
the Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, 
August 24-28, 1969, pp. 276-285, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CAUSES OF DEATHS IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, Donald F. 
Huelke & Paul W. Gikas, University of Michigan , 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; reprint The Journal of The American 
Medical Association , Vol. 203, No. 13, March 25, 1968, 
pp. 1100-1107 



PATHOGENESIS OF FATAL INJURIES IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, 
Paul W. Gikas & Donald F. Huelke, University of 
Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine--Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 183-184 



EJECTI0N--THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS, D. F. Huelke & P. W. Gikas, University of 
Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., & Veterans Administration 
Hospital; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 260-294, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



PATHOGENESIS OF FATAL INJURIES TO REAR SEAT OCCUPANTS 
OF AUTOMOBILES, Paul W. Gikas & Donald F. Huelke, 
University of Michigan , Medical School, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 355-361, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of Minn., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE ENERGY-ABSORBING STEERING COLUMN--A STUDY OF 
COLLISION PERFORMANCE IN FATAL AND NONFATAL ACCIDENTS, 
Donald F. Huelke & William A. Chewning, University of 
Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., Report No. Bio-7, 1968, 55 pp. 



EXTREMITY INJURIES PRODUCED IN MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS, 
Donald F. Huelke, University of Michigan , Highway 
Safety Research Institute, Department of Anatomy, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; The Journal of Trauma , Vol. 10, No. 3, 
1970, pp. 189-200 



PATTERNS OF INJURY IN FATAL AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS-- 
A REVIEW OF 235 AUTOPSIES, Donald F. Huelke, Paul W. 
Gikas & Robert C. Hendrix, University of Michigan, 
Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich; Proceedings of the 
Sixth Stapp Car Crash and Field Demonstration 
Conference, November 7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 44-58, 
University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



THE SECOND COLLISION, Donald F. Huelke, University of 
Michigan, East Lansing, Mich.; reprint Traffic Safety 
Magazine, 5 pp. 



FACIAL INJURIES DUE TO WINDSHIELD IMPACTS IN AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS, Donald F. Huelke, William C. Grabb, 6. Reed 
0. Dingman, UiLi.Y£Xslty_oi_ Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 
reprint Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery , 1966, Vol. 
37, No. 4, pp. 324-333 



THE TREATMENT OF HIGHWAY INJURY--AN INTERNATIONAL 
BIBLIOGRAPHY, Eric G. Hanitzsch, University of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., 
1969, 154 pp. 



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ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAMS IN WHIPLASH INJURY, Fernando 
Torres & Sidney K. Shapiro, University of Minnesota , 
Div. of Neurology, Minneapolis, Minn.; Archives of 
Neurology , Vol. 5, July 1961, pp. 40-47 



FIELD EXPERIENCE AND EVALUATION OF TAD PROJECT "VEHICLE 
DAMAGE RATING SCALE", William S. Rouse & Francis Gendre, 
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 215-236, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



EJECTION--THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS, D. F. Huelke & P. W. Gikas, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., & Veterans Administration 
Hospital ; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 260-294, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



AUTOMOBILE CRASH INJURIES, Preston A. Wade , New York, 
N. Y.; reprint The American Surgeon , Vol. 34, No. 4, 
April 1968, pp. 243-251 



THE TRAFFIC ACCIDENT DATA PROJECT SCALE, B. J. Campbell, 
William Rouse & Francis Gendre, University of North 
Carolina, Highway Safety Research Center, Chapel Hill, 
N. C. ; Proceedings of the Collision Investigation 
Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 675-679, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



A DETAILED INJURY SCALE FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, 
D. J. Van Kirk & W. A. Lange, Wayne State University , 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 240-259, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



NECK INJURY TO WOMEN IN AUTO ACCIDENTS--A METROPOLITAN 
PLAGUE, Charles H. Schutt, Radio Corporation of America, 
Health Services, Woodbridge, N. J.; F. Curtis Dohan, 
University of Pennsylvania , Philadelphia, Pa.; Journal 
of the American Medical Association, Vol. 206, No. 12, 
December 16, 1968, pp. 2689-92 



FACIAL INJURIES --CAUSES AND PREVENTION, Lawrence 
M. Patrick, & Volgt R. Hodgson, Wayne State University 
Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich., 
William A. Lange, Wayne State University, College of 
Medicine; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 541-568, Charles 
C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



THE ABBREVIATED AND THE COMPREHENSIVE RESEARCH INJURY 
SCALES, John D. States, University of Rochester , School 
of Medicine & Dentistry, Rochester, N. Y.; Proceedings 
of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 
2-4, 1969, pp. 282-294, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



STEERING WHEEL AND INSTRUMENT PANEL SAFETY 
SPECIFICATIONS BASED UPON HUMAN TOLERANCE, L. M. Patrick 
Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich., Contract 
No. GS-OOS-56359, prepared for General Services 
Administration, Federal Supply Service, Washington, 
D. C, February 2, 1970, 149 pp., PB 196 457 



CASE STUDIES OF RACING ACCIDENTS, John D. States, 
University of Rochester, School of Medicine, Rochester, 
N. Y.; 8th Stapp Car Crash 6. Field Demonstration 
Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 251-257, Wayne 
State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



THE ENIGMA OF WHIPLASH INJURIES, John D. States, 
Martin W. Korn & James B. Masengill, University of 
Rochester , School of Medicine & Dentistry, Division of 
Orthopaedic Surgery, Rochester, N. Y.; Proceedings of 
the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, October 16 & 17, 
1969, pp. 83-108, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 



MEDICAL ENGINEERING ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, John D. 
States, University of Rochester , School of Medicine & 
Dentistry, Rochester, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6796, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
July 1, 1968 - June 30, 1969, 85 pp., PB 192 401 



WHIPLASH AND WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT IT; Journal of American 
Insurance, Vol. 45, No. 4, September-October 1969, 



pp. 



29-32 



MEDICAL CRITICISM OF MODERN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING, 
Fletcher D. Woodward , Charlottesville, Va.j Journal of 
the American Medical Association , Vol. 138, No. 9, 
October 30, 1948, pp. 627-631 



CAR OCCUPANT PROTECTI0N--MISCELLANE0US 

IMPACT ACCELERATION STRESS—A SYMPOSIUM, Held at Brooks 
Air Force Base, November 27-29, 1961, National Academy 
of Sciences-National Research Council , Washington, D.C., 
Publication 977, 1962, 504 pp. 



THE FIFTH STAPP AUTOMOTIVE CRASH AND FIELD DEMONSTRA- 
TION CONFERENCE, Merrill K. Cragun, University of 
Minnesota, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
Minneapolis, Minn., September 14-16, 1961, 270 pp. 



THE PATHOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS OF INJURIES CAUSED BY 
LATERAL IMPACT ACCIDENTS, John D. States & David J. 
States, University of Rochester , School of Medicine, 
Rochester, N. Y.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 72-93, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



WHIPLASH, Ian Macnab, University of Toronto , Dept. of 
Surgery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; reprint Modern 
Medicine of Canada , December 1966, pp. 43-55 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH STAPP CAR CRASH AND FIELD 
DEMONSTRATION CONFERENCE, Holloman Air Force Base, 
New Mexico, November 7, 8, 9, 1963, University Micro- 
films, Ann Arbor, Mich., 181 pp. 



THE SEVENTH STAPP CAR CRASH CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, 
Derwyn M. Severy, Editor, University of California, 
Institute of Transportation 6< Traffic Engineering, 
Los Angeles, Calif., November 11-13, 1963, Charles 
C. Thomas Publisher, Springfield, 111., 594 pp. 



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8TH STAPP CAR CRASH AND FIELD DEMONSTRATION CONFERENCE, 
Lawrence N. Patrick, Wayne State University, Bio- 
mechanics Research Center, Detroit, Mich., October 
21-23, 1964, 434 pp. 



INFANT SAFETY CARRIER, George W. Slerant, General Motors 
Corporation , Warren, Mich.; Proceedings of the Thirteenth 
Annual Conference of the American Association for 
Automotive Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 213-220, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NINTH STAPP CAR CRASH CONFERENCE, 
University of Minnesota, October 20-21, 1965, University 
of Minnesota, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
General Extension Division, Minneapolis, Minn., 466 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF TENTH STAPP CAR CRASH CONFERENCE, 
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, November 8-9, 
1966, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y., 344 pp. 



11TH STAPP CAR CRASH CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, Anaheim, 
Calif., October 10-11, 1967, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., 316 pp. 



DYNAMIC TESTS OF RESTRAINTS FOR CHILDREN, Francis A. 
Appoldt, New York University , School of Engineering & 
Science, Research Div., New York, N. Y.; 8th Stapp 
Car Crash 6> Field Demonstration Conference, October 
21-23, 1964, pp. 329-345, Wayne State University Press, 
Detroit, Mich. 



MOTOR VEHICLE RESTRAINING DEVICES FOR CHILDREN, Francis 
A. Appoldt, New York University, School of Engineering 
& Science, Research Div., New York, N. Y., Contract No. 
PH86-62-165, for U. S. Public Health Service, U. S. 
Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare, N. Y. University 
Technical Report No. 917.01, May 1964, 55 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWELFTH STAPP CAR CRASH CONFERENCE, 
Wayne State University, Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich., October 22-23, 1968, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., 462 pp. 



A REPORT ON CONSIDERATIONS OF SEAT BELTS FOR INFANTS 
AND SMALL CHILDREN, Russell J. Neff, Phoenix Trimming 
Co. , Chicago, 111.; The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash 
& Field Demonstration Conference, September 14-16, 1961, 
pp. 249-252, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTEENTH STAPP CAR CRASH 
CONFERENCE, Harvard University, Harvard School of 
Public Health, Boston, Mass., December 2-4, 1969, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
428 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTEENTH STAPP CAR CRASH 
CONFERENCE, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., 
November 17-18, 1970, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y., 412 pp. 



IMPACT INJURY AND CRASH PROTECTION, compiled and 
edited by Elisha S. Gurdjian, William A. Lange, 
Lawrence M. Patrick & L. Murray Thomas, Wayne State 
University , Detroit, Mich., publisher Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., 1970, 566 pp. 



A SAFETY ENGINEERING APPROACH TO CHILD RESTRAINING 
DEVICES, Clarence W. Rose, Rose Manufacturing Co ., 
Denver, Colo.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 432-436, 
Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



A PROTECTIVE SEAT FOR CHILDREN — EXPERIMENTS WITH A 

SAFETY SEAT FOR CHILDREN BETWEEN ONE AND SIX, Bertll 

Aldman, Swedish Council on Road Safety Research , 

Stockholm, Sweden; 8th Stapp Car Crash & Field 

Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, 

pp. 320-328, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, 

Mich. 



CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS 

THE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A MORE EFFECTIVE CHILD 
RESTRAINT CONCEPT, Samuel A. Heap & Emlle P. Grenier, 
Ford Motor Co . , Dearborn, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680002, 13 pp. 



RESEARCH IN CHILD RESTRAINT DEVELOPMENT, 
R. H. Fredericks ; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual 
Conference of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 207-212, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



INJURIES TO CHILDREN IN AUTOMOBILE COLLISIONS, Arnold 
W. Siegel, Alan M. Nahura 6. Michael R. Appleby, 
University of California , School of Medicine, Los 
Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 1-46, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CHILD SEAT AND RESTRAINT SYSTEMS TEST PROGRAM, 

D. H. Robbins, A. W. Henke & V. L. Roberts, University 

of Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, 

Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6962, prepared 

for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 

Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, 

D. C, Report No. Bio M-70-1, October 31, 1970, 74 pp. 



ELEMENTS OF AN EFFECTIVE CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM, 
Robert A. Rogers & Jeffrey N. Silver, General Motors 
Corp . , Proving Ground, Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of 
the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 
1968, pp. 172-187, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc. , New York, N. Y. 



CHILD SEAT AND RESTRAINT SYSTEMS TEST RESULTS- 
APPENDIX D, VOLUME I, D. H. Robbins, A. W. Henke 6. 
V. L. Roberts, University of Michigan , Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. 
FH-11-6962, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, Wash., 
D. C, Report No. Bio M-70-2, October 31, 1970,125 pp. 



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CHILD SEAT AND RESTRAINT SYSTEMS TEST RESULTS-- 
APPENDIX D, VOLUME II, D. H. Robbins, A. W. Henke & 
V. L. Roberts, University of Michigan , Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. 
FH-11-6962, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, Report No. 
Bio M-70-2, October 31, 1970, 250 pp. 



OCCUPANT RESPONSE VERSUS VEHICLE CRUSH: A TOTAL 
SYSTEM APPROACH, J. E. Thompson, Chrysler Corp. , 
Product Planning and Development, Detroit, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 22-23, 1968, pp. 220-239, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CHILD SEAT AND RESTRAINT SYSTEMS TEST RESULTS- 
APPENDIX D, VOLUME III, D. H. Robbins, A. W. Henke & 
V. L. Roberts, University of Michigan , Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. 
FH-11-6962, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, Report No. Bio 
M-70-2, October 31. 1970, 375 pp. 



INFANTS AND CHILDREN IN THE ADULT WORLD OF AUTOMOBILE 
SAFETY DESIGN: PEDIATRIC AND ANATOMICAL CONSIDERATIONS 
FOR DESIGN OF CHILD RESTRAINTS, A. R. Burdi, D. F. 
Huelke, R. G. Snyder & G. H. Lowrey, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers Third Biomechanical & 
Human Factors Div. Conference at the University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., June 12-13, 1969; Journal 
of Biomechanics, Vol. 2, 1969, pp. 267-280 



A STUDY OF CONCEPTS IN CHILD SEATING AND RESTRAINT 
SYSTEMS, D. H. Robbins, A. W. Henke & V. L. Roberts, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Biosciences Div., Ann Arbor, Mich., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 12-16, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700041, 17 pp., 19 figs. 



A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF AN EFFECTIVE RESTRAINT SYSTEM FOR 
PREGNANT WOMEN AND CHILDREN, Donald J. Van Kirk & 
Albert I. King, Wayne State University , Biomechanics 
Research- Center, Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 353-364, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CRASH INJURY RESEARCH 

DEVELOPMENT OF A MEDICALLY ACCEPTABLE INJURY SCALE, 
Harold A. Fenner, Jr., American Medical Association , 
Committee on Medical Aspects of Automobile Safety, 
Hobbs, New Mexico; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 632-646, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



EFFECTIVENESS OF SAFETY DEVICES ON COLLISION 
CONSEQUENCES: A FUNDAMENTAL STUDY, J. Hamon, 
Automobiles Peugeot , Paris Engineering Center; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 149-166, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF IMPACT TESTS, S. E. Staffeld, 
Chrysler Corporation, Product Planning & Development, 
Engineering Office, Detroit, Mich.; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 886-900; SAE Report No. 700409 



THE SYNTHESIS OF THE OPTIMIZED IMPACT ENVIRONMENT, 
Robert C. Miley, Chrysler Corp . , Advance Body- 
Electrical Design Department, Highland Park, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 20-21, 1965, pp. 403-411, Nolte Center for 
Continuing Education, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



APPLICATION OF OPTIMAL CONTROL THEORY TO THE 
CRASHWORTHINESS OF A PASSENGER VEHICLE MODEL, Howard 
Kaufman & Duane B. Larson, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract FH-ll-666£ 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. 
YB-2498-V-1, April 15, 1968, 32 pp. 



AUTOMOBILE STRUCTURAL CRASHWORTHINESS, Raymond R. 
McHenry & Patrick M. Miller, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc. , Transportation Research Dept., Buffalo. 
N. Y.; 1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 913-926; SAE Report No.. 700412 



AUTOMOTIVE CRASH INJURY RESEARCH, John W. Garrett, 
Richard C. Braisted, Mary Ann Bouchard, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation Research 
Dept., Accident Research Branch, Buffalo, N. Y.; 
Proceedings of the Collision Investigation Methodology 
Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 348-390, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



BASIC RESEARCH IN AUTOMOBILE CRASHWORTHINESS --ANALYTICAL 
STUDIES, Richard P. Mayor, Calvin M. Theiss & Dieterich 
J. Schuring, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6918, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, Wash., 
D. C, Interim Tech. Report CAL YB-2684-V-5, November 
1969, 120 pp. 



TECHNICAL FINDINGS FROM FULL-SCALE VEHICLE BRIDGE 
BARRIER IMPACT TESTS, E. F. Nordlin & R. N. Field 
California Division of Highways , Materials & Research 
Dept.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 78-126, Charles 
C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



BASIC RESEARCH IN AUTOMOBILE CRASHWORTHINESS--SUMMARY 
REPORT, Patrick M. Miller & Richard P. Mayor, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation Research 
Department, Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6918, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. YB-2684-V-6, 
November 1969, 126 pp. 



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BASIC RESEARCH IN AUTOMOBILE CRASHWORTHINESS- -TESTING 
AND EVALUATION OF ENGINE DEFLECTION CONCEPT, Patrick M. 
Miller & Richard P. Mayor, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., Transportation Research Department, 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6918, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, Wash., 
D. C, Interim Tech. Report CAL YB-2684-V-2, November 
1969, 126 pp. 



COMPUTER SIMULATION OF THE AUTOMOBILE CRASH VICTIM IN A 
FRONTAL COLLISION--A VALIDATION STUDY, Raymond R. 
McHenry & Kenneth N. Naab, Cornell University. Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. 
PH 108-65-174, prepared for U. S. Public Health Service, 
Experimental Research Branch, Accident Prevention Div., 
Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. YB-2126-V-1R, July 
1966, 126 pp. 



BASIC RESEARCH IN AUTOMOBILE CRASHWORTHINESS-TESTING 
AND EVALUATION OF FORWARD STRUCTURE MODIFICATION 
CONCEPT, Patrick M. Miller & Kenneth N. Naab, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. , Transportation Research 
Department, Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6918, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. 
YB-2684-V-1, September 1969, 103 pp. 



AN EVALUATION OF DOOR LOCK EFFECTIVENESS: PRE- 1956 VS. 
POST- 1955 AUTOMOBILES, John W. Garrett, Cornell 
University . Automotive Crash Injury, Analysis Branch, 
New York, N. Y.; The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & 
Field Demonstration Conference, September 14-16, 1961, 
pp. 20-31, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



BASIC RESEARCH IN AUTOMOBILE CRASHWORTHINESS- 
TESTING AND EVALUATION OF MODIFICATIONS FOR SIDE 
IMPACTS, Richard P. Mayor & Kenneth N. Naab, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Incorporated, Transportation 
Research Department, Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. 
FH-11-6918, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Interim Technical Report, CAL Report No. YB-2684-V-3, 
November 1969, 144 pp. 



BASIC RESEARCH INTO CRASHWORTHINESS OF VEHICLE 
STRUCTURES, Richard P. Mayor, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11- 
6668, prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. YB-2498-V-1, 
July 1968, 226 pp. 



CALCULATION OF DECELERATION WAVEFORMS USING OPTIMAL 
CONTROL THEORY, Howard Kaufman & Duane B. Larson, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6668, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
CAL Report No. YB-2498-V-1, April 16, 1968, 27 pp. 



MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR INJURY PREDICTION, Raymond R. 
McHenry, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., 
Transportation Research Department, Engineering Mechanics 
Section, Buffalo, N. Y.; Impact Injury and Cra sh 
Prn rerf Inn, publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 214-233 



OCCUPANT PROTECTION IN VEHICLE INTERIOR RECOMMENDED 
PROGRAMS, R. H. Dufort & R. A. Wolf, Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc. , Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. 
FH-11-6574, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C,, CAL Report 
No. YB-2500-V-1, October 1967, 92 pp. 



RESEARCH IN IMPACT PROTECTION OF AUTOMOBILE OCCUPANTS, 
Ronald I. Herman, Jaakko K. Kihlberg, Harry W. Johnson, 
John S. Patten, Richard P. Mayor, Raymond R. McHenry, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation 
Research Department, Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. 
FH-11-6955, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Wash., 
D. C, CAL Report No. VJ-2672-V-1, July 1969, 216 pp. 



COLLISION DAMAGE SEVERITY SCALE, K. A. Stonex & W. D. 
Nelson, General Motors Corp., Detroit, Mich.; A. W. 
Siegel, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
J. W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc. , Buffalo, 
N. Y.; 6. C. S. Michalski, Reid, Cool, 6. Michalski, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700136, 5 pp. 



COMPUTER SIMULATION OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS--A NEW 
RESEARCH TOOL, Raymond R. McHenry, Cornell Aeronautical 
Lab., Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., presented at Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc. Eastern Simulation Council 
Meeting, October 17-18, 1967, Buffalo, N. Y., Revised 



August 19, 1968, 26 pp. 



COMPUTER SIMULATION OF HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS, Raymond R. 
McHenry, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc . , 
Engineering Mechanics Section, Buffalo, N. Y.; 
Science Journal IPC Business Press Ltd ., London, England, 
32 pp. 



RESEARCH- -VITAL TO THE FORGING PROCESS, Edwin A. Kidd, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation 
Research Department, Buffalo, N. Y., October 29, 1968, 
20 pp. 



ANALYSIS OF OCCUPANT MOVEMENTS IN REAR-END COLLISION- 
PART I, SIMULATION OF OCCUPANT MOVEMENTS, Hirosuke 
Furusho, Kazuo Yokoya & Satoshl Fujiki, Daihatsu Kogyo 
Co., Ltd ., Vehicle Safety Experiment Section, Osaka, 
Japan, Paper No. 13, Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., 
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Stability 
and Control Committee, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 
16 pp. 



ANALYSIS OF OCCUPANT MOVEMENTS IN REAR-END COLLISION- 
PART II, ON THE FACTORS AFFECTING MOVEMENT OF OCCUPANT 
IN REAR-END COLLISION, Hirosuke Furusho, Kazuo Yokoya 
6. Syotaro Nishino, Daihatsu Kogyo Co., Ltd ., Vehicle 
Safety Experiment Section, Osaka, Japan, Paper No. 14, 
Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., Society of Automotive 
Engineers of Japan, Stability and Control Committee, 
Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 14 pp. 



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DETAILED ANALYSES OF VEHICLE IMPACT DECELERATIONS, 
Ronald D. Kelly & David D. McNeils, Digitek Corporation , 
Marina del Rey, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-7218, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, Report No. 20501401, 
February 1970, 123 pp., PB 194 736 



INVESTIGATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR 
OCCUPANT PROTECTION IN VEHICLE INTERIOR, Fairchild 
Hiller Corp . , Republic Aviation Div., Farmingdale, 
Long Island, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6590, prepared 
for National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, Report No. 144, 
September 1967, 355 pp. 



EVALUATION OF VARIOUS PADDING MATERIALS FOR CRASH PRO- 
TECTION, John J. Swearingen, Federal Aviation Agency , 
Office of Aviation Medicine, Civil Aeromedical Insti- 
tute, Oklahoma City, Okla., Report No. AM 66-40, 
December 1966, 3 pp., 3 figures 



BEHAVIOR OF A SPECIFIC BODY STRUCTURE IN CRASH TESTING, 
F. Cornacchia, Fiat , S .p. A. , Car Engineering Dept., 
Turin, Italy; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 946-952; SAE Report 
No. 700415 



A BIO-ENGINEERING APPROACH TO CRASH PADDING, Roger P. 
Daniel, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 
1968, SAE Report No. 680001, 10 pp. 



FORD "S" FRAME, N. Baracos & A. Rhodes, Ford Motor 
Company, Dearborn, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690004, 22 pp. 



INSTRUMENT PANEL IMPACT STUDY, Roger P. Daniel, 
Ford Motor Co . , Detroit, Mich.; L. M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings 
of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 
20-21, 1965, pp. 165-179, Nolte Center for Continuing 
Education, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE MOVABLE BARRIER IN 
VEHICLE CRASH TESTING, Roger J. Berton & Robert B. 
MacLean, Ford Motor Company , Automotive Safety Research 
Office, Dearborn, Mich.; 1970 International Automobile 
Safety Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive 
Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 879-885; 
SAE Report No. 700408 



CATAPULT CRASH TESTING, Enzo Franchini, Fiat Auto-Avio 
Research Laboratories , Dynamic Tests Laboratory; 
reprint Technical Aspects of Road Safety Bulletin 
d'Information du C.I .D .1 .T.V .A. , No. 20, December 1964, 



pp. 



2.1-2.49 



PROGRESS IN SAFE VEHICLE DESIGN, R. H. Fredericks, 
Ford Motor Co. , Vehicle Safety Section, Dearborn, Mich.: 
The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 225-240, 
Nolte Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE CRASH SURVIVAL SPACE, E. Franchini, Fiat Auto- 
Avio , Research Labs., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690005, 9 pp. 



CRASH TESTING EVOLUTION AT FIAT, Enzo Franchini, Fiat 
Auto-Avio . Research Lab., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 10-14, 1966, SAE Report No. 
660165, 12 pp. 



TRUCK CRASH TESTING, E. Franchini, Fiat , Research 
Laboratories; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium, Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 901-912; SAE Report 
No. 700411 



AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION IMPACT PHENOMENA, A. L. Haynes, 

R. H. Fredericks & W. J. Ruby, Ford Motor Company , 

Dearborn, Mich.; reprint Highway Research Board 
Bulletin 142, 1956, 10 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE IMPACT, A. L. Haynes, Ford Motor Company , 
Product Study Engineering Office, Dearborn, Mich.; 
Impact Acceleration Stress--A Symposium, National 
Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 
Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 1962, pp. 69-82 



WHY A SECOND COLLISION? George Muller,' Ford Motor Co. , 
Light Vehicle Concepts Dept., Dearborn, Mich.; Proc. 
Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967,'. pp. 272-284, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION OF VEHICLE TO BARRIER IMPACT, 
M. M. Karaal, General Motors Corporation , Research Labs., 
Warren, Mich.; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 940-945; SAE Report 
No. 700414 



ANALYTICAL VERSUS INTUITIVE APPROACHES TO REDUCING 
CRASH INJURY, Charles W. Gadd, General Motors 
Technical Center , Electro-Mechanics Dept., Research 
Labs., Warren, Mich.; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention 
of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 240-246, 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



BARRIER COLLISION AND RELATED IMPACT SLED TESTS ON 
BUSES IN INTERCITY SERVICE, Donald J. LaBelle, 
General Motors , Truck & Coach Div., Pontiac, Mich.; 
The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 46-53, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



COLLISION DAMAGE SEVERITY SCALE, K. A. Stonex 6. W. D. 
Nelson, General Motors Corp ., Detroit, Mich.; A. W. 
Siegel, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
J. W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, 
N. Y.; 6. C. S. Michalski, Reid, Cool, & Michalski, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700136, 5 pp. 



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EVALUATING KNEE-TO-INSTRUMENT PANEL IMPACTS, Richard A. 
Wilson, General Motors Proving Ground , Safety Research 
and Development Lab., Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of 
the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 134-148, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. 
New York, N. Y. 



IMPACT SLED TESTING AND RELATED BARRIER TESTS, Louis 
C. Lundstrom, Alonzo H. Kelly, Jr., & Donald J. 
LaBelle, General Motors Corp. , Warren, Mich.j The 
Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 20-45, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



SAFETY IMPROVEMENT OF THE NEW LAMINATED V.H.R. 
GLAZING FOR CARS, PART ONE: RESISTANCE TO ABRASION-- 
PART TWO: BEHAVIOR IN CASE OF IMPACT OF THE 
ANTHROPOMORPHIC DUMMY DURING SIMULATED CRASHES, 
E. Pluraat, P. Eloy, L. Leger, F. Toussaint, & R. Van 
Laethem, Glaverbel. S.A .. Belgium; 1970 International 
Automotive Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 1152-1170, SAE Report No. 700429 



AUFFAHRUNFALLE MIT UND 0HNE K0PFSTUTZE (REAR END 
COLLISIONS WITH AND WITHOUT HEAD REST), Wolfgang Lange, 
Dortmund, Germany; & Peter Hinz , Frankfurt, Germany; 
VDI-Z , Vol. 112, No. 20, October 11, 1970, pp. 1357- 
1362 



A NEW CRASH SIMULATOR AND BIOMECHANICS RESEARCH 
PROGRAM, Charles K. Kroell, General Motors Corp ., 
Research Labs., Detroit, Mich.; & Lawrence M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University, Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; 8th Stapp Car Crash & Field 
Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 185- 
228, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



EFFECTIVE IMPACT VELOCITY FROM VEHICLE DEF0RMATI0N-- 
A PRELIMINARY STUDY, D.J. Van Kirk & J. Hirsch, 
Wayne State University, Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, 
Detroit, Mich.; T. B. Sato, Keio University , Div. of 
Mechanical Engineering, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., 
May 20-24, 1968, SAE Report No. 680477, 6 pp. 



A NEW LABORATORY DEVICE FOR PASSENGER CAR SAFETY 
STUDIES, W. G. Cichowski, General Motors Corp. , 
Proving Ground Section, Detroit, Mich., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers National Automobile 
Meeting, March 19-21, 1963, Detroit, Mich., SAE Report 
No. 663A, 13 pp. 



AUFFAHRUNFALLE MIT UND OHNE KOPFSTUTZE (REAR END 
COLLISIONS WITH AND WITHOUT HEAD REST), Wolfgang Lange , 
Dortmund, Germany; & Peter Hinz, Frankfurt, Germany; 
VDI-Z, Vol. 112, No. 20, October 11, 1970, pp. 1357- 
1362 



POST OFFICE VEHICLE CRASH STUDY, James C. Gilkey, 
U. S. Post Office Department, Washington, D. C.; & 
Robert A. Rogers, General Motors Corporation , Proving 
Ground, Warren, Mich., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 
670025, 15 pp. 



A REVIEW OF VEHICLE IMPACT TESTING: HOW IT BEGAN AND 
WHAT IS BEING DONE, Richard A. Wilson, General Motors 
Corporation , Safety Research & Development Lab., 
Warren, Mich.; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 834-850; SAE Report 
No. 700403 



SYSTEM VERSUS LABORATORY IMPACT TESTS FOR ESTIMATING 
INJURY HAZARD, Charles W. Gadd, General Motors Corp ., 
Research Labs., Detroit, Mich.; & Lawrence M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 
1968, SAE Report No. 680053, 8 pp. 



VEHICLE CRASH RESEARCH AND MANUFACTURING EXPERIENCE, 
L. C. Lundstrom, General Motors Corporation , Warren, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
West Coast Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., August 12- 
15, 1968, SAE Report 680543, 8 pp. 



AUTOMOBILE -CRASH INJURIES, Charles A. Goodwin, Liberty 
Mutual Insurance Co. , Boston, Mass.; reprint Highway 
Research Board Bulletin 120 , 1956, pp. 46-54 



LIBERTY MUTUAL AUTOMOTIVE CRASH SIMULATOR, Nathaniel H. 
Pulling, Dennis F. Ray, Donald R. Vaillancourt, Allen L. 
Cudworth & John B. Creeden, Liberty Mutual Insurance 
Company , Hopkinton, Mass.; 1970 International Automobile 
Safety Conference .Compendium , Society of Automotive 
Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 858-865; 
SAE Report No. 700405 



VEHICLE ACCELERATOR CRASH SIMULATOR, L. M. Patrick & 
D. J. Van Kirk, Wayne State University, Department of 
Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; G. W. Nyquist, 
Michigan State University , East Lansing, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 22-23, 1968, pp. 402-423, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



AN AUTOMOBILE CRASH SIMULATOR, Monterey Research 
Laboratory, Inc ., Monterey, Calif., Report No. MRL 



372A, October 1966, 32 pp. 



CRASH SIMULATOR-HIGH ENERGY--SERV0 CONTROLLED, Monterey 
Research Laboratory, Inc ., Monterey, Calif., Report 
No. MRL 499, February 1969, 22 pp. 



IMPAC PORTABLE INTERIOR TESTER, Monterey Research 
Laboratory, Inc ., Monterey, Calif., Report No. MRL 420, 
7 pp., 2 figs. 



VEHICLE CRUSH AND OCCUPANT BEHAVIOR, D. E. Martin 6. 
C. K. Kroell, General Motors Corp., Research Labs., 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670034, 42 pp. 



IMPACT-WITH-REBOUND: AN ADVANCED TOOL FOR LABORATORY 
CRASH SIMULATION, William I. Kipp, Monterey Research 
Laboratory, Inc ., Monterey, Calif.; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 866-875; SAE Report No. 700406 



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NEW MIRA LABORATORY FOR VEHICLE IMPACTING, Motor 
Industry Research Association , Lindley Nr. Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England, Bulletin No. 2, March/April 
1968, 20 pp. 



CONTROLLED VEHICLE IMPACTS - INSTRUMENTATION AND TEST 
PROCEDURE, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 92, 
1967, 20 pp., 3 figs. 



VEHICLE IMPACT TESTING, R. H. Macmillan, Motor Industry 
Research Association , Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England; 1970 International Automobile 
Safety Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive 
Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 851-857; 
SAE Report No. 700404 



ANALYSIS AND BIODYNAMICS OF SELECTED ROCKET-SLED EXPERI- 
MENTS, J. P. Stapp, J. D. Mosely, C. F. Lombard, G. A. 
Nelson, G. Nichols & F. Larmie, Northrop Space Labs. , 
Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. AF4K609 ) — 2317 , for 
USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical 
Division (AFSC), Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, July 
1964, 148 pp. 



DETERMINATION OF INJURY THRESHOLD LEVELS OF CAR 
OCCUPANTS INVOLVED IN ROAD ACCIDENTS, R. D. Lister & 
J. G. Wall, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 818-833; SAE Report No. 700402 



PROTECTION OF CAR OCCUPANTS AGAINST SIDE IMPACTS, R. D. 
Lister & I. D. Neilson, Road Research Laboratory , 
Crowthorne, England; Proceedings of the Thirteenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 38- 
60, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



OCCUPANT PROTECTION IN VEHICLE INTERIOR- -VOLUME I, 
(1) STATE-OF-THE-ART; (2) PUN TO DEVELOP PERFORMANCE 
STANDARDS, Pioneer Engineering & Manufacturing Co ., 
Inc., Wettlaufer Engineering Div., Warren, Mich., 
Contract No. FH-11-6593, prepared for National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, October 12, 1967, 
293 pp. 



OCCUPANT PROTECTION IN VEHICLE INTERIOR- -VOLUME II-- 
COST PROPOSAL FOR PHASE II --IMPLEMENTATION OF PLAN 
TO DEVELOP PERFORMANCE STANDARDS, Pioneer Engineering 
6. Manufacturing Company, Inc., Wettlaufer Engineering 
Div., Warren, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6593, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C., October 12, 
1967, 5 pp. 



SAFETY CARS--PRINCIPLES GOVERNING THE DESIGN OF CARS 
AND SAFETY DEVICES, G. Grime, Road Research Lab. , 
Ministry of Transport, Harmondsworth, England, Report 
No. 8, 1966, 44 pp. 



SIMPLE REPRESENTATIONS OF CAR AND UNRESTRAINED OCCUPANT 
IMPACTS IN ROAD ACCIDENTS, I. D- Neilson, Road Research 
Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 
England, Report No. LR 249, 1969, 38 pp., 30 figs. 



SIMULATION OF CRASH CONDITIONS, Bertil Aldman, 
Swedish Council on Road Safety Research , Bromma, 
Sweden; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway 
Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 238-239, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



CORRELATION BETWEEN WINDSHIELD HEAD INJURIES AND 
LABORATORY TESTS--PART I: FEASIBILITY OF RELATING 
HEADF0RM IMPACTS TO CLINICAL HEAD INJURIES, Leonard M. 
Cook & Raymond G. Rieser, PPG Industries, Inc .; & 
Arnold W. Siegel & Alan M. Nahum, University of 
California, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 167-190, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



COLLISION DAMAGE SEVERITY SCALE, K. A. Stonex & W. D. 
Nelson, General Motors Corp., Detroit, Mich.; A. W. 
Siegel, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
J. W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, 
N. Y.; & C. S. Michalski, Reid, Cool, &. Michalski , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700136, 5 pp. 



ASPECTS OF PASSENGER SAFETY, K. Burow & E. Fiala, 
Technical University of Berlin , Institute for Automobile 
Engineering, Berlin, Germany; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium, Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 1000-1007; SAE Report No. 700420 



EIN KATAPULTPRUFSTAND FUR UNFALLVERSUCHE (A CATAPULT 
TEST STAND FOR ACCIDENT EXPERIMENTS), E. Fiala & 
E. G. Zeschmann, Technische Universitat , Berlin, 
Germany; reprint Automobiltechnische Zeltschrift , V. 
69, No. 2, Stuttgart, 1967, pp. 35-38 



DESIGN FOR PROTECTION AGAINST IMPACT, John P. Stapp, 
U. S. Air Force, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology; 
Proceedings of the Conference on Vehicle Crash & Injury 
Prevention, July 11 & 12, 1966, pp. 53-54, Society of 
Motor Manufacturers & Traders, Ltd., London, England 



CONTROLLED IMPACT INVESTIGATIONS OF HEAD-ON IMPACTS 
OF FOUR SIMILAR CARS FROM DIFFERENT SPEEDS AGAINST A 
RIGID BARRIER, I. D. Neilson, R. N. Kemp, J. W. Wall, 
& J. Harris, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, England, RRL Report No. LR 132, 
1968, 72 pp., PB 179 866 



IMPACT ATTENUATION FOR OCCUPANTS OF MOTOR VEHICLES, 
John P. Stapp, U. S. Air Force , Armed Forces Institute 
of Pathology, Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the 
Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 1965, 
pp. 317-320, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



CONTROLLED VEHICLE IMPACT EXPERIMENTS AT THE ROAD 
RESEARCH LABORATORY, R. D. Lister, Road Research 
Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
Berkshire, England; Proceedings of the Conference on 
Vehicle Crash & Injury Prevention, July 11 & 12, 1966, 
pp. 72-76, Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, 
Ltd., London, England 



PROTECTION AND CARE OF THE VEHICLE OCCUPANT (HIGHWAY), 
Robert Brenner, U. S. Department of Transportation , 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C; 
Proceedings of the First Department of Transportation 
Intra-Departmental Safety Seminar, U. S. . Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, January 1969, 
pp. 234-241 



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POST OFFICE VEHICLE CRASH STUDY, James C. Gilkey, 
U. S. Post Office Department , Washington, D. C; & 
Robert A. Rogers, General Motors Corporation, Proving 
Ground, Warren, Mich., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 
670025, 15 pp. 



CAR COLLISIONS—THE MOVEMENT OF CARS AND THEIR 
OCCUPANTS IN ACCIDENTS, G. Grime & 1. S. Jones, 
University College , Research Group in Traffic Studies, 
London, England; Institution of Mechanical Engineers 
Proceedings , Automobile Division, Vol. 184, Part 2A, 
1969-70, 39 pp. 



INJURY AND COLLISION SEVERITY, G. Murray Mackay, 
University of Birmingham, Department of Transportation, 
Birmingham, England; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 207-219, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS CORRELATED WITH COLLISION 
EXPERIMENTS: HEAD-ON COLLISIONS, Alan M. Nahum 6, 
Arnold W. Siegel, University of California , Center 
for the Health Sciences, Dept. of Surgery, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; Derwyn M. Severy, University of California, 
Institute of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, 
Dept. of Engineering; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 303- 
316, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



COLLISION DAMAGE SEVERITY SCALE, K. A. Stonex & W. D. 
Nelson, General Motors Corp., Detroit, Mich.; A. W. 
Siegel, University of California , Los Angeles, Calif.; 
J. W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, 
N. Y.; S. C. S. Mlchalski, Reid, Cool, 5. Michalski, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700136, 5 pp. 



COLLISION PERFORMANCE OF THE MOTORIST'S COMPARTMENT, 
Derwyn M. Severy, University of California , Institute 
of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Dept. of 
Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proc. Symposium on 
the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, 
pp. 247-271, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



CORRELATION BETWEEN WINDSHIELD HEAD INJURIES AND 
LABORATORY TESTS--PART I: FEASIBILITY OF RELATING 
HEADFORM IMPACTS TO CLINICAL HEAD INJURIES, Leonard M. 
Cook & Raymond G. Rieser, PPG Industries, Inc.; & 
Arnold W. Siegel & Alan M. Nahum, University of 
California , Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 167-190, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ENGINEERED COLLISIONS, Derwyn M. Severy & Arnold W. 
Siegel, University of California , Institute of 
Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash 6. Field 
Demonstration Conference, September 14-16, 1961, 
pp. 32-47, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



ENGINEERING STUDIES OF MOTORIST INJURY EXPOSURES FROM 
REAR-END COLLISIONS, Derwyn Severy, University of 
California , Institute of Transportation & Traffic 
Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; Traffic Safety a 
National Problem , Eno Foundation for Highway Traffic 
Control, Saugatuck, Conn., 1967, pp. 91-117 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY PROJECT, University of California, 
Dept. of Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif., Contract 
No. FH-11-6690, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. 68-52, October 1968, 
222 pp. 

MOTORCYCLE COLLISION EXPERIMENTS, Derwyn M. Severy, 
Harrison M. Brink & David M. Blalsdell, University of 
California, Institute of Transportation & Traffic 
Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 
1970, pp. 66-120, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



PASSENGER PROTECTION FROM FRONT-END IMPACTS, Derwyn M. 
Severy, Harrison M. Brink & Jack D. Baird, University 
of California , Institute of Transportation & Traffic 
Engineering, Dept. of Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690068, 
46 pp. 



CONTROLLED AUTOMOBILE REAR-END COLLISIONS, AN 
INVESTIGATION OF RELATED ENGINEERING AND MEDICAL 
PHENOMENA, D. M. Severy, J. H. Mathewson 6. C. 0. Bechtol* 
University of California , Institute of Transportation & 
Traffic Engineering, Berkeley, Calif.; Canadian Services 
Medical Journal , Vol. XI, November 1955, pp. 727-759 



THE REDUCTION OF COLLISION INJURIES: PAST, PRESENT, 
AND FUTURE, Alan M. Nahum, Arnold W. Siegel & 
Samuel Brooks, University of California , Trauma Research 
Group, Los Angeles, Calif., Proceedings of the 
Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 
1970, pp. 1-43, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



CONTROLLING DECELERATION IN A CRASH-IMPACT SIMULATOR 
BY METAL CUTTING, J. A. Bates, D. R. Dunlop, D.. M. 
Finch & D. 0. Horning, Unlvprs-ll-y of Cal ifo rnia, 
Vehicle Technology Facility, Richmond, Calif., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE 
Report No. 670456, 9 pp. 



SAFETY GLASS BREAKAGE BY MOTORISTS DURING COLLISIONS, 
Derwyn M. Severy & Harrison M. Brink, University of 
California . Institute of Transportation & Traffic 
Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 1965, 
pp. 205-236, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



CORRELATES OF 30-MPH INTERSECTION COLLISIONS, Derwyn M. 
Severy, University of California , Institute of 
Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; National Research Council, Highway Research 
Board, Washington, D. C, Highway Research Record 
No. 4, 1963, pp. 1-31 



THE VEHICLE DEFORMVTION INDEX: A REPORT FROM THE 
INTERNATIONAL AD HOC COMMITTEE FOR COLLISION DEFORMATION 
AND TRAUMA INDICES, Arnold W. Siegel, University of 
California , Trauma Research Group, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
Proceedings of the Collision Investigation Methodology 
Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 654-672, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



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VEHICLE DESIGN FOR PASSENGER PROTECTION FROM HIGH- 
SPEED REAR-END COLLISIONS, Derwyn M. Severy, Harrison 
M. Brink & Jack D. Baird, University of California , 
Institute of Transportation 6. Traffic Engineering, 
Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 94-163, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



THE TRAFFIC ACCIDENT DATA PROJECT SCALE, B.J. Campbell, 
William Rouse & Francis Gendre, University of North 
Carolina , Highway Safety Research Center, Chapel Hill, 
N. C; Proceedings of the Collision Investigation 
Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 675-679, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



VEHICULAR AND OCCUPANT COLLISION FORCES, Derwyn Severy, 
University of California , Los Angeles, Calif, j 
Proceedings of the Conference on Vehicle Crash and 
Injury Prevention, July 11 6. 12, 1966, pp. 16-29, 
Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, Ltd., London, 
England 



EXPERIMENTAL SIMULATIONS OF SECONDARY COLLISIONS INSIDE 
THE VEHICLE, Donald Huelke, University of Michigan , 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of the Conference on 
Vehicle Crash & Injury Prevention, July 11 & 12, 1966, 
pp. 43-44, Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, 
Ltd., London, England 



MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION OF COLLISION, Judith M. Becker 
& D. Hurley Robbins, University of Michigan , Highway 
Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract 
No. FH-11-6685, prepared for U. S. Department of Trans- 
portation, National Traffic Safety Bureau, RFP-142, 
Project No. 7A, 85 pp. 



MULTIDIMENSIONAL MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF OCCUPANT 
DYNAMICS UNDER CRASH CONDITIONS, V. L. Roberts & D. H. 
Robbins, University of Michigan, Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690248, 11 pp. 



IMPACT INJURIES IN PREGNANCY— EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES, 
Warren M. Crosby, Richard G. Snyder, Clyde C. Snow 
& Peter G. Hanson, University of Oklahoma , Department 
of Gynecology & Obstetrics, Oklahoma City, Okla.; 
reprint American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology , 
Vol. 101, No. 1, May 1, 1968, pp. 100-110 



THE ABBREVIATED AND THE COMPREHENSIVE RESEARCH INJURY 
SCALES, John D. States, University of Rochester , School 
of Medicine & Dentistry, Rochester, N. Y.; Proceedings 
of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 
2-4, 1969, pp. 282-294, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ASSESSMENT METHODS FOR HEAD 
IMPACT APPLIED IN APPRAISAL OF BRAIN INJURY HAZARD, 
IN PARTICULAR IN HEAD IMPACT ON WINDSHIELDS, 
A. Slattenschek & W. Tauf fkirchen, Vienna Institute of 
Technology , Vienna, Austria; 1970 International 
Automotive Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 
1084-1112; SAE Report No. 700426 



CADAVER WINDSHIELD IMPACT RESEARCH, L. M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich., reprint Plastic 
and Reconstructive Surgery , 1966, Vol. 37, No. 4, pp 
314-323 



A DETAILED INJURY SCALE FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, 
D. J. Van Kirk & W. A. Lange, Wayne State University, 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 240-259, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



AUTOMOTIVE HUMAN CRASH STUDIES, James J. Ryan, 
University of Minnesota , Minneapolis, Minn.; Impact 
Acceleration Stress--A Symposium, National Academy of 
Sciences-National Research Council, Washington, D. C, 
Publication 977, 1962, pp. 345-353 



REDUCTION IN CRASH FORCES, James J. Ryan, University 
of Minnesota , Automotive Safety Research Project, 
Minneapolis, Minn.; The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & 
Field Demonstration Conference, September 14-16, 1961, 
pp. 48-89, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



EFFECTIVE IMPACT VELOCITY FROM VEHICLE DEFORMATION-- 
A PRELIMINARY STUDY, D. J. Van Kirk & J. Hirsch, 
Wayne State University , Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, 
Detroit, Mich.; T. B. Sato, Keio University, Div. of 
Mechanical Engineering, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., 
•lay 20-24, 1968, SAE Report No. 680477, 6 pp. 



HUMAN AND ANIMAL IMPACT STUDIES IN U . S. UNIVERSITIES, 
Herbert R. Lissner, Wayne State University , Detroit, 
Mich.; Impact Acceleration Stress--A Symposium, 
National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 
Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 1962, pp. 61-67 



REDUCTION IN CRASH FORCES, James J. Ryan & James R. 
Tobias, University of Minnesota , Department of 
Mechanical Engineering, Minneapolis, Minn.; Proceed- 
ings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 20-21, 1965, pp. 413-419, Nolte Center for Con- 
tinuing Education, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



INSTRUMENT PANEL IMPACT STUDY, Roger P. Daniel, 
Ford Motor Co., Detroit, Mich.; L. M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings 
of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 
20-21, 1965, pp. 165-179, Nolte Center for Continuing 
Education, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



FIELD EXPERIENCE AND EVALUATION OF TAD PROJECT "VEHICLE 
DAMAGE RATING SCALE", William S. Rouse & Francis Gendre, 
University of North Carolina , Chapel Hill, N. C; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 215-236, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



LABORATORY RECONSTRUCTION OF OCCUPANT -VEHICLE IMPACTS, 
L. M. Patrick, Wayne State University , Biomechanics 
Research Center, Colleges of Engineering & Medicine, 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 289-O20, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



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A NEW CRASH SIMULATOR AND BIOMECHANICS RESEARCH 
PROGRAM, Charles K. Kroell, General Motors Corp., 
Research Labs., Detroit, Mich.; & Lawrence M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University , Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; 8th Stapp Car Crash 6. Field 
Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 185- 
228, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



BIODYNAMICS AND THE CRASHWORTHINESS OF VEHICLE 
STRUCTURES—VOLUME III, A. S. Hyde, Wyle Laboratories , 
Huntsville, Ala., Contract No. FH-11-6669, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Report 
No. 68-3, March 1968, 61 pp., PB 180 468 



PREVENTION OF INSTRUMENT PANEL AND WINDSHIELD HEAD 
INJURIES, Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State University, 
Colleges of Engineering 6> Medicine, Biomechanics 
Research Center, Detroit, Mich.; Proc. Symposium on the 
Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 
169-181, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



IMPACT RESPONSES AND CLASSIFICATIONS OF MOTOR VEHICLE 
STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS--A SURVEY—VOLUME IV, G. C. Kao & 
V. M. Conticelli, Wyle Laboratories , Huntsville, Ala., 
Contract No. FH-11-6669, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, WL Report No. 68-3, March 1968, 
153 pp., PB 180 469 



SAFETY PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF 30 MIL HPR LAMINATED 

AND MONOLITHIC DIFFERENTIALLY TEMPERED WINDSHIELDS, 

L. M. Patrick, K. R. Trosien 6< F. T. DuPont, Wayne State 

University , Detroit, Mich.; 1970 International 

Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 

Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 

pp. 1113-1133; SAE Report No. 700427 



RESEARCH IN CRASHWORTHINESS OF VEHICLE STRUCTURES, 
VOLUME I, D. J. Bozich, Wyle Laboratories, Inc ., 
Huntsville, Ala., Contract No. FH-11-6669, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, WL Report 
WR 68-3, March 1968, 82 pp., PB 180 466 



STEERING WHEEL AND INSTRUMENT PANEL SAFETY 
SPECIFICATIONS BASED UPON HUMAN TOLERANCE, L. M. Patrick 
Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich., Contract 
No. GS-00S-56359, prepared for General Services 
Administration, Federal Supply Service, Washington, 
D. C., February 2, 1970, 149 pp., PB 196 457 



A SCALE MODEL STUDY OF CRASH ENERGY DISSIPATING 
VEHICLE STRUCTURES— VOLUME V, G. C. Kao & G. C. Chan, 
Wyle Labs ., Huntsville, Ala., Contract No. FH-11-6669, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Traffic Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
WL Report No. WR 68-3, March 1968, 92 pp., PB 180 470 



SURVIVAL BY DESIGN--HEAD PROTECTION, Lawrence M. 
Patrick & Herbert R. Lissner, Wayne State University , 
Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich., & E. S. 
Gurdjian, Wayne State University, Dept. of Neurosurgery; 
The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 483-499, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



SYSTEM VERSUS LABORATORY IMPACT TESTS FOR ESTIMATING 
INJURY HAZARD, Charles W. Gadd, General Motors Corp., 
Research Labs., Detroit, Mich.; & Lawrence M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 
1968, SAE Report No. 680053, 8 pp. 



HUMAN SIMULATION 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANTHROPOMORPHIC TEST DUMMIES TO 
MATCH SPECIFIC HUMAN RESPONSES TO ACCELERATIONS AND 
IMPACTS, Samuel W. Alderson, Alderson Research Labs ., 
Inc . ; 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
October 10-11, 1967, pp. 62-67, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



THE SAE MANIKIN INTERIOR SPACE EVALUATOR, R. C. Bazzell 
Chrysler Corp . , Engineering, Div., Detroit, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
National Automobile Meeting, Detroit, Mich., March 
19-21, 1963, SAE Report 662A, 5 pp. 



VEHICLE ACCELERATOR CRASH SIMULATOR, L. M. Patrick 6. 
D. J. Van Kirk, Wayne State University , Department of 
Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; G. W. Nyqulst, 
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 22-23, 1968, pp. 402-423, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



TWO ANTHROPOMETRIC TEST FORMS—THE FRONTAL BONE OF THE 
SKULL AND A TYPICAL FACIAL BONE, Jule Br inn, Chrysler 
Corporation , Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 381-399, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. 
New York, N. Y. 



WINDSHIELD INJURY POTENTIAL AS A FUNCTION OF WINDSHIELD 
INSTALLATION METHOD, K. R. Trosien 6. L. M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University , Ann Arbor, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 1171-1186; SAE Report No. 700430 



COMPUTER SIMULATION OF THE CRASH VICTIM— A VALIDATION 
STUDY, Raymond R. McHenry & Kenneth N. Naab, Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., Transportation Research 
Dept., New York, N. Y.; Proceedings of the Tenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 196b, 
pp. 126-163, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



MINIMIZATION OF OCCUPANT INJURY BY OPTIMUM FRONT-END 
DESIGN, D. F. Moore, West Virginia University , Department 
of Mechanical Engineering, Morgantown, W. Va.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 953-968; SAE Report No. 700416 



MEASUREMENT OF DETAILED INERTIAL PROPERTIES AND 
DIMENSIONS OF A 50TH PERCENTILE ANTHROPOMETRIC DUMMY, 
K. N. Naab, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., New York, 
N. Y.; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 187-195, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



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ANALYSIS OF OCCUPANT MOVEMENTS IN REAR-END COLLISION-- 
PART I, SIMULATION OF OCCUPANT MOVEMENTS, Hirosuke 
Furusho, Kazuo Yokoya & Satoshi Fujiki, Daihatsu Kogyo 
Co., Ltd., Vehicle Safety Experiment Section, Osaka, 
Japan, Paper No. 13, Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., 
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Stability 
and Control Committee, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 
16 pp. 



DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A CRASH DUMMY FOR TESTING 
SHOULDER HARNESS AND SAFETY BELTS, John J. Swearlngen, 
Federal Aviation Agency , Aeronautical Center, 
Oklahoma City, Okla., April 1951, 14 pp. 



COMPUTER ANIMATION OF THE CRASH VICTIM, Roger Berton, 
& John P. Connolly, Ford Motor Co . , Dearborn, Mich.; 
8th Stapp Car Crash & Field Demonstration Conference, 
October 21-23, 1964, pp. 32-33, Wayne State University 
Press, Detroit, Mich. 



APPLICATION OF A DAMPED SPRING -MASS HUMAN VIBRATION 
SIMULATOR IN VIBRATION TESTING OF VEHICLE SEATS, 
C. W. Suggs, C. F. Abrams & L. F. Stikeleather, 
North Carolina State University , Dept. of Biological 
6. Agricultural Engineering, Raleigh, N. C, reprint 
Ergonomics , Vol. 12, No. 1, 1969, pp. 79-90 



CORRELATION BETWEEN WINDSHIELD HEAD INJURIES AND 
LABORATORY TEST--PART I: FEASIBILITY OF RELATING 
HEADFORM IMPACTS TO CLINICAL HEAD INJURIES, Leonard M. 
Cook & Raymond G. Rieser, PPG Industries, Inc .; & 
Arnold W. Siegel & Alan M. Nahura, University of 
California, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 167-190, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE R.A.E. DUMMY OF THE 
STANDARD AIRMAN, G. Love 11, Royal Aircraft Establishment, 
Farnborough, Hants., England, Technical Note No. Mech. 
Eng. 176, May 1954, 14 pp., 24 figs. 



THE FIRST STANDARD AUTOMOTIVE CRASH DUMMY--ITS 
MEASUREMENTS, MOVEMENTS AND MASS, PART I, John Starkey, 
& Joseph Young, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich.; 
Samuel W. Alderson, Alderson Research Labs., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690218, pp. 1-4 



THE FIRST STANDARD AUTOMOTIVE CRASH DUMMY--ITS PARTS, 
PERFORMANCE AND PURPOSES, PART 2, W. J. Sobkow, Jr. & 
W. D. Horn, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich.; 
W. G. Cichowski, General Motors Proving Ground, Warren, 
Mich., 6. M. T. Krag, Chrysler Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690218, 
pp. 4-9 



A SENSITIVE MANIKIN FOR EVALUATING SEAT COMFORT, 
F. D. Cooper & L. Hall, Ford Motor Company, Ltd ., 
Body Engineering Research Department, Birmingham, 
England; Ergonomics and Safety in Motor Car Design, 
Proceedings — Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 
181, Part 3D, 1966-1967, pp. 1-8 



SOPHISTICATED SAM--A NEW CONCEPT IN DUMMIES, Aaron 
Bloom, Sierra Engineering Company, Sierra Madre, Calif. 
■Jilliam G. Cichowski, General Motors Proving Ground, 
Safety Test Engineering Dept., Warren, Mich.; & Verne 
L. Roberts, University of Michigan, Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680031, 6 pp. 



AN ENGINEERING APPROACH TO TRAUMA INDICATING ORGANS, 
Aaron Bloom & Robert W. Duer, Sierra Engineering Co. ; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium, Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 876-878; SAE Report No. 700407 



SOPHISTICATED SAM--A NEW CONCEPT IN DUMMIES, Aaron 
Bloom, Sierra Engineering Company , Sierra Madre, Calif. 
William G. Cichowski, General Motors Proving Ground, 
Safety Test Engineering Dept., Warren, Mich.; & Verne 
L. Roberts, University of Michigan, Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680031, 6 pp. 



THIRD GENERATION OF AUTOMOTIVE TEST DUMMIES, Peter I. 
Mate 1 & Leonard E._Popp, Sierra Engineering Company ; 
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November 17-18, 1970, pp. 329-340, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



SAE HANDBOOK, published annually; HANDBOOK SUPPLEMENT 
19--SAE TECHNICAL REPORTS REFERENCED IN FEDERAL MOTOR 
VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS, May 18, 1970, 43 pp., Society 
of Automotive Engineers Inc., New York, N. Y. 



THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF ANTHROPOMORPHIC DUMMIES, H. T. E. 
Hertzberg, U. S. Air Force Systems Command, 6570th 
Aerospace Medical Research Lab.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 201-214, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. 
New York, N. Y. 



ANTHROPOMETRIC DUMMIES FOR CRASH RESEARCH, J. A. Searle 
& C. M. Haslegrave, Motor Industry Research Association , 
Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, MIRA 
Bulletin No. 5, 1969, pp. 25-30 



ANTHROPOMETRIC DEFINITION/VEHICLE SAFETY (DOT/NHSB) 
AND AUTOMOBILE SEAT BELT/DYNAMIC TESTING (NBS), 
U. S. Air Force, Aerospace Medical Div., Holloman Air 
Force Base, New Mexico, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau & 
National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C, 
September 1969, 96 pp. 



COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF DUMMY PERFORMANCE UNDER -G x 
IMPACT, Richard F. Chandler & Robert A. Christian, 
National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 61-75, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



COMPARISON OF THE DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF DUMMIES, 
ANIMALS AND MAN, Rolf R. Coermann, U. S. Air Force , 
Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Wright-Patterson 
Air Force Base, Ohio; Impact Acceleration Stress--A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
1962, pp. 173-184 



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CORRELATION TESTS OF ANIMALS AND HUMANS, Eli L. 
Beeding, Jr. & James E. Cook, USAF Aeromedical Field 
Lab ., Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; The Fifth 
Stapp Automotive Crash & Field Demonstration Conference, 
September 14-16, 1961, pp. 125-129, Nolte Center for 
Continuing Education, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



DEVELOPMENT OF A MECHANICAL MODEL OF THE HUMAN HEAD-- 
DETERMINATION OF TISSUE PROPERTIES AND SYNTHETIC 
SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS, J. W. Melvln, J. H. McElhaney 6. 
V. L. Roberts, University of Michigan , Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of 
the Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17- 
18, 1970, pp. 221-240, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



MISCONCEPTIONS REGARDING THE DESIGN AND USE OF 
ANTHROPOMORPHIC DUMMIES, H. T. E. Hertzberg, U. S. 



Air Force , Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; Motor Industry 
Research Association , Bulletin No. 4, July/August 1970, 
pp. 17-20 



PROBLEMS AND TECHNIQUES OF HUMAN SLED SUBJECT 
SELECTION—TECHNICAL DOCUMENTARY REPORT NO. ARL-TDR- 
62-, Ellis Taylor, USAF Aerospace Research Lab ., 
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; Proceedings of 
the Sixth Stapp Car Crash and Field Demonstration 
Conference, November 7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 17-24, 
University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



A COMPARISON OF THE RESPONSES OF MEN AND DUMMIES TO 
SHIP SHOCK MOTIONS, Arthur E Hirsch, U. S. Navy , 
David Taylor Model Basin, Personnel Protection Section, 
Washington, D. C.; Impact Acceleration Stress--A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
1962, pp. 185-190 



ANTHROPOMETRIC DUMMIES, Derwyn M. Severy, University 
of California , Los Angeles, Calif., presented at the 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Winter 
Annual Meeting, New York, N. Y., November 29- 
December 4, 1964, 8 pp. 



CORRELATION BETWEEN WINDSHIELD HEAD INJURIES AND 
LABORATORY TESTS — PART I:. FEASIBILITY OF RELATING 
HEADFORM IMPACTS TO CLINICAL HEAD INJURIES, Leonard M. 
Cook & Raymond G. Rieser, PPG Industries, Inc.; & 
Arnold W. Siegel & Alan M. Nahum, University of 
California , Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 167-190, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



HUMAN SIMULATION TECHNIQUES BY COLLISION RESEARCHERS, 
Derwyn M. Severy, University of California , Institute 
of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; 8th Stapp Car Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 114-127, Wayne 
State University Press. Detroit, Mich. 



PREDICTIONS OF MATHEMATICAL MODELS COMPARED WITH IMPACT 
SLED TEST RESULTS USING ANTHROPOMETRIC DUMMIES, 
D. H. Robbins, R. 0. Bennett, A. W. Henke, & N. N. Alem, 
University of Michigan, Highway Safety Research Institute 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of the Fourteenth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 1970, pp. 299-328, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



SOPHISTICATED SAM--A NEW CONCEPT IN DUMMIES, Aaron 
Bloom, Sierra Engineering Company, Sierra Madre, Calif.; 
William G. Cichowski, General Motors Proving Ground, 
Safety Test Engineering Dept.-, Warren, Mich.; & Verne 
L. Roberts, University of Michigan , Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680031, 6 pp. 



INJURIES FROM OCCUPANT RESTRAINTS 

UNUSUAL ABDOMINAL INJURIES DUE TO SEAT BELTS, 
Roy Gerritsen; Alfred S. Frobese, Abington Memorial 
Hospital , Abington, Pa.; & Pio J. Pezzi; Journal 
of the Albert Einstein Medical Center , Vol. 14, 
January 1966, pp. 63-66 



PATHOLOGIST'S SUB-LETHAL DETERMINATIONS, Michael A. 
Luongo, Boston University , Department of Law & 
Medicine, Boston, Mass.; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 324-344, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



THE SEAT BELT SYNDROME, John W. Garrett & Paul W. 



Braunstein , presented at the Twenty-first Annual 
Session of the American Association for the Surgery 
of Trauma, Chicago, 111., September 28-30, 1961; 
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THE AUTOMOBILE SEAT BELT AND ABDOMINAL INJURY, Horace E. 
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HUMAN SIMULATIONS FOR AUTOMOTIVE RESEARCH, Derwyn M. 
Severy, University of California. Dept. of Engineering, 
Los Angeles, Calif., Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc. Report No. SP-266, January 1965, 88 pp. 



RESEARCH ON A DISTRIBUTED PARAMETER MATHEMATICAL MODEL 
OF THE HUMAN BODY IN DYNAMIC MECHANICAL ENVIRONMENTS, 
Horst E. Krause & Mehdi Shirazi, University of Dayton , 
Research Institute, Dayton, Ohio, Contract No. F33615-69- 
C-1681, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Air Force Systems 
Command, Aerospace Medical Div., Aerospace Medical 
Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, Report No. AMRL-TR-70-113, December 1970, 137 pp., 
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INTRA-ABDOMINAL INJURIES CAUSED BY AUTOMOBILE SEAT 
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MESENTERY AND BOWEL INJURY FROM AUTOMOTIVE SEAT BELTS, 
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SEAT BELT USE AND INJURY PATTERNS IN AUTOMOBILE 
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INJURIES DUE TO AUTOMOBILE SEAT BELTS, Frank R . 

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1968, pp. 828-830 



UNUSUAL ABDOMINAL INJURIES DUE TO SEAT BELTS, 
Roy Gerritsen ; Alfred S. Frobese; & Pio J. Pezzi; 
Journal of the Albert Einstein Medical Center , Vol. 14, 
January 1966, pp. 63-66 



INJURIES FROM SEAT BELTS, Klaus D. Backwinkel, 
Jackson Clinic , Department of Surgery, Madison, Wis.: 
reprint Journal of the American Medical Association, 
Vol. 205, No. 5, July 29, 1968, pp. 305-308 



IMPACT INJURY TO THE PREGNANT FEMALE AND FETUS IN 
LAP BELT RESTRAINT, Richard G. Snyder & Clyde C. Snow, 
Federal Aviation Agency , Civil Aeromedical Institute, 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; Warren M. Crosby, University of 
Oklahoma, School of Medicine, Normal, Okla.; Peter 
Hanson, Jerry Fineg & Richard Chandler, U. S. Air 
Force, 657Lst Aeromedical Research Lab.; Proceedings 
of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 
1966, pp. 249-259, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



SEAT-BELT FRACTURES OF THE SPINE AND STERNUM, Barry D. 
Fletcher & Byron G. Brogdon, Johns Hopkins Hospital , 
Department of Radiology, Baltimore, Md.; reprint 
Journal of the American Medical Association , Vol. 200, 
No. 2, April 10, 1967, pp. 177-178 



SEAT-BELT INJURIES, J. B. Hamilton, Lurgan & Portado ur 
Hospita l, Lurgan, County Armagh, N. Ireland; British 
Medical Journal , Vol. 4, November 23, 1968, pp. 485-6 



PATHOLOGY OF TRAUMA ATTRIBUTED TO RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN 
CRASH IMPACTS, Richard G. Snyder & Joseph W. Young, 
Ford Motor Co., Biomechanics Department, Automotive 
Safety Research Office, Dearborn, Mich.; Clyde C. Snow 
& G. Townley Price, Federal Aviation Administration, 
Department of Transportation, Oklahoma City, Okla.; & 
W. M. Crosby, University of Oklahoma, Schoolof 
Medicine, Oklahoma City, Okla.; reprint Aerospace 
Medicine, Vol. 39, No. 8, August 1968, pp. 812-829 



SEAT BELT INJURIES IN IMPACT, R. G. Snyder & J. W. 
Young, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.; W. M. Crosby, 
University of Oklahoma, School of Medicine, Oklahoma 
City, Okla.; C. C. Snow, Federal Aviation Agency , 
Civil Aeromedical Research Institute, Oklahoma City, 
Okla.; P. Hanson, U. S. Air Force, 6571st Aeromedical 
Research Lab., Holloraan Air Force Base, New Mexico; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 188-210, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

INJURY PRODUCED BY SEAT BELTS- -RE PORT OF 2 CASES, 
Peter Fisher , Seattle, Wash.; reprint Journal of 
Occupational Medicine , Vol. 7, May 1965, pp. 211-212 



SEAT BELT INJURY: CASE OF COMPLETE TRANSECTION OF 
PREGNANT UTERUS, R. Dale McCormick, York, Pa.; reprint 
Journal American Osteopathic Association , Vol. 67, 
June 1968, pp. 1139-1141 



TRANSVERSE PELVIC LOADING DUE TO SEAT BELTS, R. F. 
Chandler, National Bureau of Standards , Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Occupant Restraint Systems 
Section, Washington, D. C, NBS Report No. 10 372, 
November 1970, 15 pp., 5 figs. 



FULCRUM FRACTURES OF THE LUMBAR SPINE- -TRANSVERSE 
FRACTURE INDUCED BY AN IMPROPERLY PLACED SEAT BELT, 
Willard J. Howland, Joseph L. Curry & Carroll B. 
Buffington, Ohio Valley General Hospital , Wheeling, 
W. Va.; reprint Journal American Medical Association , 
Vol. 193, No. 3, July 19, 1965, pp. 240-241 



PATHOLOGY OF TRAUMA ATTRIBUTED TO RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN 
CRASH IMPACTS, Richard G. Snyder 6. Joseph W. Young, 
Ford Motor Co ., Biomechanics Department, Automotive 
Safety Research Office, Dearborn, Mich.; Clyde C. Snow 
& G. Townley Price, Federal Aviation Administration, 
Department of Transportation, Oklahoma City, Okla.; & 
W. M. Crosby, University of Oklahoma, School of 
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Medicine , Vol. 39, No. 8, August 1968, pp. 812-829 



SEAT BELT INJURIES IN IMPACT 
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of Trauma, Chicago, 111., September 28-30, 1961; 
reprint The Journal of Trauma , May 1962, Vol. 2, No. 
pp. 220-237 



UNUSUAL ABDOMINAL INJURIES DUE TO SEAT BELTS, 
Roy Gerritsen; Alfred S. Frobese, Abington Memorial 
Hospital, Abington, Pa.; & Pio J. Pezzi ; Journal 
of the Albert Einstein Medical Center , Vol. 14, 
January 1966, pp. 63-66 



CAR SEAT -BELTS --AN ANALYSIS OF THE INJURIES SUSTAINED 
BY CAR OCCUPANTS, R. D. Lister & Barbara M. Milsom, 
Road Research Lab ., Department of Scientific & In- 
dustrial Research, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England; 
reprint The Practitioner , Vol. 191, September 1963, 
pp. 332-340 



RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN RACING ACCIDENTS, John D. States, 
University of Rochester, Orthopaedic Surgery Div., 
Rochester, N. Y.; David Ryon, Rochester Applied 
Science Associates, Inc. , New York, N. Y., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690246, 8 pp. 



SEAT BELT INJURIES AND LEGAL ASPECTS, J. W. McRoberts, 
Sheboygan Clinic , Sheboygan, Wis.; Industrial Medicine 
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IMPACT INJURY TO THE PREGNANT FEMALE AND FETUS IN 
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Federal Aviation Agency, Civil Aeromedical Institute, 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; Warren M. Crosby, University of 
Oklahoma, School of Medicine, Normal, Okla.; Peter 
Hanson, Jerry Fineg & Richard Chandler, U. S. Air 
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of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 
1966, pp. 249-259, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



MESENTERY AND BOWEL INJURY FROM AUTOMOTIVE SEAT BELTS, 
Charles L. White, U.S. Air Force , Hospital Scott, 
Scott Air Force Base, Dept. of Surgery, Belleville, 111. 
City Hospital, St. Louis, Mo.; Annals of Surgery , Vol. 
167, No. 4, April 1968, pp. 486-492 



THE SEAT BELT AS A CAUSE OF INJURY, Richard G. Snyder, 
University of Michigan, Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Biomedical Department, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
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SEAT BELT INJURIES IN IMPACT, R. G. Snyder & J. W. 
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University of Oklahoma, School of Medicine, Oklahoma 
City, Okla.; C. C. Snow, Federal Aviation Agency, 
Civil Aeromedical Research Institute, Oklahoma City, 
Okla.; P. Hanson, U. S. Air Force, 6571st Aeromedical 
Research Lab., Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 188-210, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



PATHOLOGY OF TRAUMA ATTRIBUTED TO RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN 
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Ford Motor Co., Biomechanics Department, Automotive 
Safety Research Office, Dearborn, Mich.; Clyde C. Snow 
& G. Townley Price, Federal Aviation Administration, 
Department of Transportation, Oklahoma City, Okla.; & 
W. M. Crosby, University of Oklahoma , School of 
Medicine, Oklahoma City, Okla.; reprint Aerospace 
Medicine, Vol. 39, No. 8, August 1968, pp. 812-829 



ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES TO CAR OCCUPANTS WEARING SAFETY 
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in Traffic Studies, London, England, 1967, 12 pp., 
'7 figs. 



SEAT BELT INJURIES, Samuel D. Porter & Edward W. 
Green, University Hospitals , Department of Surgery, 
Iowa City, Iowa; reprint Archives of Surgery , Vol. 96, 
No. 2, February 1968, pp. 242-246 



SEAT BELT INJURIES IN IMPACT, R. G. Snyder & J. W. 
Young, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.; W. M. Crosby, 
University of Oklahoma , School of Medicine, Oklahoma 
City, Okla.; C. C. Snow, Federal Aviation Agency, 
Civil Aeromedical Research Institute, Oklahoma City, 
Okla.; P. Hanson, U. S. Air Force, 6571st Aeromedical 
Research Lab., Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 188-210, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



THE SEAT BELT SYNDROME--THE SEAT BELT SIGN, INTESTINAL 
AND MESENTERIC INJURIES, Kemp B. Doersch & William E. 
Dozier, University of California , School of Medicine, 
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833 



THE NATURE OF SEAT BELT INJURIES, James S. Williams, 
University of Rochester , School of Medicine & Dentistry, 
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of the Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 
17-18, 1970, pp. 44-65, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



FATAL NECK INJURIES CAUSED BY USE OF DIAGONAL SAFETY 
BELTS, Tom Saldeen, University of Lund , Department of 
Forensic Medicine, Sweden; Journal of Trauma , Vol. 7, 
No. 6, pp. 856-862 



RUPTURE OF THE DUODENUM PRODUCED BY A SAFETY BELT, 
Brian Buxton, University of Melbourne , Royal Melbourne 
Hospital, Department of Surgery, Melbourne, Australia; 
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery, Vol. 38, 
No. 4, May 1969, pp. 315-320 



RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN RACING ACCIDENTS, John D. States, 
University of Rochester , Orthopaedic Surgery Div., 
Rochester, N. Y.; David Ryon, Rochester Applied 
Science Associates, Inc., New York, N. Y., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690246, 8 pp. 



RESTRAINT SYSTEMS RESEARCH, MECHANICS & TESTING 



LAP SEAT BELT INJURIES: THE TREATMENT OF THE FORTUNATE 
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William C. Grabb, Jeremiah G. Turcotte & Donald F. 
Huelke, University of Michigan , Medical School, Ann 
Arbor, Mich.; reprint Michigan Medicine , Vol. 67, 
No. 3, February 1968, pp. 171-186 



A BRIEF REVIEW OF SAFETY MEASURES IN THE AUTOMOTIVE 
AND AIRCRAFT FIELDS IN AUSTRALIA, A. Peter Vulcan, 
Aeronautical Research Labs ., Melbourne, Australia; 
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November 11-13, 1963, pp. 468-469, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



A NEW PATTERN OF SPINE INJURY ASSOCIATED WITH LAP-TYPE 
SEAT BELTS: A PRELIMINARY REPORTS William S. Smith & 
Herbert Kaufer, University of Michigan , Department of 
Surgery, Ann Arbor, Mich.; reprint University of 
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1967, pp. 99-104 



INVESTIGATIONS ON LONG -STRETCHING BODY RESTRAINTS, 
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AIRCRAFT CARGO RESTRAINT SYSTEM, A. Russo, AIL_Amer.icai) 
En gineerin g Company. Wilmington, Delaware, Contract No. 
DA44-177-AMC-68(T), prepared for U. S. Army Aviation 
Materiel Lab., Fort Eustis, Va., Project 1F121401A254, 
USAAVLABS Tech. Report 66-50, September 1966, 171 pp. 



TECHNICAL FINDINGS FROM FULL-SCALE VEHICLE BRIDGE 
BARRIER IMPACT TESTS, E. F. Nordlin 6. R. N. Field 
California Division of Highways , Materials & Research 
Dept.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 78-126, Charles 
C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



POSTAL VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEM, I. R. Smith, E. J. 
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Wilmington, Del., for Post Office Department, Bureau of 
Research & Engineering, Washington, D. C, AAE Proposal 
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A RESEARCH PROGRAM TO DEVELOP A 60 "G" PERSONNEL 
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Corporation , Vought Astronautics Div.; Impact 
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Sciences-National Research Council, Washington, D. C, 
Publication 977, 1962, pp. 259-264 



DYNAMIC RESEARCH OF HUMAN RESTRAINING DEVICES, Emile 
L. Provost & John 0. Moore, American Safety Equipment 
Corp . , New York, N. Y.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Con. 
ference Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 145- 
154, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



MOTIONS OF THE HEAD AND TRUNK ALLOWED BY SAFETY BELT 
RESTRAINT DURING IMPACT, John J. Swear ingen & Dorothy 
J. Morrow, Civil Aeronautics Administration, Office of 
Aviation Safety, Dept. of Commerce, Washington, D. C, 
Project No. 53-204, June 1956, 20 pp. 



DYNAMIC RESEARCH OF PASSENGER RESTRAINING DEVICES, 
D. J. Schrum & E. L. Provost, American Safety Equip- 
ment Corp . ; 8th Stapp Car Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 346-351, Wayne 
State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



SEAT BELTS FOR CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, R. A. Bllancia, 
Coach ft Car Equipment Corporation , presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers National Farm, 
Construction and Industrial Machinery Meeting, 
Milwaukee, Wis., September 8-11, 1969, SAE Report 
No. 690568, 5 pp. 



DYNAMIC RESEARCH OF UPPER TORSO RESTRAINTS, E. L. 
Provost & D . J. Schrum, American Safety Equipment 
Corp . , Rochester, N. Y.; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 83-92, 
Nolte Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



PROBLEMS WITH THE THREE-POINT BELT INSTALLATIONS AND 
POSSIBLE S0LUTI0NS--PART II, Roy Lininger, Colorado 
Safety Car Committee , Denver, Colo.; The Seventh Stapp 
Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 
1963, pp. 159-162, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, 111. 



EFFECTIVENESS OF SAFETY DEVICES ON COLLISION 
CONSEQUENCES: A FUNDAMENTAL STUDY, J. Hamon, 
Automobiles Peugeot , Paris Engineering Center; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 149-166, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



DESIGN OF FIELD AND CRASH TEST PROGRAMS FOR INFLATABLE 
OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, R. D. Leis, C. W. Hamilton 
& E. S. Cheaney, Battelle Memorial Institute , 
Columbus Labs., Columbus, Ohio, Contract No. FH-11-75 29, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. BCL-G-0555, November 12, 
1970, 96 pp. 



AN ENERGY-ABSORBING RESTRAINT SYSTEM, R. W. McLay, 
University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt., F. J. Blackstone , 
Burlington, Vt . ; & P. K. Das, Yale University, New Haven 
Conn., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 710078, 14 pp. 



COMPILATION OF DATA ON CREW EMERGENCY ESCAPE SYSTEMS, 
John 0. Bull, Edward L. Serocki & Howard L. McDowell, 
et al., The Boeing Co . , Renton, Wash., Technical Report 
No. AFFDL-TR-66-150, September 1966, 337 pp. 



DYNAMIC TESTS OF AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER RESTRAINING 
DEVICES, Irving Michelson & Boris Tourin, Consumers 
Union of U. S., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. ; Bertil Aldman, 
Official Swedish Council on Road Safety Research, 
Stockholm, Sweden; & Jeremy Mitchell, Consumers' 
Association , London, England; National Research 
Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, 
Highway Research Record No. 4, 1963, pp. 62-90 



DYNAMIC TESTS OF RESTRAINING DEVICES FOR AUTOMOBILE 
PASSENGERS, Irving Michelson & Boris Tourin, Consumers 
Union, Mount Vernon, N. Y.; Bertil Aldman, Official 
Swedish Council on Road Safety Research, Stockholm, 
Sweden; Jeremy Mitchell, Consumers' Association , London, 
England; reprint Public Health Reports , Vol. 79, No. 2, 
February 1964, pp. 125-135 



RESTRAINING CHARACTERISTICS OF HARNESSES, Boris Tourin 
& Irving Michelson, Consumers Union, Public Service 
Projects, Mount Vernon, N. Y.; Bertil Aldman, Official 
Swedish Council on Road Safety Research, Stockholm, 
Sweden; & Jeremy Mitchell, Consumers' Association . 
Ltd . , London, England; Proceedings of the Sixth Stapp 
Car Crash and Field Demonstration Conference, November 
7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 138-149, University Microfilms, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



AUTOMATIC LOCKING AND RETRACTABLE BELTS— THEIR USE AND 
TESTING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, F. A. Redfern, ^ritigh. 
Standards Tnst 1 tu t -ton , Hemel Hempstead, Herts, England; 
reprint Bulletin D 'Information du Centre International 
de Documentation de L 1 Inspection Techniques des Vehicules 
Automobiles, March 21, 1965, No. 21, p2.1-2.16 



CONSUMERS UNION'S DYNAMIC TESTS OF SEAT BELTS, Irving 
Michelson & Boris Tourin, Consumers Union of U. S., Inc . 
Dept. of Public Service Projects, Mount Vernon, N. Y.; 
The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash 6* Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 243-248, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



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DYNAMIC TESTS OF AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER RESTRAINING 
DEVICES, Irving Michelson & Boris Tourin, Consumers 
Union of U. S. , Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Bertil Aldman, 
Official Swedish Council on Road Safety Research, 
Stockholm, Sweden; & Jeremy Mitchell, Consumers' 
Association, London, England; National Research 
Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, 
Highway Research Record No. 4, 1963, pp. 62-90 



DYNAMIC TESTS OF RESTRAINING DEVICES FOR AUTOMOBILE 
PASSENGERS, Irving Michelson & Boris Tourin, Consumers 
Union, Mount Vernon, N. Y.; Bertil Aldman, Official 
Swedish Council on Road Safety Research, Stockholm, 
Sweden; Jeremy Mitchell, Consumers' Association, London, 
England; reprint Public Health Reports , Vol. 79, No. 2, 
February 1964, pp. 125-135 



DESIGN OF LOW COST SEATING FOR EFFECTIVE PACKAGING OF 
VEHICLE OCCUPANTS, Bernard C. Hilton, Cox of Watford 
Ltd . ; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 207-218, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ANALYSIS OF OCCUPANT MOVEMENTS IN REAR-END COLLISION- 
PART II, ON THE FACTORS AFFECTING MOVEMENT OF OCCUPANT 
IN REAR-END COLLISION, Hirosuke Furusho, Kazuo Yokoya 
& Syotaro Nlshino, Daihatsu Kogyo Co., Ltd ., Vehicle 
Safety Experiment Section, Osaka, Japan, Paper No. 14, 
Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., Society of Automotive 
Engineers of Japan, Stability and Control Committee, 
Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 14 pp. 



RESTRAINING CHARACTERISTICS OF HARNESSES, Boris Tourin 
& Irving Michelson, Consumers Union , Public Service 
Projects, Mount Vernon, N. Y.; Bertil Aldman, Official 
Swedish Council on Road Safety Research, Stockholm, 
Sweden; & Jeremy Mitchell, Consumers' Association, 
Ltd., London, England; Proceedings of the Sixth Stapp 
Car Crash and Field Demonstration Conference, November 
7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 138-149, University Microfilms, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



ANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMICS OF AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER- 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, Raymond R. McHenry, Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc. , Transportation Research 
Dept., Buffalo, N. Y., The Seventh Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 207- 
249, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



AN ANALYTICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE CAUSES OF 
"SUBMARINING" RESPONSES OF ANTHROPOMETRIC DUMMIES IN 
TESTS OF AUTOMOBILE RESTRAINT HARNESSES, Raymond R. 
McHenry & Kenneth N. Naab, Cornell University . Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. 
PH-108-66-98, prepared for U. S. Public Health Service, 
Experimental Research Branch, Accident Prevention 
Division, Washington, D. C .. CAL Report No. YM-2250-V-1, 
December 1966, 78 pp. 



COMPUTER SIMULATION OF THE AUTOMOBILE CRASH VICTIM IN A 
FRONTAL COLLISION--A VALIDATION STUDY, Raymond R. 
McHenry & Kenneth N. Naab, Cornell University , Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. 
PH 108-65-174, prepared for U. S. Public Health Service, 
Experimental Research Branch, Accident Prevention Div., 
Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. YB-2126-V-1R, July 
1966, 126 pp. 



AN EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF THE 1969 VOLKSWAGEN 1500 
RESTRAINT SYSTEM AND FRONT SEAT ASSEMBLY, N. E. 
Shoemaker, D. J. Segal, & K. N. Naab, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. , Buffalo, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6918, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
CAL Report No. YB-2684-V-100, July 11, 1969, 105 pp. 



INTEGRATED SEAT AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT PERFORMANCE, 
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc. , Buffalo, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6631, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
CAL Report No. YB-2499-V-1, September 1967, 132 pp. 



DESIGN FOR SEAT BELT ANCHORAGE; reprint Automotive 
Design Engineering, Vol. 7, November 1968, pp. 65-6, 
69 



AIR PILLOW OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEM - AUTOMATIC AND 
EFFECTIVE, D. Peter Hass, Eaton Yale & Towne Inc ., 
Auto-Ceptor Division, Washington, D. C; Proceedings of 
the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, October 16 & 17, 
1969, pp. 221-237, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 



AUTOMATIC INFLATABLE OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEM--PART I, 
CONCEPT FEASIBILITY AND SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT, R. M. 
Kemmerer, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich., R. Chute 
& D. P. Hass, Eaton Yale & Towne, Inc .; PART II, 
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND PRODUCT IMPLICATIONS, 
W. K. Slack, Ford Motor Company, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680033, 19 pp. 



INVESTIGATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS 
FOR INTEGRATED SEAT AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT, Fairchild 
Hiller Corp . , Republic Aviation Div., Farmingdale, 
Long Island, N. Y. , Contract No. FH-11-6630, prepared 
for National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, Report No. 142, 
September 1967, 232 pp. 



THE ANGLE OF SHOULDER SLOPE IN NORMAL MALES AS A 
FACTOR IN SHOULDER-HARNESS DESIGN, Clyde C. Snow & A. 
Howard Hasbrook, Federal Aviation Administration, Civil 
Aeromedical Research Institute, Office of Aviation 
Medicine, Oklahoma City, Okla., Report No. AM 65-14, 
March 1965, 3 pp. 



BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH STUDIES IN ACCELERATION, IMPACT, 
WEIGHTLESSNESS, VIBRATION, AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE AND 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
Richard G. Snyder, John Ice & Judith C. Duncan, 
Federal Aviation Agency , Civil Aeromedical Research 
Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., Alvin S. Hyde, 
Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Aerospace Medical 
Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and 
Sidney Leverett, Jr., USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, 
Aerospace Medical Div., Brooks Air Forqe Base, Texas, 
December 1963, 3,072 pp. 



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BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH STUDIES IN ACCELERATION, IMPACT, 
WEIGHTLESSNESS, VIBRATION, AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE AND 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
John Ice & Richard G. Snyder, Federal Aviation Agency , 
Civil Aeromedical Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., 
Alvin S. Hyde, USAF Aerospace Medical Research Labs., 
Aerospace Medical Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force 
Base, Ohio, & Sidney Leverett, Jr., USAF School of 
Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical Div., Brooks 
Air Force Base, Texas, SUPPLEMENT 1, September 1966, 

3,010 pp. 



EXPERIMENTAL COMPARISON OF TRAUMA IN LATERAL (4€y), 
REARWARD FACING (+Gx), AND FORWARD FACING (-Cx) BODY 
ORIENTATIONS WHEN RESTRAINED BY LAP BELT ONLY, Richard 
G. Snyder, Clyde C. Snow, Joseph W. Young, George T. 
Price & Peter Hanson, Federal Aviation Agency , Civil 
Aeromedical Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla.; reprint 
Aerospace Medicine, September 1967, Vol. 38, No. 9, 



pp. 889-894 



AUTOMATIC INFLATABLE OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEM--PART I, 
CONCrPT FEASIBILITY AND SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT, R. M. 
Kemmerer, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich., R. Chute 
& D. P. Hass, Eaton Yale & Towne, Inc.; PART II, 
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND PRODUCT IMPLICATIONS, 
W. K. Slack, Ford Motor Company, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680033, 19 pp. 



BARRIER COLLISION INVESTIGATION OF HARNESS RESTRAINING 
SYSTEMS, R. H. Fredericks, Ford Motor Co ., Dearborn, 
Mich.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 3-17, Charles 
C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



DYNAMIC PROBLEMS WITH AN AIR BAG RESTRAINT SYSTEM, 
J. A. Pflug, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 710021, 5 pp. 



EXPERIMENTAL IMPACT PROTECTION WITH ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: PRELIMINARY PRIMATE TESTS WITH AIR 
BAG AND INERTIA REEL/INVERTED-Y YOKE TORSO HARNESS, 
Richard G. Snyder & Joseph W. Young, Ford Motor Co., 
Dearborn, Mich.; Clyde C. Snow, Federal Aviation 
Administration , Dept. of Transportation, Oklahoma City, 
Okla.; 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
October 10-11, 1967, pp. 271-285, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



EFFECT OF BODY RESTRAINTS ON DRIVER REACH, John W. 
Chaffee, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich.; 1970 



International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 70-81; SAE Report No. 700359 



A FUNCTIONAL COMPARISON OF BASIC RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, 
Joseph W. Young, F^ej^LAvlatJj>n_AdminJ^tiatJLo_n., 
Office of Aviation Medicine, Civil Aeromedical Institute, 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Report No. AM 67-13, June 1967, 
16 pp. 



CATAPULT CRASH TESTING, Enzo Franchini, Fiat Auto-Avio 
Research Laboratories, Dynamic Tests Laboratory; 



reprint Technical Aspects of Road Safety Bulletin 
d'Information du C .I.D .I.T.V.A. , No. 20, December 1964, 



pp. 



2.1-2.49 



EXPERIMENTAL IMPACT PROTECTION WITH ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: PRELIMINARY PRIMATE TESTS WITH AIR 
BAG AND INERTIA REEL/INVERTED-Y YOKE TORSO HARNESS, 
Richard G. Snyder & Joseph W. Voung, Ford Motor Co . , 
Dearborn, Mich.; Clyde C. Snow, Federal Aviation 
Administration, Dept. of Transportation, Oklahoma City, 
Okla.; 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
October 10-11, 1967, pp. 271-285, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc. ," New York, N. Y. 



STOPPING THE OCCUPANT OF A CRASHING VEHICLE--A FUNDA- 
MENTAL STUDY, Adolf Egli, Ford Motor Company, Detroit, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670038, 56 pp. 



CRASH SURVIVAL DESIGN GUIDE, J. W. Turnbow, D. F. 
Carroll, J. L. Haley, Jr., W. H. Reed, S. H. Robertson 
& L. W. T. Weinberg, Flight Safety Foundation, Aviation 
Safety Engineering & Research Div., Phoenix Ariz., 
Contract No. DA 44-177^AMC-360(T), prepared for U. S. 
Army Aviation Materiel Labs., Fort Eustis, Va., USAAV- 
LABS Technical Report 67-22, July 1967, 253 pp. 



WHY A SECOND COLLISION? George Muller, Ford Motor Co ., 
Light Vehicle Concepts Dept., Dearborn, Mich.; Proc . 
Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 272-284, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



EFFECT OF RAPID LOADING RATES ON THE STRESS-STRAIN 
PROPERTIES OF RESTRAINT WEBBING, Joseph L. Haley, Jr., 
Flight Safety Foundation, Inc ., Aviation Safety 
Engineering & Research Div., Phoenix, Ariz.; Proceed- 
ings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
November 8-9, 1966, pp. 219-226, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



THE DYNAMICS OF HUMAN RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, Peter R. Payne, 
Frost Engineering Development Corporation , Englewood, 
Colo.; Impact Acceleration Stress--A Symposium, National 
Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 
Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 1962, pp. 195-257 



FUNDAMENTALS OF KINETICS AND KINEMATICS AS APPLIED TO 
INJURY REDUCTION, Joseph L. Haley, Jr., Flight Safety 
Foundation, Inc ., Phoenix, Arz.; Impact Injury and 
Crash Protection, publisher Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 423-441 



OPTIMIZATIONS OF HUMAN RESTRAINT SYSTEMS FOR SHORT- 
PERIOD ACCELERATION, Peter R. Payne, Frost Engineering 
Development Corporation , Englewood, Colo.; Biomechanics 
Monograph , American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 33-56 



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PERSONNEL RESTRAINT AND SUPPORT SYSTEM DYNAMICS, 
Peter R. Payne, Frost Engineering Development Corp ., 
Englewood, Colo., Contract No. AF 33 (657) - 9514, 
prepared for U. S. Air Force, Aerospace Medical 
Research Labs., Aerospace Medical Div., Air Force 
Systems Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, Report No. AMRL-TR-65-127, October 1965, 89 pp. 
AD 624 487 



HUMAN TOLERANCE TO AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT HARNESS 
ACTIVATOR FORCES, Richard V. Ganslen, McDonnell 
Aircraft Corporation , Aerospace Medicine, St. Louis, 
Mo. j Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 13-18, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



A REVIEW OF RESTRAINT SYSTEMS TEST METHODS, Ernest L. 
Stech, Frost Engineering Development Corporation , 
Englewood, Colo.; Biomechanics Monograph , American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y., 
1967, pp. 67-81 



OPTIMUM OCCUPANT RESTRAINTS, John Searle, Motor 
Industry Research Association , Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England; 1970 International Automobile 
Safety Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive 
Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 1024-1045; 
SAE Report No. 700422 



CRASH SENSOR DEVELOPMENT, Trevor 0. Jones & Oliver T. 
McCarter, General Motors Corporation , Electronic Control 
Systems, Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 
710016, 14 pp. 



STUDY OF REACH TO CAR CONTROLS WHILE RESTRAINED BY A LAP 
AND DIAGONAL BELT, CM. Haslegrave, Motor Industry 
Research Association , Lindley, near Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England; Motor Industry Research Assn ., 
Bulletin No. 1, 1970, pp. 11-15 



IMPACT DYNAMICS OF UNRESTRAINED, LAP BELTED, AND 
LAP AND DIAGONAL CHEST BELTED VEHICLE OCCUPANTS, 
L. M. Patrick & H. J. Mertz, Jr., Wayne State 
University, Detroit, Mich.; C. K. Kroell, General 
Motors Corp . , Research Labs., Detroit, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
November 8-9, 1966, pp. 46-93, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



AIRBAG RESTRAINTS AND ALRLITTER SYSTEMS FOR THE 
ALLEVIATION OF HIGHWAY INJURY, Carl C. Clark, Library 
of Congress , Science & Technology Div., Washington, 
D. C; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway 
Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 221-237, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



THE ANALYTICAL PERFORMANCE OF AN AIRSTOP RESTRAINT 
SYSTEM IN AN AUTOMOBILE CRASH, Carl Clark, and Carl 
Blechschmidt , Martin Company, Life Sciences Section, 
Research Department, Baltimore, Md., Report No. ER 
14005, October 1965, 44 pp. 



HUMAN TRANSPORTATION FATALITIES AND PROTECTION 
AGAINST REAR AND SIDE CRASH LOADS BY THE AIRSTOP 
RESTRAINT, Carl Clark & Carl Blechschmidt, Martin Co ., 
Research Dept., Life Sciences Section, Baltimore, Md.; 
Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 20-21, 1965, pp. 19-64, Nolte Center for 
Continuing Education, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



AVERAGE 1968 AUTOMOBILE DRIVER'S RESTRAINT ANCHORAGE 
LOCATIONS, Johnathan A. Haines, National Bureau of 
Standards , Institute for Applied Technology, Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Washington, D. C, NBS Report 
No. 10 231, September 17, 1968, 59 pp. 



AVERAGE 1970 AUTOMOBILE DRIVER'S RESTRAINT ANCHORAGE 
LOCATIONS, Johnathan A. Haines, Jr., National Bureau of 
Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Occupant 
Restraint Systems Section, Washington, D. C, NBS 
Report No. 10 383, November 1970, 10 pp. 



COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF DUMMY PERFORMANCE UNDER -C x 
IMPACT, Richard F. Chandler & Robert A . 'christian, 
National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle System:; 
Research, Washington, D. C.j Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 61-75, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



CRASH TESTING OF HUMANS IN AUTOMOBILE SEATS, Richard F. 
Chandler & Robert A. Christian, National Bureau of 
Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C.j 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium, Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 112-132; SAE Report 
No. 700361 



EVALUATION OF THE THREE-POINT SEAT BELT TEST METHOD, 
R. W. Armstrong, A. B. Castle, Jr., National Bureau of 
Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Occupant 
Restraint Systems Section, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Washington, D. C, NBS Report No. 10 507, 
January 1971, 6 pp., 5 figs. 



IMPACT PROTECTION WITH THE "AIRSTOP" RESTRAINT SYSTEM, 
Carl Clark, Carl Blechschmidt & Fay Gordon, Martin 
Co., Baltimore, Md . ; 8th Stapp Car Crash & Field 
Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 
79-113, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH IN MOTOR VEHICLE OCCUPANT 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, P. J. Brown, National Bureau of 
Standards , Washington, D. C; IEEE Transactions on 
Man-Machine Systems , Vol. MMS-9, No. 3, September 1968, 
pp. 88-89 



BEITRAG ZUR DYNAMISCHEN PRUFUNG VON SICHERHEITSGURTEN 
(CONTRIBUTIONS TO DYNAMIC TESTING OF SEAT BELTS), 
R. Coermann & W. Lange, Max-Planck-Instltut fur 
Arbeitsphyslologie , Dortmund, Germany; reprint 
Automoblltechnische Zeitschrlft , 70, August 1968, pp. 
280-287 



A LIMITED INVESTIGATION OF AUTOMOTIVE USED SEAT BELTS, 

C. H. Melton & A. B. Castle, Jr., National Bureau of 
Standards , Occupant Restraints Section, Washington, 

D. C, NBS Project 4080402, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, NBS Report No. 10 538, 
February 1971, 31 pp. 



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NBS DYNAMIC SEAT BELT TESTER, Richard W. Armstrong, 
National Bureau of Standards , Washington, D. C.; 
Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
November 8-9, 1966, pp. 38-45, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



PROPOSED FEDERAL STANDARD FOR DYNAMIC TESTINC OF SEAT 
BELT ASSEMBLIES, Richard W. Armstrong, National Bureau 
of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Occupant Restraint Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
NBS Report No. 10 385, December 1970, 31 pp. 



RESTRAINT REQUIREMENTS FOR SIDE AND REAR FACING SEATS, 
Johnathan A. Haines, Jr., & Hal P. Waters, National 
Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Occupant Restraint Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
NBS Report No. 10 386, January 1971, 15 pp. 



SEAT BELT RETRACTOR STUDIES CONDUCTED BY THE OFFICE OF 
VEHICLE SYSTEMS RESEARCH, R. W. Armstrong & A. B. 
Castle, Jr., National Bureau of Standards , Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Occupant Restraint Systems 
Section, Washington, D. C, NBS Report No. 10 537, 
February 1971, 18 pp. 



SEAT BELT WEBBING ABRASION RESISTANCE TESTING MACHINE, 
Alfred B. Castle, Sr., National Bureau of Standards , 
Washington, D. C, Technical Note 437, November 1967, 
3 pp. 



SPACE ZONE COMFORT CONCEPT FOR UPPER TORSO RESTRAINT, 
J. A. Haines, R. W. Armstrong, National Bureau of 
Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Occupant 
Restraint Systems Section, Washington, D. C, NBS 
Report No. 10 384, November 1970, 21 pp. 



ANALYSIS AND BIODYNAMICS OF SELECTED ROCKET-SLED EXPERI- 
MENTS, J. P. Stapp, J. D. Mosely, C. F. Lombard, C. A. 
Nelson, G. Nichols & F. Larmie, Northrop Space Labs.. 
Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. AF4K609 )--2317, for 
USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical 
Division (AFSC), Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, July 
1964, 148 pp. 



ANALYTICAL EVALUATION OF RESTRAINING HARNESS MATERIALS, 
P. E. Finwall, Northrop Corp . , Norair Div., Hawthorne, 
Calif.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 275-283, 
Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



DEVELOPMENT OF SUPPORT AND RESTRAINT TECHNOLOGY, W. A. 
Robbins, G. L. Potter & C. F. Lombard, Northrop Corporate 
Laboratories , Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. F33615-67- 
C-1651, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson 
Air Force Base, Ohio, Report No. AMRL-TR-68-136, April 
1969, 61 pp. 



IMPACT PROTECTION BY ISOVOLUMETRIC CONTAINMENT OF THE 
TORSO, C. F. Lombard & S. H. Advani, Northrop Corp. , 
Space Labs., Hawthorne, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 1966, 
pp. 196-206, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



INSTRUMENTATION AND DROP-TESTING TECHNIQUES FOR 
INVESTIGATING FLIGHT VEHICLES AND PERSONNEL PROTECTIVE 
SYSTEMS, Richard Carpenter, Milton 0. Thompson & Joseph 
H. Bowers, Northrop Corporation , Flight Research 
Center, Hawthorne, Calif., prepared for National 
Aeronautics & Space Administration, Flight Research 
Center, Edwards, Calif., NASA Tech. Memorandum X-2149, 
January 1971, 18 pp. 



A STUDY OF SEAT BELT BUCKLE RELEASE METHODS, 
A. B. Castle, Jr., National Bureau of Standards , 
Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Occupant Restraint 
Systems Section, Washington, D. C, NBS Report No. 
10 387, January 1971, 11 pp. 



"MEGABOOM" LINEAR WINDBIAST TESTS ON SUBJECTS AND 
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, Northrop Corporation , Northrop 
Space Labs., Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. AF 41 
(657)-405, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Aerospace 
Medical Center, School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks 
Air Force Base, Texas, Report No. NSL 62-52, March 15, 
1962, 69 pp. 



TESTING PROGRAMS AND RESEARCH ON RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, 
R. W. Armstrong & H. P. Waters, National Bureau of 
Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Occupant Restraint Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690247, 
52 pp. 



DYNAMIC TESTS OF AUTOMOBILE PASSENGER RESTRAINING 
DEVICES, Irving Michelson & Boris Tourln, Consumers 
Union of U. S., Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Bertil Aldman, 
Official Swedish Council on Road Safety Research , 
Stockholm, Sweden; & Jeremy Mitchell, Consumers' 
Association, London, England; National Research 
Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, 
Highway Research Record No. 4, 1963, pp. 62-90 



TRANSVERSE PELVIC LOADING DUE TO SEAT BELTS, R. F. 
Chandler, National Bureau of Standards , Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Occupant Restraint Systems 
Section, Washington, D. C, NBS Report No. 10 372, 
November 1970, 15 pp., 5 figs. 



DYNAMIC TESTS OF RESTRAINTS FOR CHILDREN, Francis A. 
Appoldt, New York University , School of Engineering & 
Science, Research Div., New York, N. Y.; 8th Stapp 
Car Crash & Field Demonstration Conference, October 
21-23, 1964, pp. 329-345, Wayne State University Press, 
Detroit, Mich. 



INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PASSIVE RESTRAINTS, 
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, May 11-12, 1970, 
159 pp., PB 194 027 



DYNAMIC TESTS OF RESTRAINING DEVICES FOR AUTOMOBILE 
PASSENGERS, Irving Michelson & Boris Tourin, Consumers 
Union, Mount Vernon, N. Y.; Bertil Aldman, Official 
Swedish Council on Road Safety Research, Stockholm, 
Sweden; Jeremy Mitchell, Consumers' Association, London, 
England; reprint Public Health Reports, Vol. 79, No. 2, 
February 1964, pp. 125-135 



REQUIREMENTS FOR TESTING OF INERTIA REELS FOR HARNESSES, 
Bertil Aldman, Official Swedish Council , Road Safety 
Research, Stockholm, Sweden; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 533- 
540, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



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RESTRAINING CHARACTERISTICS OF HARNESSES, Boris Tourin 
& Irving Mlchelson, Consumers Union, Public Service 
Projects, Mount Vernon, N. Y.j Bertil Aldman, Official 
Swedish Council on Road Safety Research , Stockholm, 
Sweden; & Jeremy Mitchell, Consumers' Association, 
Ltd., London, England; Proceedings of the Sixth Stapp 
Car Crash and Field Demonstration Conference, November 
7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 138-149, University Microfilms, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



CONCLUSIONS REACHED BY INDEPENDENT PANEL ON AUTOMATIC 
SAFETY BELTS, Peter Roderick Limited , London, England, 
presented at the Britax London Ltd. Factory, Byfleet, 
England, March 20, 1968, 3 pp. 



OPTIMUM UTILIZATION OF THE VEHICLE AVAILABLE OCCUPANT 
SPACE TO ENSURE PASSENGER PROTECTION, C. Tarriere & 
R. Rebiffe, Peugeot-Renault Association , Physiology & 
Biomechanics Lab.; & J. Hammon & G. Mauron, Peugeot 
Research Management, Paris Research Center; 1970 
International Automotive Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 82-111; SAE Report No. 700360 



OPTIMUM UTILIZATION OF THE VEHICLE AVAILABLE OCCUPANT 
SPACE TO ENSURE PASSENGER PROTECTION, C. Tarriere & 
R. Rebiffe, Peugeot-Renault Association, Physiology & 
Biomechanics Lab.; & J. Hammon & G. Mauron, Peugeot 
Research Management , Paris Research Center; 1970 
International Automotive Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings, 
P-30, pp. 82-111; SAE Report No. 700360 



EFFECT OF SEAT HARNESS ON MOVEMENT OF CAR OCCUPANT IN 
A HEAD-ON COLLISION, G. Grime, Road Research Laboratory , 
Traffic & Safety, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England; 
National Research Council, Highway Research Board, 
Washington, D. C, Highway Research Record No. 4, 
1963, pp. 76-90 



THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CAR SEAT BELTS, G. Grime, Depart- 
ment of Scientific and Industrial Research, Road 
Research Laboratory , Crowthome Berks, England, 3 pp. 



PERFORMANCE OF SEAT-BELT ASSEMBLIES IN CONTROLLED IM- 
PACT TESTS, R. D. Lister & B. N. Farr, Department of 
Scientific & Industrial Research, Road Research Labora- 
tory. Crowthorne Berks, England; reprint Bull. Mot. 
Ind. Res. Ass ., 1963, Vol. 1 pp. 8-14 



THE PROTECTION OF CAR OCCUPANTS IN ACCIDENTS, G. Grime & 
R. D. Lister, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; Ergonomics 
and Safety in Motor Car Design , Proceedings-Institution 
of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 181, Part 3D, 1966-1967, 
pp. 9-18 



RESEARCH AT. THE ROAD RESEARCH LABORATORY INTO THE 
PROTECTION OF CAR OCCUPANTS, I. D. Neilson, Road 
Research Laboratory, Ministry of Transport, 
Harmondsworth, England; 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 207-219, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



WEBBINGS FOR USE IN AUTOMOBILE SEAT BELTS, Russell J. 
Neff, Phoenix Trimming Company , Chicago, 111.; 
Proceedings of the Sixth Stapp Car Crash and Field 
Demonstration Conference, November 7, 8, 9, 1963, 
pp. 134-137, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF THE RESTRAINT AFFORDED BY 
THE PRESENT AND TWO MODIFIED COMBINED HARNESSES FOR THE 
GNAT TRAINER AT HIGH FORWARD AND VERTICAL ACCELERATION, 
D. C. Reader, RAF Institute of Aviation Medicine , 
Farnborough, Hants., England, December 1968, 20 pp., 
N69-39431 



AN EVALUATION OF THE RESTRAINT AFFORDED BY A MODIFIED 
AEW GANNET UNDERWATER ESCAPE HARNESS AT HIGH FORWARD AND 
VERTICAL ACCELERATION, D. C. Reader & E. P. Beck, 
RAF Institute of Aviation Medicine , Farnborough, Hants., 
England, September 1968, 19 pp., N69-39563 



ANALYSIS OF INTERRELATION OF VEHICLE TO SEAT BELT AS 
A FUNCTION OF RIGIDITY OF THE VEHICLE, Claude Tarriere, 
Regie Natlonale des Usines Renault , Boulogne- 
Blllancourt (Seine), France; Proceedings of the Twelfth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, 
pp. 188-200, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



SAFETY CARS — PRINCIPLES GOVERNING THE DESIGN OF CARS 
AND SAFETY DEVICES, G. Grime, Road Research Lab., 
Ministry of Transport, Harmondsworth, England, Report 
No. 8, 1966, 44 pp. 



THE USE OF SEAT BELTS IN BRITAIN, G. Grime, Road 
Research Lab ., Dept. of Scientific & Industrial 
Research, Crowthorne, Berks, England; The Seventh Stapp 
Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, 
pp. 465-467, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 
111. 



CONSIDERATIONS FOR A LAP BELT-SHOULDER HARNESS ASSEMBLY, 
J. E. Sharp, Rose Manufacturing Co. , Denver, Colo.; 
The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 253-254, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



PROBLEMS WITH THE THREE-POINT BELT INSTALLATIONS AND 
POSSIBLE S0LUTI0NS--PART I, Jonathan E. Sharp, Rose 
Manufacturing Co ., Denver, Colo.; The Seventh Stapp 
Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 
1963, pp. 155-158, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, 111. 



STRAIN GAUGE BUCKLES FOR MEASURING LOADS IN WEBBING 
AND CORDAGE, K. James, Royal Aircraft Establishment , 
Ministry of Technology, Farnborough, Hants., England, 
Technical Report 69085, April 1969, 19 pp., 12 figs. 



THE DYNAMICS OF SAFETY BELTS IN MOTOR CAR HEAD-ON 
IMPACTS, I. D. Neilson, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 
Ergonomics and Safety in Motor Car Design , Proceedings-- 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 181, Part 3D, 
1966-1967, pp. 19-33 



APPLICATION OF RESTRAINT SYSTEMS TO USED CARS--SUMMARY, 
VOLUME I, C. R. Ursell & G. J. Overby, Southwest 
Research Institute , San Antonio, Texas, Contract 
No. FH-11-7306, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, December 1970, 123 pp 



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APPLICATION OF RESTRAINT SYSTEMS TO USt'D CARS --EXHIBITS 
AND DRAWINGS, VOLUME II, C. R. Ursell &. C. J Overby, 
Southwest Research Institute , San Antonio, T<=**i« 
Contract No. FH-11-7306, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, December 1970, 
427 pp. 



SAFE AND UNSAFE UPPER TORSO RESTRAINT'S FOR OCCUPANT 
PROTECTION IN MOTOR VEHICLES, John D. States, Watkins 
Glen Grand Prix Course, Race Physician, Watkins Glen, 
N. Y.; James F. Benedict, Sports Car Club of America , 
Medical-Safety Committee, Westport, Conn.; The Seventh 
Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 
1963, pp. 312-323, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, 111. 



PRUFUNG VON SICHERHEITSGURTEN (TESTING OF SEAT BELTS), 
Ernst Keil & Helmut Werner, Staatliche Material - 
prlifungsanstalt an der Unlverslt'at Stuttgart , Germany; 
reprint Zeitschrift Technische Uberwachung , Bd. 4, 
Nr. 5, 1963, S. 177/80 



SICHERHEITSGURTE FUR KRAFTFAHRZEUGE (SEAT BELTS FOR 
MOTOR VEHICLES), E. Keil & H. Werner, Staatliche 
Materlalprijfungsanstalt an der Universitat Stuttgart, 
Germany; reprint ATZ-Automobil technische Zeitschrift , 
Jahrgang 64, Heft 5, Mai 1962, 4 pp. 



VERHALTEN VON SICHERHEITSGURTEN BEI DYNAMISCHER 
BELASTUNG (BEHAVIOUR OF CAR SAFETY BELTS AT DYNAMIC 
LOADING), Ernst Keil & Helmut Werner, Staatlichen 
Materialprufungsanstalt an der TH , Stuttgart, Germany; 
reprint Mater lalprufung , Bd. 6, Nr. 7, S. 229/235, 
1964 



BIODYNAMIC STUDIES ON IMPACT PROTECTION, Bertil Aldman, 
Swedish Road Safety Council , Medical Research Institute, 
Stockholm, Sweden; ACTA Physiologlca Scandlnavlca , Vol. 
56, Supplementura 192, April 1962, 80 pp. 



IMPACT AMPLIFICATION IN EUROPEAN COMPACTS, Bertil 
Aldman & Arne Asberg, Swedish Council on Road Safety 
Research, Laboratory for Traffic Medicine, Sweden; 
Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 22-23, 1968, pp. 387-401, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



A BRIEF REPORT ON CAR COLLISIONS- -JAPAN, Juichiro 
Takada, Takata Kojyo Co., Ltd ., Shiba-Shirogane, 
Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 66- 
77, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher', Springfield, 111. 



NEUE ERKENNTNISSE FUR DIE ZWECKMASSIGE PRUFUNG UND 
ANWENDUNG VON AUTOSICHERHEITSGURTEN (NEW TECHNIQUES FOR 
PRACTICAL TESTING AND USE OF AUTOMOBILE SEAT BELTS), 
A. Slattenschek & H. Turk, Technische Versuchs-und 
Forschungsanstalt der TH , Wien, Austria, presented at 
the World Congress for Kraf tfahrtmedizln und 
Verkehrsslcherheit in Vienna, Austria, May 7-13, 1967, 
6 pp. 



UNTERSUCHUNG UND PRUFUNG DES AUTOSICHERHEITSGURTES BEI 
UNFALLMA'SSIGER BEANSPRUCHUNG MIT HILFE DES 
FALLMASCHINENVERSUCHS (INVESTIGATION AND TESTING OF THE 
CAR SAFETY BELT UNDER ACCIDENT-LIKE CONDITIONS BY MEANS 
OF THE DROP-WEIGHT TEST), A. Slattenschek, W. 
Tauffkirchen 6c H. Turk, Technische Versuchs-und 
Forschungsanstalt der TH Wien, Austria; reprint 
Materialprufung , Bd. 8, 1966, Nr. 1, S. 19/30 



DIE BEANSPRUCHUNG VON AUTOSICHERHEITSGURTEN--EINE 
RECHNERISCHE UNTERSUCHUNG DER EINFLUSSGROSSEN (THE 
LOADING OF AUTOMOBILE SAFETY BELTS--MATHEMATICAL 
ANALYSIS OF THE LIMITING QUANTITIES OF SAFETY BELTS), 
E. Keil & H. Werner, Stuttgart Materials Testing 
Institution , Stuttgart, Germany; reprint Automobil - 
technische Zeitschrift , Vol. 66, No. 7, July 1964, 
pp. 189-197 



EINFLUSS DER GURTBANDANORDNUNG AUF KRAFTVERTEILUNG 
UND VERFORMUNGSGROSSEN VON SICHERHEITSGURTEN (THE 
INFLUENCE OF SEAT BELT GEOMETRY ON FORCE DISTRIBUTION 
AND DISTORTION OF SEAT BELTS), Ernst Keil, Helmut 
Werner & Jiirgen Ewald, Stuttgart Materials Testing 
Institution , Stuttgart, Germany; reprint 
Kraftfahrtforschung und Strassenverkehrstechnlk , 
Heft 185, 1966, S. 5/13 



POSSIBILITES D 'UTILISATION DES DISPOSITIFS ABS0RBEURS 
D'ENERGIE POUR AMELIORER LE FONCTIONNEMENT DES SYSTEMES 
DE RETENUE DES PASSAGERS D'UN VEHICULE AUTOMOBILE EN 
CAS DE CHOCS FRONTAUX, (UTILISATION POSSIBILITIES OF 
ENERGY-ABSORBING DEVICES IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE 
PERFORMANCE OF RESTRAINT SYSTEMS INTENDED FOR PASSENGERS 
OF A MOTOR VEHICLE IN CASE OF FRONTAL IMPACT), M. H. 
Le Guen, Union Technique de 1 'Automobile du Motocycle et 
du Cycle ; Proceedings of the Conference on Road Safety, 
Brussels, Belgium, 1968, pp. A9-1-A9-21 



MATERIALS, FABRICATION, AND PACKS FOR AIR CUSHIONS, 
David Streed & C . B . Rodenbach, UNIROYAL, Incorporated , 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich. 
January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 710018, 9 pp. 



ENTWICKLUNG UND ERPROBUNG EINES STATISCHEN SCHLITTENS 
ZUR PRUFUNG VON SICHERHEITSGURTEN NACH DEN FORDERUNGEN 
DER DEUTSCHEN PRUFRICHTLINIEN UND DER ISO-EMPFEHLUNG 
(THE DEVELOPMENT AND TRIAL OF A STATIC SLED FOR TESTING 
OF SAFETY BELTS TO SPECIFICATIONS OF THE GERMAN TESTING 
GUIDELINES AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE ISO), E. Keil, 
H. Werner & J. Ewald, Stuttgart Materials Testing 
Institution , Stuttgart, Germany; reprint Deutsche 
Kraftfahrtforschung und Strassenvenkehrstechnlk, No. 
180, 1965, pp. 5-10 



STATISCHE UND DYNAMISCHE PRUFUNG VON SICHERHEITSGURTEN 
(STATIC AND DYNAMIC TESTS OF SEAT BELTS), H. Werner, 
Stuttgart Materials Testing Institution , Stuttgart, 
Germany; reprint ATZ-Automob 11 technische Zeitschrift , 
68 Jahrgang, Nr. 3/1966, 3 pp. 



ANTHROPOMETRIC DEFINITION/VEHICLE SAFETY (DOT/NHSB) 
AND AUTOMOBILE SEAT BELT/DYNAMIC TESTING (NBS), 
U. S. Air Force , Aerospace Medical Div., Holloman Air 
Force Base, New Mexico, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau 6. 
National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C, 
September 1969, 96 pp. 



BABOON TOLERANCE TO LINEAR DECELERATION (-G x ): 
AIR BAG RESTRAINT, Thomas D. Clarke, James F. 
Sprouffske, Edwin M. Trout, C. D. Gragg, William H. 
Muzzy & Harold S. Klopfenstein, U. S. Air Force , 
6571st Aeromedical Research Laboratory, Holloman Air 
Force Base, New Mexico; Proceedings of the Fourteenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 1970, 
pp. 263-278, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



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BABOON TOLERANCE TO LINEAR DECELERATION (-G x ): 
LAP BELT RESTRAINT, Thomas D. Clarke, James F. 
Sprouffske, Edwin M. Trout, Harold S. Klopfenstein, 
William H. Muzzy, C. D. Gragg 6. Charles D. Bendixen, 
U. S. Air Force , 6571st Aeromedical Research Laboratory, 
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; Proceedings of the 
Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 
1970, pp. 279-298, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



HUMAN AUDITORY RESPONSE TO AN AIR BAG INFLATION NOISE, 
Charles W. Nixon, U. S. Air Force , 6570th Aerospace 
Medical Research Laboratory, Biological Acoustics Branch, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Contract 
No. P.O. 9-1-1151, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
March 7, 1969, 19 pp., 19 figs., PB 184 999 



BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH STUDIES IN ACCELERATION, IK PACT , 
WEIGHTLESSNESS, VIBRATION, AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE AND 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
Richard G. Snyder, John Ice & Judith C. Duncan, 
Federal Aviation Agency, Civil Aeromedical Research 
Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., Alvin S. Hyde, U. S. 
Air Force Aerospace Medical Research Labs ., Aerospace 
Medical Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
and Sidney Leverett, Jr., USAF School of Aerospace 
Medicine, Aerospace Medical Div., Brooks Air Force Base, 
Texas, December 1963, 3,072 pp. 



BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH STUDIES IN ACCELERATION, IMPACT, 
WEIGHTLESSNESS, VIBRATION, AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE AND 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
John Ice & Richard G. Snyder, Federal Aviation Agency, 
Civil Aeromedical Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., 
Alvin S. Hyde, USAF Aerospace Medical Research Labs ., 
Aerospace Medical Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force 
Base, Ohio, & Sidney Leverett, Jr., USAF School of 
Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical Div., Brooks 
Air Force Base, Texas, SUPPLEMENT 1, September 1966, 
3,010 pp. 



HUMAN TOLERANCE TO AIRCRAFT SEAT BELT RESTRAINT, 
Sidney T. Lewis & John P. -Stapp, U. S. Air Force , Aero 
Medical Field Laboratory, Holloman Air Force Base, 
New Mexico, presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the 
Aero Medical Association, Denver, Colo., May 6, 1957; 
Journal of Aviation Medicine, Vol. 29, No. 3, March 1958. 
pp. 187-196 



HUMAN TOLERANCE 10 LATERAL IMPACT WITH LAP BELT ONLY, 
Albert B. Zaborowski, USAF 6571st Aeromedical Research 
Lab . , Aerospace Medical Div., Air Force Systems 
Command, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; 8th 
Stapp Car Crash & Field Demonstration Conference, 
October 21-23, 1964, pp. 34-71, Wayne State University 
Press, Detroit, Mich. 



LATERAL IMPACT STUDIES--LAP BELT SHOULDER HARNESS 
INVESTIGATIONS, Albert V. Zaborowski, U. S. Air Force , 
6571st Aeromedical Research Lab., Bioeffects Div., 
Biodynamics Branch, Holloman Air Force Base, New 
Mexico; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 93-128, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE EFFECT OF SOLAR RADIATION ON THE BREAKING STRENGTH 
OF OUTDOOR EXPOSED WEBBINGS, Robert A. Wilkinson, 
U. S. Air Force, Wright Air Development Center, Air 
Research & Development Command, Materials Lab., Wright- 
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, WADC Tech. Report 
No. 58-201, November 1958, 8 pp., 21 figs. AD 206893 



MEDICAL ASPECTS OF SAFETY SEAT BELT DEVELOPMENT, 
John P. Stapp, U. S . Air Force , Aerospace Medical Div. 
Brooks Air Force Base, Texas; Proceedings of the 
Sixth Stapp Car Crash and Field Demonstration 
Conference, November 7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 160-166, 
University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



EVALUATION OF THE LAP BELT, AIR BAG, AND AIR FORCE 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS DURING IMPACT WITH LIVING HUMAN SLED 
SUBJECTS, C. D. Gragg, C. D. Bendixen, T. D. Clarke, 
H. S. Klopfenstein & J. F. Sprouffske, U. S. Air Force , 
6571st Aeromedical Research Laboratory, Holloman Air 
Force Base, New Mexico; Proceedings of the Fourteenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 1970, 
pp. 241-262, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



SEAT BELT RETRACTORS, U. S. Ai r Force. 310th Strategic 
Aerospace Wing, Schilling Air Force Base, Kansas, Report 
No. MS 64-9, RCS: 3-AFLC E-48, December 10, 1964, 11 pp. 



SEAT BELT RETRACTORS, U. S. Ai r Force, 3510th Flying 
Training Wing (ATC), Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, 
Report No. MR 64-9, RCS: 2-AFLC E-48, January 15, 1965, 
4 pp. 



EVALUATION OF THE LAP-TYPE AUTOMOBILE SAFETY BELT 
WITH REFERENCE TO HUMAN TOLERANCE, John P. Stapp, 
U. S. Air Force Aeromedical Labo ratory, Wright Field, t, 
D. L. Enfield, USAF Aeromedical Field Laboratory, 
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Summer Meeting, 
Chalfonte-Haddon Hall, Atlantic City, N. J., June 8-13, 
1958, SAE Report No. 62A, 10 pp., 2 figs. 



USE OF CONTOURED RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN EXPOSURE OF 
LARGE PRIMATES TO -150 G x IMPACT, R. W. Sonntag, Jr., 
U . S . Air Force , 6571st Aeromedical Research Lab., 
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; W. A. Newsora, 
University Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa; & S. D. Leverett, 
Jr., & V. E. Kirtland, U. S. Air Force , School of 
Aerospace Medicine; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 201-206, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



EXPERIMENTS CONDUCTED ON A SWING DEVICE FOR DETERMINING 
HUMAN TOLERANCE TO LAP BELT TYPE DECELERATIONS, 
Sidney T. Lewis & John P. Stapp, U. S. Air Force , 
Air Force Missle Development Center, Holloman Air Force 
Base, New Mexico, Report No. AFMDC TN 57-1 December 
1957, 21 pp., AD 135005 



PASSIVE RESTRAINTS, U. S. Department of Transportation , 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
presented at the First Technical Meeting on the 
U. S. Pilot Study on Road Safety, Brussels, Belgium, March 
23, 1970, 32 pp. 



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PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME IV--CRASH SURVIVABILITY, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, 
Va., July 18-20, 1969, 68 pp., PB 186 271 



T0M0RR0W--THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, 
Dean F. Niedernhofer 6. Robert L. Carter, U. S. 
Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Administration, Washington, D. C, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690251, 3 pp. 



OPTIMIZATION OF A STANDARD LINEAR VISCOELASTIC MATERIAL 
FOR USE IN A SEAT BELT, W. Nachbar (■ J. B. Schipmb'lder, 
University of California, San Diego , Department of the 
Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering Sciences, La Jolla, 
Calif., Contract No. N00014-69-A-0200-6007, prepared 
for U. S. Navy, Office of Naval Research, Washington, 
D. C, UC Technical Report No. 1, November 1969, 15 pp., 
AD 697 677 



SAFETY HARNESS RESEARCH- -CALIFORNIA , Donald R. Dun lop, 
University of California , Institute of Traffic & 
Transportation Engineering, Berkeley, California; 
The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 127-137, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



FULL BODY SUPPORT SYSTEMS, R. F. Gray, U. S. Navy , 
U. S. Naval Air Development Center, Aviation Medical 
Acceleration Lab., Johnsville, Pa.; Impact Acceleration 
Stress--A Symposium, National Academy of Sciences- 
National Research Council, Washington, D. C, 
Publication 977, 1962, pp. 265-270 



TESTING OF SEAT BELTS, D. M. Finch & J. D. Palmer, 
University of California, Los Angeles, Calif., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Summer Meeting, 
Atlantic City, N. J., June 5, 1956; SAE Transactions , 
Vol. 65, 1957, pp. 541-552 



APPLICATIONS OF HUMAN TOLERANCE DATA TO PROTECTIVE 
SYSTEMS: REQUIREMENTS FOR SOFT TISSUE, BONE AND ORGAN 
PROTECTIVE DEVICES, Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State 
University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Detroit 
Klch.; & Geoffrey Grime, University College London , 
Research Group in Traffic Studies, London, England; 
Impact Injury and Crash Protection , publisher Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 444-473 



USE OF CONTOURED RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN EXPOSURE OF 
LARGE PRIMATES TO -150 G x IMPACT, R. W. Sonntag, Jr., 
U. S. Air Force, 6571st Aeromedical Research Lab., 
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; W. A. Newsom, 
University Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa; & S. D. Leverett, 
Jr., & V. E. Kirtland, U. S. Air Force, School of 
Aerospace Medicine; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 201-206, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ACTIVE VERSUS PASSIVE MOTORIST RESTRAINTS, Derwyn M. 
Severy, Harrison M. Brink, Jack D. Baird, & 
David M. Blaisdell, University of California , Institute 
of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; 1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium, Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 1057-1074; SAE Report No. 700424 



COLLISION PERFORMANCE OF THE MOTORIST'S COMPARTMENT, 
Derwyn M. Severy, University of California , Institute 
of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Dept. of 
Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proc. Symposium on 
the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, 
pp. 247-271, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF INTEGRATED SEAT AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT 
DESIGN, University of Michigan. Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6685, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Traffic Safety Bureau, RFP-142, Project No. 7A, 
149 pp. 



BIOENGINEERING OF IMPACT SURVIVAL IN BUSINESS AIRCRAFT, 
Richard G. Snyder, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
National Business Aircraft Meeting, Wichita, Kans., 
March 26-28, 1969, SAE Report No. 690335, 24 pp. 



INTEGRATED SEAT AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT PERFORMANCE, 
University of Michigan^ Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6685, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Traffic Safety Bureau, RFP-142, Project No. 7A, 
October 11, 1967, 32 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE RESTRAINTS, Verne L. Roberts, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 1970 International 



Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 978-993; SAE Report No. 700418 



MULTIDIMENSIONAL MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF OCCUPANT 
DYNAMICS UNDER CRASH CONDITIONS, V. L. Roberts & D. H. 
Robbins, University of Michigan, Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690248, 11 pp. 



A SURVEY OF AUTOMOTIVE OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: 
WHERE WE'VE BEEN, WHERE WE ARE AND OUR CURRENT PROBLEMS, 
R. G. Snyder, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January. 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690243, 16 pp 



DYNAMIC OPTIMIZATION OF A VISCOELASTIC STRUCTURE: 
THE SEATBELT PROBLEM, W. Nachbar 6. J. B. Schipm'dlder, 
University of California , Dept. of the Aerospace & 
Mechanical Engineering Sciences, La Jolla, Calif., 
Contract No. N00014-67-A-0109-0003, prepared for 
U. S. Navy, Office of Naval Research, Washington, D. 
Technical Report No. 25, November 1968, 39 pp. 



C. 



THREE-DIMENSIONAL SIMULATION OF ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, D. Hurley Robbins, University of 
Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; 1970 International Automobile Safety Conference , 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 1008-1023; SAE Report No. 700421 



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REDUCTION IN CRASH FORCES, James J. Ryan, University 
of Minnesota , Automotive Safety Research Project, 
Minneapolis, Minn.; The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & 
Field Demonstration Conference, September 14-16, 1961, 
pp. 48-89, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



STEERING WHEEL AIRBAG COLLISION PERFORMANCE, 
K. R. Trosien & L. M. Patrick, Wayne State University , 
Mechanical Engineering Sciences Department, Detroit, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 710020, 10 pp. 



REDUCTION IN CRASH FORCES, James J. Ryan 6. James R. 
Tobias, University of Minnesota , Department of 
Mechanical Engineering, Minneapolis, Minn.; Proceed- 
ings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 20-21, 1965, pp. 413-419, Nolte Center for Con- 
tinuing Education, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



VOLUNTEER, ANTHROPOMETRIC DUMMY, AND CADAVER RESPONSES 
WITH THREE AND FOUR POINT RESTRAINTS, L. M. Patrick & 
K. R. Trosien, Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Contress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 710079, 25 pp. 



AN ENERGY-ABSORBING RESTRAINT SYSTEM, R. W. McLay, 
Univer sity of Vermont , Burlington, Vt., F. J. Blackstone, 
Burlington, Vt.; & P. K. Das, Yale University, New Haven, 
Conn., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 710078, 14 pp. 



AN ENERGY-ABSORBING RESTRAINT SYSTEM, R. W. McLay, 
University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt., F. J. Blackstone, 
Burlington, Vt.; & P. K. Das, Yale University , New Haven, 
Conn., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 710078, 14 pp. 



STUDIES OF THREE-POINT RESTRAINT HARNESS SYSTEMS IN 
FULL-SCALE BARRIER CRASHES AND SLED RUNS, N. I. 
Bohlin, Volvo Co . , Safety & Interior Trim Section, 
Gothenburg, Sweden; 8th Stapp Car Crash & Field 
Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 
319, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



258- 



SAFE AND UNSAFE UPPER TORSO RESTRAINTS FOR OCCUPANT 
PROTECTION IN MOTOR VEHICLES, John D. States, Watkins 
Glen Grand Prix Course , Race Physician, Watkins Glen, 
N. Y.; James F. Benedict, Sports Car Club of America, 
Medical-Safety Committee, Westport, Conn.; The Seventh 
Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 
1963, pp. 312-323, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, 111. 

APPLICATIONS OF HUMAN TOLERANCE DATA TO PROTECTIVE 
SYSTEMS: REQUIREMENTS FOR SOFT TISSUE, BONE AND ORGAN 
PROTECTIVE DEVICES, Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State 
University , Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
Detroit, Mich.; & Geoffrey Grime, University College 
London, Research Group in Traffic Studies, London, 
England; Impact Injury and Crash Protection , publisher 
Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 444-473 



IMPACT DYNAMICS OF UNRESTRAINED, LAP BELTED, AND 
LAP AND DIAGONAL CHEST BELTED VEHICLE OCCUPANTS, 
L. M. Patrick & H. J. Mertz, Jr., Wayne State 
University , Detroit, Mich.; C. K. Kroell, General 
Motors Corp., Research Labs., Detroit, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
November 8-9, 1966, pp. 46-93, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



BEITRAG UBER DIE PROBLEME DER MECHANISCHEN WIDERSTANDS- 
FAHIGKEIT DES MENSCHLICHEN K0RPERS (UND SEINER GEWEBE) 
UND DIE ANWENDUNG DER FESTIGKEITSBETRACHTUNGEN AUF 
K0NSTRUKTI0NSFRAGEN VON SCHUTZHELMEN UND SICHERHEITS- 
GURTZEUGEN FUR AUT0M0BILISTEN (NOTES ON THE MECHANICAL 
RESISTANCE OF THE HUMAN BODY AND TISSUES. INFLUENCE 
ON THE MANUFACTURE OF PROTECTIVE HELMETS AND SAFETY 
BELTS FOR MOTORISTS (PART II), D. Zlffer ; Technical 
Aspects of Road Safety Bulletin d'Information du 
C.I.D.I.T.V.A., No. 23, September 1965, pp. 4.1-4.31, 
Fonds d'Etudes et de Recherches sur la Securlte 
Routiere, Bruxelles, Belgium, editor 



RESTRAINT SYSTEMS USE AND EFFECTIVENESS 

THE AUTOMOTIVE SAFETY BELT STORY, American Safety Belt 
Council Incorporated , NewRochelle, N. Y., 1970, 13 pp. 



REVIEW OF THE RELATIVE MERITS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF 
MOTOR VEHICLE SEAT BELTS, A. P. Vulcan, Australian 
Road Research Board , Commonwealth Department of Supply, 
Aeronautical Research Labs., Victoria, Australia; 
reprint Australian Road Research , Vol. 2, No. 8, June 
1966, pp. 33-40 



ATTITUDINAL AND SOCIAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH USE OF 
SEAT BELTS, Doriian Apple Sweetser, Boston University , 
School of Nursing & Graduate School, Boston, Mass.; 
Journal of Health & Social Behavior, Vol. 8, No. 2, 
1967, pp. 116-125 



A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF AN EFFECTIVE RESTRAINT SYSTEM FOR 
PREGNANT WOMEN AND CHILDREN, Donald J. Van Kirk & 
Albert I. King, Wayne State University , Biomechanics 
Research Center, Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 353-364, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ANALYSIS OF LAP SHOULDER BELT EFFECTIVENESS IN 
ACCIDENTS, Jonathan E. Sharp, Rose Manufacturing Co., 
Denver, Colo.; Horace E. Campbell , Colorado Medical 
Society, Automotive Safety Committee, Denver, Colo.; 
Paul Utans, Volvo Inc., Rockleigh, N. J.; Proceedings 
of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 
1965, pp. 65-81, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



PROJECTED EVOLUTION OF RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, L. M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University , Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers International Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report 
No. 690250, 5 pp. 



THIRTY-THREE FATAL CRASHES WITH SEAT BELTS, Horace E. 
Cam pbell . Colorado Medical Society, Automotive Safety 
Committee, Denver, Colo.; reprint Rocky Mountain Medical 
Journal , August 1964, Vol. 61, No. 8, Pages 27-29 



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TWENTY -THREE FATAL CRASHES WITH SEAT BELTS, Horace 
E. Campbell , Colorado Medical Society, Automotive 
Safety Committee, Denver, Colorado; The Seventh Stapp 
Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, 
pp. 526-532, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 
111. 



EFFICACY OF SEAT BELTS IN INJURY AND NONINJURY CRASHES, 
IN RURAL UTAH, Jaakko K. Kihlberg, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc. , Transportation Research Department, 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-7098, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. 
VJ-2721-R3, May 1969, 43 pp., PB 191170 



OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEMS OF AUTOMOTIVE, AIRCRAFT, AND 
MANNED SPACE VEHICLES: AN EVALUATION OF THE STATE-OF- 
THE-ART AND FUTURE CONCEPTS, Richard C. Snyder, Ford 
Motor Company , Biomechanics Department, Office of 
Automotive Safety Research, Dearborn, Mich.; Impact 
injur y and Crash Protection , publisher Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 496-561 



LAP-SHOULDER RESTRAINT EFFECTIVENESS IN THE UNITED 
STATES, W. D. Nelson, General Motors Corporation , 
Safety Research & Development Laboratory, Detroit, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 710077, 8 pp. 



SEAT BELT EFFECTIVENESS IN THE NON-EJECTION SITUATION, 
B. J. Campbell & Jaakko K. Kihlberg, Cornell University, 
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Transportation 
Research Dept., Buffalo, N. Y.; The Seventh Stapp 
Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, 
pp. 177-188, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 
111. 



SEAT BELT USE AND INJURY PATTERNS IN AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS, Jaakko K. Kihlberg & Shirley Robinson, 
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., Automotive Grash 
Injury Research, Buffalo, N. Y., CAL Report No. 
VJ-1823-R30, December 1967, 98 pp. 



A STUDY OF SEAT RESTRAINT USE AND EFFECTIVENESS IN 
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, Highway Safety Foundation , Mansfield, 
Ohio, January 1970, 17 pp. 



SEAT BELTS: A HABIT TO LAST A LIFETIME, Susan P. Baker, 
& Charles S. Springate, John Hopkins University , School 
of Hygiene & Public Health, Baltimore, Md . ; Maryland 
State Medical Journal, Vol. 19, No. 5, May 1970, 



pp. 50-52 



COMPACT CAR ACCIDENT STUDY, GARDEN STATE PARKWAY: 
JANUARY 1968 - JUNE 1969, Robert A. Nelson, New Jersey 
Highway Authority , Garden State Parkway, Woodbridge, 
N. J., November 7, 1969, 26 pp. 



A STUDY OF SEAT BELTS IN WISCONSIN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, 
John W. Garrett, Cornell University, Cornell Aeronauti- 
cal Lab., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., Cal Report No. VJ- 
1823-R3, September 9, 1963, 24 pp. 



ATTITUDES TOWARD SEAT BELTS AND SHOULDER RESTRAINTS, 
Philip K. Raeder, Jr., & Louise Kuziomko, . New York State 
Department of Motor Vehicles , Albany, N. Y., Research 
Report No. 1968-1, December 1968, 15 pp. 



VEHICLE SPEED AND RURAL AUTOMOTIVE CRASH INJURY, PART II: 
ESTIMATED TRAVELING SPEED AND INJURIES IN SINGLE VEHICLE 
FRONTAL CRASHES, Roger Fargo, John W. Garrett & Jaakko 
K. Kihlberg, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., 
Transportation Research Dept., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-7098, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Wash., D. C, & Automobile 
Manufacturers Association, Inc., Wash., D. C, CAL 
Report No. VJ-2721-R7, October 1969, 46 pp. 



A PILOT STUDY OF DRIVER ATTITUDES TOWARD SEAT BELTS, 
New York State Department of Motor Vehicles , Division of 
Research & Development, Albany, N. Y., Research Report 
No. 4, 1963, 7 pp.' 

CEINTURES DE SECURITEi LEUR USAGE CONSTANT FERAIT 
DIMINUER DE M0ITIE LE N0MBRE DES AUT0M0BILISTES TUES 
DANS LES COLLISIONS (THE USE OF SAFETY BELTS: A 
DECREASE BY HALF IN THE NUMBER OF DRIVERS KILLED IN 
COLLISIONS), Organlsme National de Securlte' Routlere , 
Arcuell (Seine), France, No. 27, 7 pp. 



SEAT BELT USERS: AN ANALYSIS OF WHO THEY ARE AND WHY, 
Rodney H. Dobson, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company , 
Wilmington, Del., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700451, 2 pp. 



TRUCK ACCIDENT STUDY--REP0RT OF PROCEDURES AND 
FINDINGS, Ernst & Ernst , Management Services Division, 
Cleveland, Ohio, prepared for Automobile Manufacturers 
Association, Inc., Detroit, Mich., August 1968, 117 pp. 



SEAT BELTS AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION, Stig Lindgren, 
Falu Hospital , Falun, Sweden & Evert Warg, Police 
Superintendent, Falun, Sweden; reprint Practitioner , 
Vol. 188, April 1962, pp. 467-473 



SEAT BELTS FOR TRUCK OCCUPANT SAFETY, H. George 
Johannessen, Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , Hamill 
Manufacturing Company, Division, Akron, Ohio, presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE Report No. 700347, 
6 pp. 



A COMPARISON OF ATTITUDES TOWARD SEVERAL CROSS -CHEST 
SAFETY BELT SYSTEMS AFTER OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE, 
Robert K. McKelvey, Public Health Service , Injury 
Control Research Laboratory, U. S. Department of 
Health, Education, 6. Welfare, Cincinnati, Ohio, ICRL- 
RR-68-5, 1970, 25 pp. 



CAR SEAT-BELTS--AN ANALYSIS OF THE INJURIES SUSTAINED 
BY CAR OCCUPANTS, R. D. Lister & Barbara M. Milsom, 
Road Research Lab ., Department of Scientific & In- 
dustrial Research, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England; 
reprint The Practitioner , Vol. 191, September 1963, 
pp. 332-340 



THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CAR SEAT BELTS, G. Grime, Depart- 
ment of Scientific and Industrial Research, Road 
Research Laboratory , Crowthorne Berks, England, 3 pp. 



THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SAFETY BELTS, R. D. Lister & 

I. D. Neilson, Road Research Lab. , Ministry of Transport, 

Harmondsworth, England, Report No. 16, 1966, 6 pp. 



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THE PROTECTION OF CAR OCCUPANTS AGAINST INJURY IN ROAD 
ACCIDENTS, G. Grime, Road Research Laboratory, 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 
Proceedings of the Conference on Vehicle Crash & Injury 
Prevention, July 11 & 12, 1966, pp. 67-71, Society of 
Motor Manufacturers & Traders, Ltd., London, England 



RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN RACING ACCIDENTS, John D. States, 
University of Rochester, Orthopaedic Surgery Div., 
Rochester, N. Y.; David Ryon Rochester Applied 
Science Associates, Inc. , New York, N. Y., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690246, 8 pp. 



CASE COMPARISONS OF RESTRAINED AND NONRESTRAINED 
OCCUPANTS AND RELATED INJURY PATTERNS, Arnold W. SiegeL 
Wayne T. VanWagoner & Alan M. Nahum, University of 
California , School of Medicine, Los Angeles, Calif., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690245, 
17 pp. 



CAUSES OF DEATHS IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, Donald F. 
Huelke & Paul W. Gikas, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; reprint. The Journal of The American 
Medical Association, Vol. 203, No. 13, March 25, 1968, 



pp. 



1100-1107 



ANALYSIS OF LAP SHOULDER BELT EFFECTIVENESS IN 
ACCIDENTS, Jonathan E. Sharp, Rose Manufacturing Co ., 
Denver, Colo.; Horace E. Campbell, Colorado Medical 
Society, Automotive Safety Committee, Denver, Colo.; 
Paul Utans, Volvo Inc., Rockleigh, N. J.; Proceedings 
of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 
1965, pp. 65-81, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



INJURY REDUCTION BY DIAGONAL AND OTHER VEHICLE SAFETY 
BELTS, D. C. Herbert, Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric 
Anfhor<tv . Cootna, Australia; reprint Medical Journal 
of Australia, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1964, pp. 61-67 



CAUSES OF DEATHS IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS--CAN SEAT 
BELTS REALLY SAVE LIVES? Paul W. Gikas, & Donald F. 
Huelke, University of Michiga n. Ann Arbor, Michigan; 
reprinted The Journal of the Michigan State Medical 
Society , Vol. 63, pp. 351-354, May 1964 



COMPARISON OF OCCUPANT INJURIES WITH AND WITHOUT SEAT 
BELTS, Donald F. Huelke & William A. Chewning, 
University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690244, 12 pp. 



A REPORT ON SEAT BELT USE IN WISCONSIN 1963-1965, 
Robert E. Mettelka & Robert A. Matson, State 
of Wisconsin , Motor Vehicle Department, Madison, 
Wis., 19 pp. 



THE USE AND EFFECT OF CAR SEAT BELTS IN VICTORIA, J. D. 
Thorpe, Traffic Commission , Victoria, Australia; reprint 
Australian Road Research, June 1964, pp. 49-54 



ESTIMATING THE EFFECTS OF CRASH PHASE INJURY 
COUNTERMEASURES, H. C. Joksch & H. Wuerdemann, 
Travelers Research Corporation , Hartford, Conn., 
Contract No. FH-11-7228, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, March 1970, 147 pp. 



INCREASING THE USE OF SAFETY BELTS IN AUTOMOBILES, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C., presented at the 
First Technical Meeting on the U. S. Pilot Study on Road 
Safety, Brussels, Belgium, March 23, 1970, 19 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE SEAT BELT USE CAN BE ACHIEVED, James T. 
Sykes & Lloyd C. Newland, U. S. Forest Service , Rocky 
Mountain Region, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers National Combined Farm Construction & 
Industrial Machinery, Powerplant, & Transportation 
Meetings, Milwaukee, Wis., September 9-12, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680600, 6 pp. 



DETERMINATION OF SEAT BELT EFFECTIVENESS FOR SURVIVAL 
IN FATAL HIGHWAY COLLISIONS, Donald F. Huelke, 
University of Michigan , Dept. of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; Paul W. Gikas, University of Michigan, Clinical 
Labs., & Veterans Administration Hospital, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceed- 
ings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 403-431, Charles C. 
Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



WHO USES SEAT BELTS? James N. Morgan, University of 
Michigan , Survey Research Center, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
reprint Behavioral Science , Vol. 12, 1967, pp. 463-465 



SEAT BELT USE AMONG DRIVERS IN ACCIDENTS AND DRIVERS IN 
THE POPULATION AT RISK, B. J. Campbell, University 
of North Carolina , Highway Safety Research Center, 
Chapel Hill, N. C, January 1969, 12 pp. 



SEAT BELTS: A PILOT STUDY OF THEIR USE UNDER NORMAL 
DRIVING CONDITIONS, B. J. Campbell, Patricia F. Waller, 
& Forrest M. Council, University of North Carolina , 
Highway Safety Research Center, Chapel Hill, N. C, 
November 1967, 14 pp. 



THE ROLE OF A PHYSICIAN'S INFLUENCE ON INSTALLATION OF 
SEAT BELTS, Lee W. Bass & Thurlow R. Wilson, 
University of Pittsburgh , Pittsburgh, Pa.; The Seventh 
Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 
1963, pp. 302-311, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, 111. 



ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES TO CAR OCCUPANTS WEARING SAFETY 
BELTS, G. Grime, University College, Research Group 

in Traffic Studies, London, England, 1967, 12 pp., 

17 figs. 



HEAD INJURIES TO WEARERS OF SAFETY BELTS, G. Grime, 
University College , Research Group in Traffic Studies, 
London, England, 1967, 9 pp. 



RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN RACING ACCIDENTS, John D. States, 
University of Rochester , Orthopaedic Surgery Div., 
Rochester, N. Y.; David Ryon, Rochester Applied 
Science Associates, Inc., New York, N. Y., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690246, 8 pp. 



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RESTRAINT SYSTEMS - HOW EFFECTIVE ARE THEY? 
D. J. VanKlrk ; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual 
Conference of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 165-184, University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE CAUSES AND THE PREVENTION OF CAR OCCUPANT NECK 
INJURIES, William Glssane, Birmingham Accident 
Hospital, R oad Injuries Research Group, England; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 216-218, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



ANALYSIS OF LAP SHOULDER BELT EFFECTIVENESS IN 
ACCIDENTS, Jorfathan E. Sharp, Rose Manufacturing Co., 
Denver, Colo.; Horace E. Campbell, Colorado Medical 
Society, Automotive Safety Committee, Denver, Colo.; 
Paul Utans, Volvo Inc. , Rockleigh, N. J.; Proceedings 
of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 
1965, pp. 65-81, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF 28,000 ACCIDENT CASES WITH 
EMPHASIS ON OCCUPANT RESTRAINT VALUE, N. I. Bohlin, 
AB Volvo , Passenger Car Engineering Dept., Gothenburg, 
Sweden; 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
October 10-11, 1967, pp. 299-308, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



AUTOMOBILE CRASH INJURIES, Preston A. Wade , New York, 
N. Y.; reprint The American Surgeon , Vol. 34, No. 4, 
April 1968, pp. 243-251 



COMPILATION OF DATA ON CREW EMERGENCY ESCAPE SYSTEMS, 
John 0. Bull, Edward L. Serocki & Howard L. McDowell, 
et al., The RnMng Co. . Renton, Wash., Technical Report 
No. AFFDL-TR-66-150, September 1966, 337 pp. 



ANCHORAGE OF SEATS - PASSENGER CARS, Canadian 
Government Specifications Board , Department of Defence 
Production, Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-207, 
May 24, 1968, 3 pp. 

HEAD RESTRAINTS - PASSENGER CARS, Canadian Government 
Specifications Board , Department of Defence Production, 
Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-202, May 24, 1968, 
4 pp. 

OCCUPANT PROTECTION IN INTERIOR IMPACT - PASSENGER 
CARS, Canadian Government Specifications Board , 
Department of Defence Production, Ottawa, Canada, 
Standard 97-GP-201a, December 6, 1968, 5 pp. 



SEAT BELTS AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION, Stig Lindgren, 
Falu Hospital, Falun, Sweden & Evert Warg , Police 
Superintendent, Falun, Sweden; reprint Practitioner , 
Vol. 188, April 1962, pp. 467-473 



THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CURRENT METHODS AND SYSTEMS USED 
TO REDUCE INJURY, William A. Lange & Donald J. Van Kirk, 
Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.; Impact Inlurv 
and Crash PrnfprMnn, publisher Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 475-493 



SAFETY SEATING AND HEADRESTS 



AN EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF THE 1969 VOLKSWAGEN 1500 
RESTRAINT SYSTEM AND FRONT SEAT ASSEMBLY, N. E. 
Shoemaker, D. J. Segal, & K. N. Naab, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6918, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
CAL Report No. YB-2684-V-100, July 11, 1969, 105 pp. 



INTEGRATED SEAT AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT PERFORMANCE, 
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6631, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
CAL Report No. YB-2499-V-1, September 1967, 132 pp. 



SEAT SYSTEM PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION AND. TEST 
PROCEDURES NUMBER AM- 14042, American Motors Corporation , 
Detroit, Mich., September 5, 1968, 18 pp. 



AIRCRAFT PASSENGER-SEAT-SYSTEM RESPONSE TO IMPULSIVE 
LOADS, James W. Turnbow, Jack A. Collins, J. Robert 
Cromack & Nils P. Myklestad, Arizona State University , 
Tempe, Arizona; Aviation Safety Engineering & Research, 
Phoenix, Ariz., Contract No. DA 44-177-AMC-360(T) , 
prepared for U. S. Army Aviation Materiel Labs., 
Fort Eustis, Va., USAAVLABS Technical Report 67-17, 
August 1967, 291 pp. 



DESIGN OF LOW COST SEATING FOR EFFECTIVE PACKAGING OF 
VEHICLE OCCUPANTS, Bernard C. Hilton, Cox of Watford 
Ltd . ; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 207-218, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



DEVELOPMENT OF SAFETY SEATING, B. C. Hilton, Cox of 
Watford, Ltd ., Watford By-Pass, Watford, Hertfordshire, 
England; Proceedings of the Conference on Vehicle 
Crash & Injury Prevention, July 11 & 12, 1966, pp. 105- 
107, Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, Ltd., 
London, England 



AIRCRAFT PASSENGER-SEAT -SYSTEM RESPONSE TO IMPULSIVE 
LOADS, James W. Turnbow, Jack A. Collins, J. Robert 
Cromack & Nils P. Myklestad, Arizona State University, 
Tempe, Ariz.; Aviation Safety Engineering & Research , 
Phoenix, Ariz., Contract No. DA 44-177-AMC-360(T ) , 
prepared for U. S. Army Aviation Materiel Labs., 
Fort Eustis, Va., USAAVLABS Technical Report 67-17, 
August 19.67, 291 pp. 



THE PACKAGING OF CAR OCCUPANTS--A BRITISH APPROACH TO 
SEAT DESIGN, F. W. Babbs, & B. C. Hilton, Cox of Watford 
Ltd., Watford By-Pass, Watford, Hertfordshire, England; 
The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 456-464, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



CRASHWORTHINESS EVALUATION OF AN ENERGY-ABSORPTION 
EXPERIMENTAL TROOP SEAT CONCEPT, Langston W. T. 
Weinberg, Aviation Safety Engineering & Research , 
Phoenix, Ariz., Contract No. DA 44-177-AMC- 116(T), 
prepared for U. S. Army Transportation Research 
Command, Fort Eustis, Va., AvSER Technical Report 
No. 64-11, February 1965, 72 pp., AD 614582 



ANALYSIS OF OCCUPANT MOVEMENTS IN REAR-END COLLISION- 
PART II, ON THE FACTORS AFFECTING MOVEMENT OF OCCUPANT 
IN REAR-END COLLISION, Hirosuke Furusho, Kazuo Yokoya 
& Syotaro Nishino, Daihatsu Kogyo Co., Ltd. , Vehicle 
Safety Experiment Section, Osaka, Japan, Paper No. 14, 
Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., Society of Automotive 
Engineers of Japan, Stability and Control Committee, 
Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 14 pp. 



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INVESTIGATION Of MOTOR VEHICLE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS 
FOR INTEGRATED SEAT AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT, Falrchlld 
Hlller Corp . , Republic Aviation Div., Farmingdale, 
Long Island, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6630, prepared 
for National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, Report No. 142, 
September 1967, 232 pp. 



OPTIMUM UTILIZATION OF THE VEHICLE AVAILABLE OCCUPANT 
SPACE TO ENSURE PASSENGER PROTECTION, C. Tarriere & 
R. Rebiffe, Feugeot-Renault Association, Physiology & 
Biomechanics Lab.; & J. Hammon & G. Mauron, Peugeot 
Research Management , Paris Research Center; 1970 
International Automotive Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings, 
P-30, pp. 82-111; 3AE Report No. 700360 



DYNAMIC TEST CRITERIA FOR AIRCRAFT SEATS, Donald W. 
Voyls, Federal Aviation Administration , National 
Aviation Facilities Experimental Center, Aircraft 
Development Service, Atlantic City, N. J., Report 
Nos. NA-69-5 & DS-69-10, October 1969, 107 pp. 



SAE HANDBOOK, published annually; HANDBOOK SUPPLEMENT 
19--SAE TECHNICAL REPORTS REFERENCED IN FEDERAL MOTOR 
VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS, May 18, 1970, 43 pp., Society 
of Automotive Engineers Inc. , Hew York, N. Y. 



CRASH SURVIVAL DESIGN GUIDE, J. W. Turnbow, D. F. 
Carroll, J. L. Haley, Jr., W. H. Reed, S. H. Robertson 
& L. W. T. Weinberg, Flight Safety Foundation , Aviation 
Safety Engineering & Research Div., Phoenix Ariz., 
Contract No. DA 44-177-AMC-360(T ) , prepared for U. S. 
Army Aviation Materiel Labs., Fort Eustis, Va., USAAV- 
LABS Technical Report 67-22, July 1967, 253 pp. 



SURVIVABILITY SEAT DESIGN DYNAMIC TEST PROGRAM, 
L. W. T. Weinberg & James W. Turnbow, Flight Safety 
Foundation , Aviation Safety & Research Div., Phoenix, 
Ariz., Contract No. DA 44-177-AMC-19KT ), prepared for 
U. S. Army, Aviation Materiel Labs., Fort Eustis, Va., 
USAAVLABS Technical Report No. 65-43, July 1965, 115 pp. 
AD 621718 



HEADREST AND SEAT BACK DESIGN PROPOSALS, John L. 
Martinez, Tulane University , New Orleans, La.; 
Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 22-23, 1968, pp. 164-171, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ANCHORAGE OF SEATS--PASSENGER CARS, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C., Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 
No. 207 



HEAD RESTRAINTS--PASSENGER CARS, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C., Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 
No. 202 



OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEMS OF AUTOMOTIVE, AIRCRAFT, AND 
MANNED SPACE VEHICLES: AN EVALUATION OF THE STATE-OF- 
THE-ART AND FUTURE CONCEPTS, Richard G. Snyder, Ford 
Motor Company , Biomechanics Department, Office of 
Automotive Safety Research, Dearborn, Mich.; Impact 
Injury and Crash Protection , publisher Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 496-561 



WHIPLASH: TESTS OF THE INFLUENTIAL VARIABLES, 
R. J. Berton, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich. 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680080, 10 pp. 



OCCUPANT PROTECTION IN INTERIOR IMPACT--PASSENGER CARS, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Federal Motor Vehicle 
Safety Standard No. 201 



BACKREST AND HEAD RESTRAINT DESIGN FOR REAR-END 
COLLISION PROTECTION, Derwyn M. Severy, Harrison M. 
Brink & Jack D. Baird, University of California 
Institute of Transportation Traffic Engineering, Los 
Angeles, Calif., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680079, 115 pp. 



AUFFAHRUNFALLE MIT UND 0HNE K0PFSTUTZE (REAR END 
COLLISIONS WITH AND WITHOUT HEAD REST), Wolfgang Lange, 
Dortmund, Germany; & Peter Hinz, Frankfurt, Germany; 
VDI-Z , Vol. 112, No. 20, October 11, 1970, pp. 1357- 
1362 



COLLISION PERFORMANCE OF THE MOTORIST'S COMPARTMENT, 
Derwyn M. Severy, University of California , Institute 
of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Dept. of 
Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proc. Symposium on 
the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, 
pp. 247-271, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



INVESTIGATION OF VIBRATION AND IMPACT PROTECTION OF THE 
HUMAN HEAD AND NECK, T. E. Mattingly, J. W. Felder 6. 
O. F. Lombard, Northrop Corporate Laboratories , 
Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. AF 33(615 )-5119 , 
prepared for U. S. Air Force, Aerospace Medical Research 
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
NCL Report No. AMRL-TR-69- 112, December 1969, 80 pp. 



PRELIMINARY FINDINGS OF HEAD SUPPORT DESIGNS, 
Derwyn M. Severy, Harrison M. Brink & Jack D. Baird, 
University of California, Institute of Transportation 
& Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; 11th 
Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 
1967, pp. 220-270, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



OPTIMUM UTILIZATION OF THE VEHICLE AVAILABLE OCCUPANT 
SPACE TO ENSURE PASSENGER PROTECTION, C. Tarriere & 
R. Rebiffe, Peugeot-Renault Association , Physiology & 
Biomechanics Lab.; & J. Hammon & G. Mauron, Peugeot 
Research Management, Paris Research Center; 1970 
International Automotive Safety Conference Compendium, 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 82-111; SAE Report No. 700360 



SAFER SEAT DESIGNS, Derwyn M. Severy, Harrison M. Brink, 
Jack D. Baird, & David M. Blaisdell, University of 
California , Institute of Transportation & Traffic 
Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 314-335, Society of Automotive, Engineers, Inc.; 
New York, N. Y. 



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VEHICLE DESIGN FOR PASSENGER PROTECTION FROM HIGH- 
SPEED REAR-END COLLISIONS, Derwyn M. Severy, Harrison 
M. Brink & Jack D. Baird, University of California, 
Institute of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, 
Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 94-163, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARD IZATION — 
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SEAT BELT ASSEMBLIES, R. H. 
Fredericks, Ford Motor Co. , Vehicle Safety Section, 
Dearborn, Mich.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 163-165, 
Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF INTEGRATED SEAT AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT 
DESIGN, University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6685, 
prepared for U- S. Department of Transportation, 
National Traffic Safety Bureau, RFP-142, Project No. 7A, 
149 pp. 



ANCHOR KIT, FOR AUTOMOTIVE SEAT BELT, QUICK DISCONNECT, 
Interim Federal Specification JJ-A-00530a, General 
Services Administration, March 18, 1965, 6 pp. 



BELT: SEAT, PASSENGER TYPE, AUTOMOTIVE, Federal Speci- 
fication JJ-B-185a, General Services Administration, 
Washington, D. C, January 19, 1960, 11 pp. 



BIOENGINEERINC OF IMPACT SURVIVAL IN BUSINESS AIRCRAFT, 
Richard G. Snyder, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
National Business Aircraft Meeting, Wichita, Kans., 
March 26-28, 1969, SAE Report No. 690335, 24 pp. 



BELT: SEAT, PASSENGER TYPE, AUTOMOTIVE, METHODS OF 
INSTALLATION, Federal Standard No. 119a. General 
Services Administration , Washington, D. C., January 19, 
1960, 4 pp. 



INTEGRATED SEAT AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINT PERFORMANCE, 
University of Michigan, Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6685, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Traffic Safety Bureau, RFP-142, Proj-ect No. 7A, 
October 11, 1967, 32 pp. 



HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION LEGISLATION IN 1969, Highway 
Users Federation for Safety and Mobility, Washington, 
D. C, 32 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE LAW SERIES, SERVICE NO. 3--EQUIPMENT 
REQUIREMENTS, Highway Users Federation for Safety and 
Mobility, Washington, D. C , 1967 - 



SEAT BELT STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS 

PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR SEAT SAFETY BELT BOLTS 
NUMBER 14032, American Motors Corporation , Detroit, 
Mich., January 9, 1967, 2 pp., 1 figure 



CEINTURES DE SECURITE POUR OCCUPANTS DE VEHICULES 
AUTOMOBILES (SAFETY BELTS FOR OCCUPANTS OF AUTOMOTIVE 
VEHICLES), Belgian Standard NBN 628.1, Institut Beige 
de Normalisation , Bruxelles, Belgium, May 1964, 24 pp. 



SEAT BELT ANCHORAGE SPECIFICATION NUMBER AM- 14039, 
American Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich., May 17, 
1967, 1 pg. 



VEHICULES AUTOMOBILES— ANCRAGES POUR CEINTURES DE 
SECURITE (ANCHORAGES FOR SAFETY BELTS FOR AUTOMOTIVE 
VEHICLES), Belgian Standard NBN 628.2, Institut Beige 
de Normalisation , Bruxelles, Belgium, April 1965, 8 pp. 



ANCRAGES ET CEINTURES DE SECURITE' A BORD DES VEHICULES 
AUTOMOBILES (ANCHORAGES AND SEAT BELTS FOR AUTOMOTIVE 
VEHICLES), French Standard ST 190-05, Association 
Francaise de Normalisation, Paris, France, March 1963, 
2 pp. 



ANCHORAGE POINTS FOR SEAT BELTS IN MOTOR VEHICLES, 
Irish Standard Specification I. S. 137: 1965, Institute 
for Industrial Research & Standards , Dublin, Ireland, 
1965, 10 pp. 



SEAT BELT ASSEMBLIES FOR MOTOR VEHICLES, British 
Standard 3254:1960, British Standards Institution , 
London, England, 30 pp. 



UNIFORM VEHICLE CODE AND MODEL TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 
National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and 
Ordinances, Washington, D. C, 1968, 335 pp. 



SEAT BELT ASSEMBLIES - PASSENGER CARS, MULTIPURPOSE 
PASSENGER VEHICLES, TRUCKS AND BUSES, Canadian 
Government Specifications Board , Department of 
Defence Production, Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-209, 
May 24, 1968, 2 pp. 



SEAT BELT ASSEMBLY ANCHORAGES - PASSENGER CARS, 
Canadian Government Specifications Board , Department of 
Defence Production, Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-210, 
May 24, 1968, 4 pp. 



SEAT BELT INSTALLATIONS - PASSENGER CARS, Canadian 
Government Specifications Board , Department of 
Defence Production, Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-208, 
May 24, 1968, 2 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY SEAT BELTS STANDARD D159. 1-1963, 
Canadia n Standards Association . Ottawa, Canada, 18 pp. 



APPROVAL OF SAFETY BELTS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES, National 
Swedish Road Safety Board , Vehicle Department, 
Stockholm, Sweden, Regulation T 1/66, Memorandum 
T 628-661816, July 1, 1966, 5 pp. 



SAFETY BELTS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES, National Swedish Road 
Safety Board , Vehicle Department, Stockholm, Sweden, 
Memorandum T 658-661873, July 1, 1966, 12 pp. 



SEAT BELT ASSEMBLIES FOR MOTOR VEHICLES, New Zealand 
Standard Specification 1662:1965, New Zealand Standards 
Institute , Wellington, New Zealand, December 1965, 26 pp. 



FEDERAL SEAT -BELT REGULATION—A PROGRESS REPORT, 
Russell J. Neff, Society of Automotive Engineers , 
Motor Vehicle Seat Belt Committee, New York, N. Y.; 
8th Stapp Car Crash & Field Demonstration Conference, 
October 21-23, 1964, pp. 72-78, Wayne State University 
Press, Detroit, Mich. 



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SAE HANDBOOK, published annually; HANDBOOK SUPPLEMENT 
19--SAE TECHNICAL REPORTS REFERENCED IN FEDERAL MOTOR 
VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS, May 18, 1970, 43 pp., Society 
of Automotive Engineers Inc., New York, N. Y. 



SAE MOTOR VEHICLE SEAT BELT ACTIVITIES, R. J. Neff, 
Society of Automotive Engineers , Motor Vehicle Seat 
Belt Committee, New York, N. Y.; The Seventh Stapp 
Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 
1963, pp. 57-65, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, 111. 



SIKRINGSUTSTYR (SAFETY BELT SPECIFICATIONS), Statens 
Vegvesen , Vegdirektoratet, Oslo, Norway, March 10, 1970 



SAFETY BELTS FOR MOTOR CARS, Swedish Standard SIS 88 
28 51 E, Sverlges Standardlserlngskommlssion , 
Stockholm, Sweden, June 15, 1965, 6 pp. 



SAFETY BELTS FOR MOTOR CARS--TEST METHODS, Swedish 
Standard SIS 88 28 5 2 E, Sverlges Standardlserlngs- 
kommlssion, Stockholm, Sweden, June 15, 1965, 4 pp. 



STANDARDS AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR THE BRITISH 
AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY, Society of Motor Manufacturers & 
Traders Ltd., London, S. W. 1., 1968 - 



SEAT BELT ANCHORAGE POINTS, Australian Standard 
Dll-1967, Standards Association of Australia , Sydney, 
Australia, 1967, 11 pp. 



SEAT BELT ASSEMBLIES FOR MOTOR VEHICLES, Australian 
Standard E35-1965, Standards Association of Australia, 
Sydney, Australia, 1965, 35 pp. 



WEBBING FOR RESTRAINING DEVICES FOR OCCUPANTS OF MOTOR 
VEHICLES, Australian Standard E47-1968, Standards 
Association of Australia , Sydney, Australia, 1968, 
12 pp. 



SAFETY BELTS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES, Israel Standard 
S.I. 543, Standards Institution of Israel , Tel-Aviv, 
Israel, November 1964, 6 pp. 



SEAT BELT ASSEMBLIES — PASSENGER CARS, MULTIPURPOSE 
PASSENGER VEHICLES, TRUCKS AND BUSES, U. S. Department 



of Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 
No. 209 



SEAT BELT ASSEMBLY ANCHORAGES --PASSENGER CARS, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Federal Motor Vehicle 
Safety Standard No. 210 



SEAT BELT INSTALLATIONS — PASSENGER CARS, U 
Department of Transportation 
Bureau, Washington, D 
Standard No. 208 



National Highway Safety 
C, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety 



SURVEY OF PASSENGER RESTRAINT CODES, Robert Rose, 
University of Michigan, H ighway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6685, for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Traffic 
Safety Bureau, RFP-142, Project No. 7A, 35 pp. 



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3- HUMAN FACTORS 



ALCOHOL AND DRIVING 

ALCOHOLICS, DRINKING AND TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, W. S. 
Schmidt 6. R. G. Smart, Alcoholism & Drug Addiction 
Resparch Foundation . Toronto, Canada; reprint Quarterly 
Journal of Studies on Alcohol , September 1959, Vol. 20 
No. 3. pp. 631-644 



PERSONALITY AND DRINKING HISTORY VARIABLES ASSOCIATED 
WITH HIGH ACCIDENT RATES AMONG ALCOHOLICS, Reginald G. 
Smart, Alcoholism & Drug Addiction Resea rch Foun dation, 
Toronto, Canada, 4 pp. 



PROBLEM DRINKING AS A FACTOR IN DRINKING DRIVING 
OFFENCES, R. G. Smart & W. S. Schmidt, Alcoholism 
(f Drug Addiction Research Foundation. Toronto, Canada; 
reprint Canadian Journal of Corrections , April 1961, 
Vol. 3, No. 2, 6 pp. 



RESPONSIBILITY, BLOOD ALCOHOL LEVELS AND ALCOHOLISM, 
Reginald G. Smart & Wolfgang Schmidt, Alcoholism & 
Drug Addiction Research Foundation , Toronto, Canada; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 38-43, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



MISSOURI IMPLIED CONSENT STATUTES, Edward H. Hunvald, 
Jr., & Franklin E. Zimring, American Bar Foundation , 
Chicago, 111., Contract No. FH-11-6687, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, August 1968, 122 pp. 



MEDICAL GUIDE FOR PHYSICIANS IN DETERMINING FITNESS TO 
DRIVE A MOTOR VEHICLE, Committee on Medical Aspects of 
Automobile Injuries & Deaths, American Medical Associa- 
tion; reprint Journal of the American Medical Associa - 
tion, March 14, 1959, Vol. 169, pages 1195-1207 



ALCOHOL SAFETY STUDY— DRIVERS WHO DIE, Stuart L. Brown, 
Baylor University , College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, 
Contract No. FH-11-6603, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, 1968, 147 pp. 



ALCOHOL SAFETY STUDY--THE SOCIAL ECOLOGY OF VIOLENT 
DEATH IN A METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY--A COMPARISON OF 
TRAFFIC FATALITIES AND OTHER CAUSES OF DEATH, Robert E. 
Roberts & George W. McBee, Baylor University , College of 
Medicine, Houston, Texas, Contract No. FH-11-6603, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1968, 
75 pp. 



DRINKING DRIVERS AND DRIVING DRINKERS--THE NEED FOR 
MULTIPLE APPROACHES TO ACCIDENTS INVOLVING ALCOHOL, 
Julian A. Waller, California Department of Public 
Health , Bureau of Chronic Disease; Proc. Symposium on 
the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, 
pp. 30-37, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



GUIDE FOR THE IDENTIFICATION, EVALUATION AND REGULATION 
OF PERSONS WITH MEDICAL HANDICAPS TO DRIVING, Julian 
A. Waller, California Dept. of Public Health. Bureau of 
Chronic Diseases, 1967, 36 pp. 



THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ON DRIVING SKILL, 

David R. McLellan, General Motors Proving Ground , 

Warren, Mich.; Pre-Crash Factors In Traffic Safety , 

12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 193-202, 

American Association for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, 

Calif. 



RESEARCH ON HUMAN VARIABLES IN SAFE MOTOR VEHICLE 
OPERATION: A CORRELATIONAL SUMMARY OF PREDICTOR 
VARIABLES AND CRITERION MEASURES, Leon G. Goldstein, 
George Washington University , Driver Behavior Research 
Project, Washington, D. C, Research Grant , M-1508, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Health, Education & 
Welfare, Public Health Service, National Center for 
Urban & Industrial Health, Arlington, Va . , June 1961, 
71 pp. 

TRAFFIC, ALCOHOL, AND THE "IMPLIED CONSENT" LAW, 
Robert Hausman , Bexar County Medical Examiner; 
Papers Given at the Annual Meeting of the American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force 
Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, 
pp. 23-25 



THE COMBINED EFFECT OF ETHANOL AND OTHER DRUGS, 
Robert B. Forney, Indiana University , Medical Center, 
Indianapolis, Ind.; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention 
of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 70-77, 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



THE ROLE OF THE DRINKING DRIVER IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, 
Robert F. Borkenstein, Richard F. Crowther, et al., 
Indiana University , Dept. of Police Administration, 
Bloomington, Indiana, 1964, 14 pp., 1 fig. 



ALCOHOL ABUSE AND THE BATON ROUGE APPROACH, William 
Haddon, Jr., Insurance Institute for Highway Safety , 
Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the Insurance 
Institute for Highway Safety, Washington, D. C, 
June 9-10, 1970, pp. 25-57 



PRE-ARREST BREATH TESTS, Andrew R. Hricko, Insurance 
Institute for Highway Safety, General Counsel, 
Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the Insurance Institute 
for Highway Safety, Washington, D. C, June 9-10, 1970, 
pp. 59-64 



CHARACTERISTICS OF FATALLY INJURED DRIVERS, Susan P. 
Baker, Johns Hopkins University , School of Hygiene and 
Public Health, Baltimore, Md . , Contract No. FH-11-7092, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. Q., February 1970, 63 pp., 
PB 190 415 



AUSWIRKUNGEN DER GLEICHZEITIGEN EINNAHME VON ALKOHOL 
UND VITAMINHALTIGEN FRUCHTSAFTEN AUF PSYCHOLOGISCHE 
TESTLEISTUNGEN UND DIE BLUTALKOHOLKONZENTRATION, 
(THE INFLUENCE OF SIMULTANEOUS CONSUMMATION OF ALCOHOL & 
VITAMIN— CONTAINING FRUIT JUICES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF 
PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS AND ALCOHOL CONTENT IN THE BLOOD), 
Bernhard Biehl, Janos Fuhrmann & Uwe Seydel, Kuratorlum 
fur Verkehrssicherheit , Wien, Austria; Zeitschrlft fur 
Experlmentelle und Angewandte Psychologie , 1969, Band 
XVI, Heft 3, S. 402-419 



IDENTIFICATION OF PROBLEM DRINKING AMONG DRUNKEN 
DRIVERS, Julian A. Waller, California Department cf 
Public Health , Bureau of Chronic Diseases; reprint 
Journal of the American Medical Association , Vol. 200, 
No. 2, April 10, 1967, pp. 124-130 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY: THE DRIVER (ALCOHOLICALLY 
IMPAIRED), J. Wadsworth, National Research Counci l of 
Canada.. Ottawa, Canada, Technical. Note No. 3, May 1966, 
41 pp., 32 figs. 



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A CONTROLLED STUDY OF FATAL AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS IN 
NEW YORK CITY, James R. McCarroll 6< William Haddon, Jr. 
New York State Department of Health , Albany, N. Y.; 
reprint J. Chron. Pis ., Vol. 15, pp. 811-826 



RESEARCH ON THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS ON DRIVER 
BEHAVIOUR AND THEIR IMPORTANCE AS A CAUSE OF ROAD 
ACCIDENTS, Leonard Goldberg 6. John D. J. Havard, 
Organisation for Economic Co-Operation & Development , 
Paris, France, No. 22601, January 1968, 79 pp. 



ALCOHOL AND TRAFFIC SAFETY, Bernard H. Fox & James H. 
Fox, editors, Public Health Service , U. S. Department of 
Health, Education & Welfare, Washington, D. C, PHS 
Publication No. 1043, May 1963, 258 pp. 



DETERRENTS TO DRINKING AND DRIVING IN ALCOHOL MISUSERS, 
Bernard H. Fox, Public Health Service , Department of 
Health, Education, & Welfare, Injury Control Program, 
Arlington, Va.; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of 
Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 51-62, 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ON DECISION-MAKING WITH RESPECT 
TO TRAFFIC SIGNALS, Everett M. Lewis, Jr., & Kiriako 
Sarlanis, Public Health Service , Consumer Protection & 
Environmental Health Service, Injury Control Research 
Lab., U. S. Department of Health, Education & Welfare, 
Providence, R. I., Report No. ICRL-RR-68-4, 1969, 24 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME II--ALC0H0L AND HIGHWAY 
SAFETY COUNTERMEASURES, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C., 
held at Fredericksburg, Va., July 18-20, 1969, 79 pp., 
PB 186 269 



THE SAFE VEHICLE OPERATOR (HIGHWAY), Robert Brenner, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the 
First Department of Transportation Intra-Departmental 
Safety Seminar, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, January 1969, pp. 165-194 



DRINKING, DRIVING AND DEATH: AN OVERVIEW, Robert A. 
Moore, University of Illinois , College of Medicine, 
Chicago, 111.; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of 
Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 21-29, 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ON DECISION-MAKING BEHAVIOR IN A 
VISUAL DETECTION TASK, Robert C. Williges & Warren J. 
Huffman, University of Illinois , Highway Traffic Safety 
Center, Urbana, 111., Research Report No. 4, May 1970, 
25 pp. 



CARBON MONOXIDE, ALCOHOL AND DRUGS IN FATAL AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS--DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA--1956-1968, Joseph H. 
Davis, University of Miami School of Medicine , Miami, 
Fla., 12 pp.- 



ALCOHOL AND TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, H. H. Mitchell, The 
Rand Corporation , Santa Monica, Calif., Contract No. 
FH-11-6698, prepared for National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Federal Highway Administration, Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, Memorandum RM-5635- 
DCT, April 1968, 30 pp. 



ALCOHOL ABUSE AND TRAFFIC SAFETY: A STUDY OF FATALITIES, 
DWI OFFENDERS, ALCOHOLICS, AND COURT -RELATED TREATMENT 
APPROACHES, Lyle D. Filkins, Cheryl D. Clark, Charles A. 
Rosenblatt, William L. Carlson, Margaret W. Kerlan & 
Hinda Manf-on, University of Michigan , Highway Safety Res. 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract Nos. FH-11-6555 6. 
FH-11-7129, June 26, 1970, 368 pp. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-1964, 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 



EFFECTS OF MODERATE BLOOD ALCOHOL LEVELS ON AUTOMOBILE 
PASSING BEHAVIOR, William 0. Light & Charles G. Keiper, 
U. S. Department of Health Education & Welfare , Public 
Health Service, Environmental Control Administration, 
Injury Control Research Lab., Providence, R. I.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, October 
16 & 17, 1969, pp. 239-267, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn 



ALCOHOL SAFETY—VOLUME I, University of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute & Mental Health 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. 
FH-11-6555, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
February 1, 1969, 248 pp. 



ALCOHOL SAFETY— VOLUME II, University of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., 
Contract No. FH-11-6555, prepared for U. S. Department, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, February 1, 1969, 88 pp. 



ALCOHOL AND HIGHWAY SAFETY--A REPORT TO THE CONGRESS 
FROM THE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION, Alan S. Boyd, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , Washington, D. C. 
August 1968, 180 pp. 



CHARACTERISTICS OF ALCOHOL INVOLVEMENT IN MICHIGAN 
FATALITIES 1966-1969, James O'Day, University of 
Michigan, Highway Safety Research Institute, Systems 
Analysis Group, Ann Arbor, Mich., HIT Lab Reports 
October 1970, pp. 4-10 



DOT'S ALCOHOL COUNTERMEASURES PROGRAM, Willard Y. Howell, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Traffic Safety Programs, Washington, 
D. C; Traffic Safety , Vol. 70, No. 10, October 1970, 
pp. 20-21, 38-39 



DRINKING INVOLVEMENT AND AGE OF YOUNG DRIVERS IN FATAL 
ACCIDENTS, James O'Day, University of Michigan , Highway 
Safety Research Institute, Systems Analysis Group, 
Ann Arbor, Mich., HIT Lab Reports, October 1970, pp. 13- 
14 



HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANUAL- -ALCOHOL IN RELATION TO 
HIGHWAY SAFETY- -VOLUME 8, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
January 1969, 56 pp. 



DRINKING INVOLVEMENT IN 1968 MICHIGAN FATAL ACCIDENTS, 
James O'Day, University of Michigan , Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; HIT Lab. Reports, 
November 1970, pp. 7-10 



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RESEARCH ON THE ALCOHOLIC DRIVER: A CRITIQUE, Anatol 
Rapoport, University of Michigan , Mental Health 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proc . Symposium 
on the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 
1967, pp. 78-85, University of Michigan, Ann. Arbor, 
Mich. 



ANTHROPOMETRY OF WAF BASIC TRAINEES, Gilbert S. Daniels 
6. H. C. Meyers, Jr., U. S. Air Force, Aeromedical Lab., 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; & Sheryl H. 
Worrall, Antloch College , Yellow Springs, Ohio, WADC 
Technical Report 53-12, July 1953, 103 pp. 



A SCREENING PROGRAM TO DETECT ALCOHOLISM IN TRAFFIC 
OFFENDERS, N. J. Ehrlich, University of Michigan , 
Institute of Science & Technology, Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., & M. L. Selzer, 
University of Michigan, School of Medicine, Dept. of 
Psychiatry; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of 
Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 44-50, 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



DRINKING DRIVER AND TRAFFIC SAFETY PROJECT—VOLUME I, 
Seymour Pollack, University of Southern California , 
Public Systems Research Institute, Los Angeles, Calif., 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-7099, & for the California 
Transportation Agency, Sacramento, Calif., Contract No. 
STA-1, July 1969, 129 pp. 



DRINKING DRIVER AND TRAFFIC SAFETY PROJECT --VOLUME II, 
Seymour Pollack, University of Southern California , 
Public Systems Research Institute, Los Angeles, Calif., 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C., 
Contract No. FH-11-7099, & for the California 
Transportation Agency, Sacramento, Calif., Contract No. 
STA-1, July 1969, 146 pp. 



DRINKING DRIVING AND TRAFFIC SAFETY PROJECT--ANNUAL 
REPORT, Seymour Pollack, University of Southern 
California , Public Systems Research Institute, 
Los Angeles, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-7099, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, July 1970, 
118 pp. 

THE ROLE OF ALCOHOL IN FATAL COLLISIONS INVOLVING TRUCKS, 
Julian A. Waller, University of Vermont , College of 
Medicine, Department of Community Medicine, Burlington, 
Vt.; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference 
of the American Association for Automotive Medicine, 
October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 347-354, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



ANTHROPOMETRY 

ANTHROPOMETRY AND HUMAN ENGINEERING- -A SYMPOSIUM ON 
ANTHROPOMETRY, HUMAN ENGINEERING AND RELATED SUBJECTS, 
Advisory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development 
North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Scheveningen, 
Netherlands, May 3 & 4, 1954, AGARDograph No. 5, 123 pp. 



ANTHROPOMETRY OF FLYING PERSONNEL-- 1950, H. T. E. 
Hertzberg & G. S. Daniels, U. S. Air Force, Aero 
Medical Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio; E. Churchill, Antloch College , Yellow Springs, 
Ohio, WADC Technical Report 52-321, September 1954, 
134 pp., AD 47 953 



BODILY DIMENSIONS OF THE OLDER PILOT, Edward I. Fry 
i, Edmund Churchill, Antloch College , Yellow Spring, 
Ohio, Contract No. AF 18(600)-30, prepared for U. S. 
Air Force, Air Research & Development Command, Aero 
Medical Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, WADC Technical Report No. 56-459, June 1956, 39 pp. 
AD 97 217 



SOURCE DATA FOR THE DESIGN OF SIMULATED CHILDREN'S 
BODY FORMS, John T. McConville 6. Edmund Churchill, 
Antioch College , Anthropology Project, Yellow Springs, 
Ohio, Contract No. PH62-329, prepared for Public Health 
Service, Bureau of State Services, Division of 
Accident Prevention, Washington, D. C, July 1964, 
136 pp. 



A STATISTICAL EVALUATION OF JOINT RANGE DATA, James T. 
Barter & Irvin Emanuel, U. S. Air Force, Aeromedical 
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; 
Bruce Truett, Antioch College , Yellow Springs, Ohio, 
WADC Technical Note 57-311, August 1957, 22 pp., 
PB 131 592 



WEIGHT, VOLUME, AND CENTER OF MASS OF SEGMENTS OF THE 
HUMAN BODY, Charles E. Clauser, U.S. Air Force, 
Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson 
Air Force Base, Ohio; John T. McConville, Antloch 
College , Yellow Springs, Ohio; & J. W. Young, Federal 
Aviation Administration, Civil Aeromedical Institute, 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; Report No. AMRL-TR-69-70, August 
1969, 101 pp. 



MEASUREMENTS OF MAN FOR MAKING MACHINERY, Barry G. King, 
Civil Aeronautics Administration , Office of Aviation 
Safety, Medical Service, Washington, D. C., 12 pp. 



THE MEASURE OF MAN--HUMAN FACTORS IN DESIGN, Henry 
Dreyfuss , publisher Whitney Library of Design, 
New York, N. Y., 20 pp., 32 charts 



MOTORCYCLIST ANTHROPOMETRICS, David C. Pool & 
Douglas Gordon, Dunlap & Associates, Inc. , Darien, 
Conn., Contract No. FH-11-7249, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C., Report No. SSD 69-737, March 6, 1970, 
122 pp. 



THE ANGLE OF SHOULDER SLOPE IN NORMAL MALES AS A 
FACTOR IN SHOULDER-HARNESS DESIGN, Clyde C. Snow & A. 
Howard Hasbrook, Federal Aviation Administration , Civil 
Aeromedical Research Institute, Office of Aviation 
Medicine, Oklahoma City, Okla., Report No. AM 65-14, 
March 1965, 3 pp. 



ANTHROPOMETRY OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TRAINEES, Clyde 

C. Snow, & Richard G. Snyder, Federal Aviation 
Administration , Office of Aviation Medicine, Washington, 

D. C, Report No. AM 65-26, September 1965, 26 pp. 



ANTHROPOMETRY OF MALE BASIC TRAINEES, Gilbert S. Daniels 
& H. C. Meyers, Jr., U. S. Air Force, Aeromedical Lab., 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; & Edmund 
Churchill, Antioch College , Yellow Springs, Ohio, 
WADC Technical Report 53-49, July 1953, 99 pp. 



SELECTED FACIAL MEASUREMENTS OF CHILDREN FOR OXYGEN- 
MASK DESIGN, Joseph W. Young, Federal Aviation 
Administration , Office of Aviation Medicine, Washington, 
D. C, Report No. AM 66-9, April 1966, 11 pp. 



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WEIGHT, VOLUME, AND CENTER OF MASS OF SEGMENTS OF THE 
HUMAN BODY, Charles E. Clauser, U. S. Air Force, 
Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson 
Air Force Base, Ohio; John T. McConville, Antioch 
College, Yellow Springs, Ohio; & J. W. Young, Federal 
Aviation Administration , Civil Aeroraedical ' Institute, 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; Report No. AMRL-TR-69-70, August 
1969, 101 pp. 



ANTHROPOMETRY, Peter Kyropoulos 4. Ronald W. Roe, 
General Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 45-51; SAE Report No. 700356 



DETERMINATION OF BODY SEGMENT PARAMETERS, Renato Contini, 
Rudolfs J. Drillis 6. Maurice Bluestein, New York 
University, Research Division, New York, N. Y.; 
Human Factors, Vol. 5, No. 5, October 1963, pp. 493-504 



MOMENTS OF INERTIA AND CENTERS OF GRAVITY OF THE 
LIVING HUMAN BODY, W. R. Santschl, J. DuBols & C. 
Omoto, North American Aviation, Inc ., Los Angeles, 
Calif., Contract No. AF 33(657 )-7848, prepared for 
U. S. Air Force, 6570th Aerospace Medical Research 
Labs., Aerospace Medical Div., Behavioral Sciences 
Lab., Wright-Patterson Air-Force Base, Ohio, Report 
No. AMRL-TDR-63-36, May 1963, 62 pp., AD 410451 



THE APPLICATION OF ANTHROPOMETRY TO AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN, 
Ronald W. Roe & Peter Kyropoulos, General Motors Corp ., 
Styling Staff, Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Earthmoving Industry Conference, 
Central Illinois Section, Peoria, 111., April 14-15, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700553, 12 pp. 



THE ANTHROPOMETRY OF THE MANUAL WORK SPACE FOR THE 
SEATED SUBJECT, Wilfrid Taylor Dempster, University of 
Michigan, Dept. of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
W. Creighton Gabel, Northwestern University , Dept. of 
Anthropology, Evanston, 111.; & William J. L. Felts, 
University of Minnesota, Dept. of Anatomy, Minneapolis, 
Minn.; American Journal of Physical Anthropology , Vol. 
17, No. 4, December 1959, pp. 289-317 



ANTHROPOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS, 
Howard W. Stoudt & Ross A. McFarland, Harvard School of 
Public Health , Boston, Mass.; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 57-69; SAE Report No. 700358 



ANTHROPOMETRY IN THE DESIGN OF THE DRIVER'S WORKSPACE, 
Ross A. McFarland, Albert Damon & Howard W. Stoudt, 
Harvard School of Public Health, Dept. of Ind. Hygiene, 
Boston, Mass.; reprint American Journal of Physical 
Anthropology , March 1958, Vol. 16, No. 1, 23 pp. 



SKINFOLDS, BODY GIRTHS, BIACR0MIAL DIAMETER, AND 
SELECTED ANTHROPOMETRIC INDICES OF ADULTS-- 
UNITED STATES, 1960-1962, Public Health Service , 
Health Services & Mental Health Administration, 
National Center for Health Statistics, Washington, 
D. C, Publication No. 1000-Serles 11-No. 35, 
November 1969, 63 pp. 



WEIGHT, HEIGHT, AND SELECTED BODY DIMENSIONS OF 
ADULTS--UNITED STATES - 1960-1962, Public Heal th Servic e , 
Washington, D. C, Publication No. 1000, Series 11, 
No. 8, June 1965, 44 pp. 



HUMAN BODY SIZE AND PASSENGER VEHICLE DESIGN, Ross A. 
McFarland & Howard W. Stoudt, Harvard School of Pu blic 
Health, Boston, Mass., Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Report No. SP-142A, 8 pp. 



A SIMPLIFIED METHOD OF MEASURING AMPLITUDE OF MOTION IN 
JOINTS, Neil G. Rosen. New York, N. Y. ; Journal of 
Bone 6. Joint Surge ry, Vol. 4, 1922, pp. 570-579 



THE PHYSIQUE OF BUS AND TRUCK DRIVERS: WITH A REVIEW 
OF OCCUPATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY, Albert Damon & Ross A. 
McFarland, Harvard School of Public Health . Dept., of 
Ind. Hygiene, Boston, Mass.; reprint American Journal 
of Physical Anthropology , December 1955, Vol. 13, No. 
pp. 711-742 



STATIC AND DYNAMIC MEASUREMENTS OF MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVERS 
Howard W. Stoudt, Thomas'J. Crowley, Ross A. McFarland, 
Anthony Ryan, Barry Gruber 6. Charlene Ray, Harvard 
School of Public Health , Guggenheim Center for 
Aerospace Health & Safety, Boston, Mass., 1970, 237 pp., 
PB 193 605 



MEASUREMENT OF THE RANGE OF MOTION IN JOINTS, 

David Silver , Pittsburgh, Pa.; Journal of Bone & Joint 

Surgery. Vol. 5, 1923, pp. 569-578 



THE RANGE OF ACTIVE MOTION AT THE HIP JOINT OF MEN, 
Jack Beals Moore & John Orren Vaughn, Stanford 
University , Department of Anatomy, Stanford, Calif.; 
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery , Vol. 10, 1928, pp. 248- 
257 



THE MAXIMUM AMPLITUDE AND VELOCITY OF JOINT MOVEMENTS 
IN NORMAL MALE HUMAN ADULTS, A. Douglas Glanville & 
George Kreezer, Training School at Vineland , Department 
of Research, Vineland, N. J.; Human Biology , Vol. 9, 
1937, pp. 197-211 



THE FUNCTIONAL BODY MEASUREMENTS OF SCHOOL AGE 
CHILDREN, W. Edgar Martin, U. S. Department of Health, 
Education, & Welfare, Office of Education, Washington, 
D. C; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; & 
National School Service Institute , Chicago, 111., 
October 1954, 90 pp. 



AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF USAF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 
Sandra K. McKenzie, U. S. Air Force , Aerospace Medical 
Research Labs., Anthropology Branch, Human Engineering 
Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, January 
1946-June 1968, 9th Ed., 34 pp. 



BODY SEGMENT PARAMETERS, Rudolfs Drillis 6. Renato 
Contini, New York University, School of Eng ineering & 
Science. New York, N. Y., Contract No. R886, prepared 
for Department of Health, Education & Welfare, Office 
of Vocational Rehabilitation, Washington, D. C, 
Technical Report No. 1166.03, September 1966, 109 pp. 



THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF ANTHROPOMORPHIC DUMMIES, H. T. E. 
Hertzberg, U. S. Air Force Systems Command , 6570th 
Aerospace Medical Research Lab.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 201-214, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. 
■Jew York, N. Y. 



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ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS OF HUMAN SLED SUBJECTS, 
Robert 0. Godby, Sherwood B. Browning, David S. Belski 
& Ellis R. Taylor, U. S. Air Force , 6571st Aeromedical 
Research Laboratory, Aerospace Medical Div., Air Force 
Systems Command, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, 
Technical Documentary Report No. ARL-TDR-63-13, April 
1963, 15 pp. 

ANTHROPOMETRY OF FLYING PERS0NNEL--1950, H. T. E". 
Hertzberg & G. S. Daniels, U.S. Air Force , Aero 
Medical Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio; E. Churchill, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, 
Ohio, WADC Technical Report 52-321, September 1954, 
134 pp., AD 47 953 



ANTHROPOMETRY OF MALE BASIC TRAINEES, Gilbert S. Daniels 
& H. C. Meyers, Jr., U. S. Air Force , Aeromedical Lab., 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; & Edmund 
Churchill, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 
WADC Technical Report 53-49, July 1953, 99 pp. 



ANTHROPOMETRY OF WAF BASIC TRAINEES, Gilbert S. Daniels 
& H. C. Meyers, Jr., U. S. Air Force , Aeromedical Lab., 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; & Sheryl H. 
Worrall, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, WADC 
Technical Report 53-12, July 1953, 103 pp. 



SOME NOTES ON ANTHROPOMETRIC DATA ON AMERICAN CHILDREN, 
H. T. E. Hertzberg, U. S. Air Force , Aerospace Medical 
Research Lab., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
6 pp. 

A STATISTICAL COMPARISON OF THE BODY TYPING METHODS OF 
HOOTON AND SHELDON, C. Wesley Dupertuis, Western 
Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio; Irvin Emanuel, 
U. S. Air Force, Aeromedical Laboratory, Wright- 
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, WADC Technical Report 
56-366, August 1956, 26 pp., AD 97 205 



A STATISTICAL EVALUATION OF JOINT RANGE DATA, James T. 
Barter & Irvin Emanuel, U. S. Air Force , Aeromedical 
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; 
Bruce Truett, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 
WADC Technical Note 57-311, August 1957, 22 pp., 
PB 131 592 

WEIGHT, VOLUME, AND CENTER OF MASS OF SEGMENTS OF THE 
HUMAN BODY, Charles E. Clauser, U. S. Air Force , 
Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson 
Air Force Base, Ohio; John T. McConville, Antioch 
College, Yellow Springs, Ohio; &. J. W. Young, Federal 
Aviation Administration, Civil Aeromedical Institute, 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; Report No. AMRL-TR-69-70, August 
1969, 101 pp. 



APPLIED ANTHROPOMETRY OF THE HAND, Gilbert S. Daniels & 
H. T. E. Hertzberg, U. S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson 
Air Force Base, Anthropology Unit, Dayton, Ohio; 
American Journal of Physical Anthropology , Vol. 10, 
No. 2, June 1952, pp. 209-215 



WORLD DIVERSITY IN HUMAN BODY SIZE AND ITS MEANING IN 
AMERICAN AID PROGRAMS, H. T. E. Hertzberg, U. S. Air 
Force, Aerospiace Medical Research Laboratories, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; OAR Research 
Review, Vol. VII, No. 12, December 1968, pp. 14-17 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS ISSUED BY THE BEHAVIORAL 
SCIENCES LABORATORY: ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY, TRAINING 
PSYCHOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS, SIMULATION 
TECHNIQUES, & PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, Sandra A. 
Stevenson & Lavon E. Trygg, U. S. Air Force. , Aerospace 
Medical Research Labs., Aerospace Medical Div., 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, June 1966, 140 
pp. 



1966 SUPPLEMENT TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS ISSUED BY 
THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES LABORATORY: ENGINEERING 
PSYCHOLOGY, TRAINING PSYCHOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS, 
SIMULATION TECHNIQUES, & PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 
Sandra A. Stevenson & Ruth A. Johnson U. S. Air Force , 
Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Aerospace Medical 
Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, April 
1967, 14 pp. 



THE CONFERENCE ON STANDARDIZATION OF ANTHROPOMETRIC 
TECHNIQUES AND TERMINOLOGY, H. T. E. Hertzberg, U. S . 
Air Force, Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Aerospace 
Medical Div., Wright Patterson AFB , Ohio; reprint 
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 28, 
No. 1, January 1968, pp. 1-16 



CHANCES IN BODY SIZES OF YOUNG WOMEN, Florence H. 
Forziati, U. S. Department of Agriculture , Agricultural 
Research Service, Consumer & Food Economics Research 
Div., Washington, D. C., presented at the Second Annual 
Technical Conference of the Apparel Research Foundation, 
Washington, D. C, October 8, 1968, 13 pp. 



HEIGHTS AND WEIGHTS OF ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATES, 
Milicent L. Hathaway & Elsie D. Foard, U. S. Department 
of Agriculture , Human Nutrition Research Division, 
Agricultural Research Service, Washington, D. C, 
Home Economics Research Report No. 10, August 1960, 
110 pp., PB 179 721 

HEIGHTS AND WEIGHTS OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN THE UNITED 
STATES, Milicent L. Hathaway, U.S. Department of 
Agriculture , Institute of Home Economics, Agricultural 
Research Service, Washington, D. C, Home Economics 
Research Report No. 2, October 1957, 131 pp., PB 179 720 



WOMEN I S MEASUREMENTS FOR GARMENT AND PATTERN 
CONSTRUCTION, Ruth O'Brien & William C. Shelton, 
U. S. Department of Agriculture , Bureau of Home 
Economics, Textiles & Clothing Div., Washington, D. C; 
Miscellaneous Publication No. 454, December 1941, 73 pp. 



REACH CAPABILITY OF THE USAF POPULATION — PHASE I, THE 
OUTER BOUNDARIES OF GRASPING-REACH ENVELOPES FOR THE 
SHIRT -SLEEVED, SEATED OPERATOR, Kenneth W. Kennedy, 
U. S. Air Force , Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
Report No. AMRL-TDR-64-59 , September 1964, 83 pp. 



CHILDREN'S BODY MEASUREMENTS FOR PLANNING & EQUIPPING 
SCHOOLS, W. Edgar Martin, U. S. Department of Health, 
Education, 6. Welfare , Office of Education, Division of 
State & Loca.l School Systems, Washington, D. C, 
Special Publication No. 4, 1955, 113 pp. 



SIZE AND MOTION, H. T. E. Hertzberg & Charles Clauser, 
U. S . Air Force , 6570th Aerospace Medical Research 
Labs., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; 
Bloastronautlcs Data Book , Webb Associates, Yellow 
Springs, Ohio, 1964, pp. 241-271; NASA Report SP-3006 



THE FUNCTIONAL BODY MEASUREMENTS OF SCHOOL AGE 
CHILDREN, W. Edgar Martin, U. S. Department of Health , 
Education, & Welfare, Office of Education, Washington, 
D. C.J University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; & 
National School Service Institute, Chicago, 111., 
October 1954, 90 pp. 



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COCKPIT STUDIES - THE BOUNDARIES OF THE MAXIMUM AREA 
FOR THE OPERATION OF MANUAL CONTROLS, Barry G. King, 
Dorothy J. Morrow, & Erwin P. Vollmer, U. S. Navy , 
Naval Medical Research Institute, National Naval 
Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland, Project X-651, 
Report No. 3, July 15, 1947, 40 pp. 



A STATISTICAL COMPARISON OF THE BODY TYPING METHODS OF 
HOOTON AND SHELDON, C. Wesley Dupertuis, Western 
Reserve University , Cleveland, Ohio; Irvin Emanuel, 
U. S. Air Force, Aeromedical Laboratory, Wright- 
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, WADC Technical Report 
56-366, August 1956, 26 pp., AD 97 205 



ANTHROPOMETRY AND VEHICLE C0NSTRUCTI0N--A BRIEF SURVEY, 
E. Fiala, University of Berlin , Institute for Motor 
Vehicles, Berlin, Germany; 1970 International Automotive 
Safety Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive 
Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 52-56, 
SAE Report No. 700357 

THE ANTHROPOMETRY OF BODY ACTION, Wilfrid Taylor 
Dempster, University of Michigan, Department of 
Anatomy, Ann Arbor, Mich.; reprint Annals of the 
New York Academy of Sciences , Vol. 63, Article 4, 
November 28, 1955, pp. 559-585; also WADD Technical 
Report 60-18, AD 234 005 



THE ANTHROPOMETRY OF THE MANUAL WORK SPACE FOR THE 
SEATED SUBJECT, Wilfrid Taylor Dempster, University of 
Michigart , Dept. of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
W. Creighton Gabel, Northwestern University, Dept. of 
Anthropology, Evanston, 111.; & William J. L. Felts, 
University of Minnesota, Dept. of Anatomy, Minneapolis, 
Minn.; American Journal of Physical Anthropology , Vol. 
17, No. 4, December 1959, pp. 289-317 



THE FUNCTIONAL BODY MEASUREMENTS OF SCHOOL AGE 
CHILDREN, W. Edgar Martin, U. S. Department of Health, 
Education, & Welfare, Office of Education, Washington, 
D. C; University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich.; & 
National School Service Institute, Chicago, 111., 
October 1954, 90 pp. 



ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF APPLIED PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 
IN HUMAN ENGINEERING, Robert Hansen & Douglas Y. Cornog, 
H. L. Yoh Company, Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. AF 
33(616) 2353, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Aero Medical 
Lab., Wright Air Development Center, Air Research & 
Development Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, WADC Tech. Report 56-30, May 1958, 298 pp., ASTIA 
Document No. AD-155622 



BIOMECHANICS 

NOMOGRAMS FOR IMPACT CALCULATIONS, Paul Richter, 
Abendgymnasiuro - Hannover ; 11th Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 153- 
158, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



ACCELERATION TERMINOLOGY TABLE OF COMPARATIVE 
EQUIVALENTS, G. J. Pesman, Advisory Group for 
Aeronautical Research & Development , Biodynamics 
Committee, Aerospace Medical Panel, North Atlantic 
Treaty Organization; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 437- 
442, Nolte Oenter for Continuing Education, University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



BIOMECHANICS MONOGRAPH, American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. New York, N. Y., 1967, 245 pp. 



INFANTS AND CHILDREN IN THE ADULT WORLD OF AUTOMOBILE 
SAFETY DESIGN: PEDIATRIC AND ANATOMICAL CONSIDERATIONS 
FOR DESIGN OF CHILD RESTRAINTS, A. R. Burdi, D. F. 
Huelke, R. G. Snyder & G. H. Lowrey, University of 
Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers Third Bioraechanical & 
Human Factors Div. Conference at the University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., June 12-13, 1969; Journal 
of Biomechanics , Vol. 2, 1969, pp. 267-280 



THE ANTHROPOMETRY OF THE MANUAL WORK SPACE FOR THE 
SEATED SUBJECT, Wilfrid Taylor Dempster, University of 
Michigan, Dept. of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
W. Creighton Gabel, Northwestern University, Dept. of 
Anthropology, Evanston, 111.; & William J. L. Felts, 
University of Minnesota , Dept. of Anatomy, Minneapolis, 
Minn.; American Journal of Physical Anthropology , Vol. 
17, No. 4, December 1959, pp. 289-317 



GROWTH OF HEAD, FACE, TRUNK, AND LIMBS IN PHILADELPHIA 
WHITE AND COLORED CHILDREN, OF ELEMENTARY AND HIGH 
SCHOOL AGE, Wilton Marlon Krogman, University of 
Pennsylvania , Division of Graduate Medicine, Philadelphia 
Pa., Monograph; Society for Research in Child 
Development, 1970 

THE CENTER OF GRAVITY IN MAN, F. S. Cotton, University 
of Sydney , Department of Physiology, New South Wales, 
Australia) American Journal of Physical Anthropology , 
Vol. XVIII, No. 3, January-March 1934, pp. 401-405 



BIOASTRONAUTICS DATA BOOK, Paul Webb, Editor, Webb 
Associates, Yellow Springs, Ohio, prepared for 
National Aeronautics 6c Space Administration, Scientific 
6. Technical Information Division, Washington, D. C, 
NASA SP-3006, 1964, 400 pp. 



THE PROBLEM: BIOMECHANICS OF INJURY, John P. Stapp, 
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology , Washington, 
D. C.J Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway 
Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 159-164, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



REVIEW OF AI£ FORCE RESEARCH ON BIODYNAMICS OF 
COLLISION INJURY, John P. Stapp, Armed Forces Institute 
of Pathology ; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 8-9, 196£, pp. 325-342, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



FLOOR ACCELERATIONS AND PASSENGER INJURIES IN 
TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS, Joseph L. Haley, James 
W. Turnbow & Gerrit J. Walhout, Aviation Safety 
Engineering & Research , Phoenix, Ariz., Contract No. 
DA 44-177-AMC-360(T), prepared for U. S. Army 
Aviation Materiel Labs., Fort Eustis, Va., USAAVLABS 
Technical Report 67-16, May 1967, 46 pp. 



SPINE AND SPINAL CORD INJURY, Robert J. White & 
Maurice S. Albin, Case Western Reserve University , 
Medical School, Cleveland, Ohio; Impact Injury and Crash 
Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970,- pp. 63-83 



CRASHWORTHINESS AND BIOMECHANICS OF VEHICLE IMPACT, 
Nicholas Perrone, Catholic University , Washington, D. C, 
presented at the American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers Annual Meeting on Dynamic Response of 
Blomechanlcal Systems , New York, N. Y., December 2, 
1970, 42 pp., PB 194 820 



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A STUDY OF INTERNAL MOVEMENTS OF THE BODY OCCURRING 
ON IMPACT, J. L. Nickerson, Milana Drazic, R. Johnson, 
H. Udesen & K. Turner, Chicago Medical School , Chicago, 
111.: 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
October 10-11, 1967, pp. 129-135, Society of -Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



EVALUATION OF IMPACT TEST ACCELERATIONS: A DAMAGE 
INDEX FOR THE HEAD AND TORSO, J. Brinn 6. S. E. Staffeld, 
Chrysler Corporation , Product Planning & Development, 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Fourteenth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, November 17-18, 1970, pp. 188-202, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



HUMAN RESPONSE TO VEHICLE VIBRATION, Bruce D. Van 
Deusen, Chrysler Corporation , Defense Engineering, 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680090, 
18 pp. 



BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH STUDIES IN ACCELERATION, IMPACT, 
WEIGHTLESSNESS, VIBRATION, AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE AND 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
Richard G. Snyder, John Ice & Judith C. Duncan, 
F ederal Aviation Agency , Civil Aeromedical Research 
Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., Alvin S. Hyde, 
Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Aerospace Medical 
Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and 
Sidney Leverett, Jr., USAF School of Aerospace Medicine 
Aerospace Medical Dlv., Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, 
December 1963, 3,072 pp. 



BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH STUDIES IN ACCELERATION, IMPACT, 
WEIGHTLESSNESS, VIBRATION, AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE AND 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
John Ice & Richard G. Snyder, Federal Aviation Agency , 
Civil Aeromedical Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., 
Alvin S. Hyde, USAF Aerospace Medical Research Labs., 
Aerospace Medical Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force 
Base, Ohio, & Sidney Leverett, Jr., USAF School of 
Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical Div., Brooks 
Air Force Base, Texas, SUPPLEMENT 1, September 1966, 
3,010 pp. 



HUMAN IMPACT TOLERANCE, A. Wisner, Conservatoire 
National des Arts et Metiers ; J. Leroy & J. Bandet, 
Organlsme National de Securlt'e Routiere, Impacts 
Laboratory, Arcueil (Seine), France; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 783-796; SAE Report No. 700399 



DETERMINATION OF CENTERS OF GRAVITY OF CHILDREN, 
SITTING AND STANDING, John J. Swearingen & Joseph W. 
Young, Federal Aviation Agency, Civil Aeromedical 
Research Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., Report No. 
AM 65-23, August 1965, 12 pp. 



FINE STRUCTURE OF CEREBRAL DAMAGE: TOXIC AND MECHANICAL, 
Anthony J. Raimondi 6. Fred Beckman, Cook County Hospital , 
Department of Neurological Surgery, Chicago, 111.; & 
Joseph P. Evans, University of Chicago Hospitals, Chicago 
111.; Impact Injury and Crash Protection , publisher 
Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 160-179 



MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR INJURY PREDICTION, Raymond R. 
McHenry, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., 
Transportation Research Department, Engineering Mechanics 
Section, Buffalo, N. Y.; Impact Injury and Crash 
Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 214-233 



DETERMINATION OF CENTERS OF GRAVITY OF MAN, John J. 
Swearingen, Federal Aviation Agency , Civil Aeromedical 
Research Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., Report No. 
62-14, August 1962, 37 pp. 



KINEMATIC BEHAVIOR OF THE HUMAN BODY DURING DECELERA- 
TION, J. J. Swearingen, A. H. Hasbrook, R. G. Snyder. 
and E. B. McFadden, Federal Av iation Agency., Civil 
Aeromedical Research Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., 
Report No. 62-13, June 1962, 8 pp. 



TOLERANCES OF THE HUMAN FACE TO CRASH IMPACT, John J. 
Swearingen, Federal Aviation Agency, Office of Aviation 
Medicine, Civil Aeromedical Research Institute, 
Oklahoma City, Okla., Report No. AM 65-20, July 1965, 
24 pp. 



A QUANTITATIVE SCALE OF IMPACT INJURY, G. Anthony Ryan 
6. John W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc. , 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. UI-00053, prepared tor 
National Center for Urban & Industrial Health, Public 
Health Service, U. S. Department of Health, Education, 
6. Welfare, Cincinnati, Ohio; & Automobile Manufacturers 
Association, Inc., Detroit, Mich., CAL Report No. 
VJ-1823-R34, October 1968, 25 pp. 



A STUDY OF MILITARY IMPLICATIONS OF PROTECTIVE DEVICES 
DESIGNED TO PREVENT OR AMELIORATE HEAD AND NECK 
INJURIES, Wendell H. Griffith, Life Sciences Research 
Office, Federation of Americ an Socie ti es for E xperi- 
mental Biology. Washington, D. C., September 12, 1966, 
62 pp. 



ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY IN NORMAL AND TRAUMATIZED MUSCLES, 
Max Karl Newman, Detroit Institute of Physical Medicine 
& Rehabilitation, Detroit, Mich.; Paper presented at 
the Meeting of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Rochester, Minn., October 22 6. 23, 1965, 
pp. 31-40 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF IMPACT ACCELERATION LITERATURE-- 
ANNEX TO SYNTHESIS OF IMPACT ACCELERATION TECHNOLOGY 
FOR AVIATION CRASH INJURY PREVENTION, Lillian Cambeis, 
Flight Safety Foundation, Inc ., New York, N. Y., 
Contract No. DA 44-177-AMC-888(T ), prepared for U. S. 
Army, Transportation Research Command, Fort Eustls, 
Va., TRECOM Technical Report 63-31B, June 1963, 101 pp. 



BIOMECHANICS OF FACIAL INJURY, John J. Swearingen, 
Federal Aviation Agency , Office of Aviation Medicine, 
Civil Aeromedical Research Institute, Oklahoma City, 
Okla.; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway 
Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp.. 165-168, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



FUNDAMENTALS OF KINETICS AND KINEMATICS AS APPLIED TO 
INJURY REDUCTION, Joseph L. Haley, Jr., Flight Safety 
Foundat ion , Inc . , Phoenix, Arz.; Impact Injury and 
Crash Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 423-441 



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FXPtKlMENlAL HEAD IMPACT STUDIES, A. L. Haynes, 
Ford Motor Co . , Dearborn, Mich.; H. R. Lissner, 
Wayne State University, Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, 
Detroit, Mich.; The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & 
Field Demonstration Conference, September 14-16, 1961, 
pp. 158-170, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



APPLICATION OF THE IMPACT SENSITIVITY METHOD TO 
ANIMATE STRUCTURES, Murray Kornhauser & Armand Cold, 
General Electric Company , Missile & Space Vehicle Dept. 
Impact Acceleration Stress--A Symposium, National 
Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 
Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 1962, pp. 313-344 



HUMAN HEAD AND KNEE TOLERANCE TO LOCALIZED IMPACTS, 
John W. Melvin & Peter M. Fuller, University of 
Michigan, Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; Roger P. Daniel & George M. Pavliscak, Ford 
Motor Company , Automotive Safety Research Office, 
nearborn, Mich., presented at the Socie'ty of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690477, 15 pp. 



BICMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF KNEE IMPACT, F. W. Cooke, 
Franklin Institute , Research Laboratories, Philadelphia, 
Pa.; & D. A. Nagel, Stanford University, School of 
Medicine, Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford, Calif. 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 117-133, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



COMBINED MEDICAL-ENGINEERING STUDY OF INJURY AND DAMAGE 
TO THE KNEE JOINT IN IMPACT, F. W. Cooke, Franklin 
Institute Research Laboratories , Philadelphia, Pa.; & 
D. A. Nagel, Hahnemann Medical College & Hospital, 
Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. FH-11-6877, prepared for 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C., Final 
Report No. F-C2264, July 1, 1967 - June 30, 1969, 60 pp. 



A DESCRIPTIVE MODEL OF LAMELLAR BONE ANISOTROPY, 
Ernest L. Stech, Frost Engineering Development Corp . 
Englewood, Colo.; Biomechanics Monograph , American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y., 
1967, pp. 236-245 



DYNAMIC MODELS OF THE HUMAN BODY, Ernest L. Stech 5. 
Peter R. Payne, Frost Engineering Development 
Corporation , Englewood, Colo., Contract No. AF 33(657)- 
9514, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Aerospace Medical 
Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, AMRL-TR-66-157, November 1969, 49 pp., AD 701 383 



CADAVER KNEE, CHEST AND HEAD IMPACT LOADS, L. M. 
Patrick & H. J. Mertz, Jr., Wayne State University, 
Detroit, Mich.; C. K. Kroell, General Motors Corp., 
Research Labs., Warren, Mich.; 11th Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, ■ October 10-11, 1967, pp. 106- 
117, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



CRITERIA FOR INJURY POTENTIAL, Charles W. Gadd, 
General Motors Corp ., Research Labs., Detroit, Mich. 
National Academy of Sciences, National Research 
Council Publication No. 977, Washington, D. C, 
1962, pp. 141-144 



DEFLECTION OF THE HUMAN THORAX UNDER STERNAL IMPACT, 
Alan M. Nahum, University of California, Center for the 
Health Sciences, Department of Surgery, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; Charles W. Gadd, Dennis C. Schneider & Charles 
K. Kroell, General Motors Corporation , Research Labs., 
Warren, Mich.; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 797-807; SAE Report 
No. 700400 



EVALUATING KNEE-TO-INSTRUMENT PANEL IMPACTS, Richard A. 
Wilson, General Motors Proving Ground, Safety Research 
and Development Lab., Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of 
the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 134-148, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. 
New York, N. Y. 



FORCES ON THE HUMAN BODY IN SIMULATED CRASHES, 
Lawrence M. Patrick & Harold J. Mertz, Jr., Wayne 
State University, Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; Charles K. Kroell, General Motors 
Research Labs. , Electro-Mechanics Dept., Detroit, 
Mich. j Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 237-259, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE DYNAMICS OF HUMAN RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, Peter R. Payne, 
Frost Engineering Development Corporation , Englewood, 
Colo.; Impact Acceleration Stress--A Symposium, National 
Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 
Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 1962, pp. 195-257 



IMPACT TOLERANCE OF THE SKULL AND FACE, Alan M. Nahum 
James D. Gatts, University of California, School of 
Medicine, Los Angeles, Calif.; Charles W. Gadd & 
John Danforth, General Motors Corp ., Research Labs., 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 302-316, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



OPTIMIZATIONS OF HUMAN RESTRAINT SYSTEMS FOR SHORT- 
PERIOD ACCELERATION, Peter R. Payne, Frost Engineering 
Development Corporation , Englewood, Colo.; Biomechanics 
Monograph , American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 33-56 



A NEW CRASH SIMULATOR AND BIOMECHANICS RESEARCH 
PROGRAM, Charles K. Kroell, General Motors Corp ., 
Research Labs., Detroit, Mich.; & Lawrence M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University, Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; 8th Stapp Car Crash 6. Field 
Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 185- 
228, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



PERSONNEL RESTRAINT AND SUPPORT SYSTEM DYNAMICS, 
Peter R. Payne, Frost Engineering Development Corp ., 
Englewood, Colo., Contract No. AF 33 (657) - 9514, 
prepared for U. S. Air Force, Aerospace Medical 
Research Lab., Aerospace Medical Div., Air Force 
Systems Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, Report No. AMRL-TR-65- 127 , October 1965, 89 pp. 
AD 624 487 



STRENGTH OF SKIN AND ITS MEASUREMENT WITH SPECIAL 
APPLICATION TO TRAUMA, C. W. Gadd 6, F. J. Peterson, 
General Motors Research Labs ., Electro-Mechanics Dept., 
Warren, Mich.; W. A. Lange, Wayne State University, 
College of Medicine, Dept. of Plastic Surgery, Detroit-, 
Mich.; Biomechanics Monograph , American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 18 
191 



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TOLERANCE AND PROPERTIES OF SUPERFICIAL SOFT TISSUES IN 
SITU, Charles W. Gadd, Dennis C. Schneider & Richard 
G. Madeira, General Motors Corporation , Research Labs., 
Warren, Mich.; & Alan M. Nahum, University of California 
School of Medicine, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings 
of the Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 
17-18, 1970, pp. 356-368, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



METHODS OF ESTABLISHING HUMAN TOLERANCE LEVELS: CADAVER 
AND ANIMAL RESEARCH AND CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS, 
Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State University, Department 
of Mechanical Engineering Sciences, Detroit, Mich.; & 
Takashi B. Sato, Keio University , Division of Mechanical 
Engineering, Tokyo, Japan; Impact Inj ury and Crash 
Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 259-273 



TOLERANCE OF THORAX AND ABDOMEN, Harold J. Mertz, Jr., 
Wayne State University, Department of Engineering 
Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; & Charles K. Kroell, General 
Motors Research Laboratories , Electro-Mechanics 
Department, Warren, Mich.; Impact Injury and Crash 
Protection, publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 372-399 



USE OF A WEIGHTED-IMPULSE CRITERION FOR ESTIMATING 
INJURY HAZARD, Charles W. Gadd, General Motors Corp. , 
Research Labs., Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 1966, 
pp. 164-174, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



HUMAN TOLERANCE TO RAPIDLY APPLIED ACCELERATIONS: 
A SUMMARY OF THE LITERATURE, A. Martin Eiband, 
Lewis Research Center , Cleveland, Ohio, prepared for 
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 
Washington, D. C, NASA Memo 5-19-59E, June 1959, 93 pp. 



A STUDY OF FORCES CAUSED BY HEAD IMPACT ON AIRCREW 
PERSONNEL ARMOR UNDER SIMULATED CRASH CONDITIONS, 
Clifford I. Gatlin & James L. Schamadan, Marshall 
Industries, Dynamic Science, Phoenix, Ariz.; Edward P. 
Barron & Stanley D. Tanenholtz, U. S. Army Natick Labs., 
Clothing & Personal Life Support Equipment Lab., 
Natick, Mass., C&PLSEL-59, Technical Report No. 69-49-CE 
November 1968, 92 pp., AD 685 838 



COMBINED MEDICAL-ENGINEERING STUDY OF INJURY AND DAMAGE 
TO THE KNEE JOINT IN IMPACT, F. W. Cooke, Franklin 
Institute Research Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pa.; & 
D. A. Nagel, Hahnemann Medical College & Hospital , 
Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. FH-11-6877, prepared for 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Final 
Report No. F-C2264, July 1, 1967 - June 30, 1969, 60 pp. 



A CHRONOLOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE BIOLOGICAL 
EFFECTS OF IMPACT, Carl C. Clark, Denis Faubert & 
Bruce Cooper, Martin Company , Life Sciences Dept., 
Baltimore, Md . ; Impact Acceleration Stress--A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
1962, pp. 375-504 



THE CENTER OF GRAVITY OF THE HUMAN BODY, Benjamin C. 
Duggar, Harvard School of Public Health, Div. of 
Environmental Hygiene, Boston, Mass.; reprint Human 
Factors, June 1962, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 131-148 



LIVING HUMAN DYNAMIC RESPONSE TO -G x IMPACT 
ACCELERATI0N--II: ACCELERATIONS MEASURED ON THE HEAD AND 
NECK, C. L. Ewing & M. J. Smith, U. S. Navy, Aerospace 
Medical Institute; D. J. Thomas, Harvard University , 
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass.; 
L. M. Patrick, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.; 
(x G. W. Beeler, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 400-415, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



PATH OF BODY TRAVEL, Alfred L. Moseley, Harvard 
University , Harvard Medical School, Dept. of Legal 
Medicine, Boston, Mass.; Impact Acceleration Stress--A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
1962, pp. 323-331 



EFFECTS OF PITCH ANGLE ON IMPACT TOLERANCE, John P. 
Stapp, Brooks Air Force Base, Aerospace Medical Div., 
Texas; Ellis R. Taylor, Izmir Air Force Base , Turkey; 
& Richard Chandler, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; 
The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 500-502, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



WHIPLASH INJURIES, John J. Dowling, Jefferson Medical 
School , Clinical Orthopedics; American Association of 
Industrial Nurses Journal , Vol. 12, May 1964, pp. 12- 
15 & 34-35 



HUMAN ACCELERATION STUDIES--A PROPOSED PHYSIOLOGICAL 
ACCELERATION TERMINOLOGY WITH AN HISTORICAL REVIEW, 
Carl C. Clark, The Martin Co. . Life Sciences Dept., 
Engineering Div., Baltimore, Md., James D. Hardy & 
Richard J. Crosbie, U. S. Naval Air Development Center, 
Aviation Medical Acceleration Lab., Johnsville, Pa., 
published by National Academy of Sciences, National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 913, 
1961, 65 pp. 



LIVING HUMAN DYNAMIC RESPONSE TO -G x IMPACT 
ACCELERATION--II: ACCELERATIONS MEASURED ON THE HEAD AND 
NECK, C. L. Ewing & M. J. Smith, U. S. Navy, Aerospace 
Medical Institute; D. J. Thomas, Harvard University, 
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass.; 
L. M. Patrick, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.; 
& G. W. Beeler, Mayo Clinic , Rochester, Minn.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 400-415, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



HUMAN TOLERANCE TO AUTOMATIC RESTRAINT HARNESS 
ACTIVATOR FORCES, Richard V. Ganslen, McDonnell 
Aircraft Corporation, Aerospace Medicine, St. Louis, 
Mo.; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 13-18, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



FUNDAMENTALS OF CLINICAL CARDIOLOGY—CARDIOVASCULAR 
STRESS (ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC CHANGES) PRODUCED BY 
DRIVING AN AUTOMOBILE, Ernst Simonson, Charles Baker, 
Neal Burns, Charles Keiper, 0. H. Schmitt, & Stirling 
Stackhouse, University of Minnesota, Laboratory of 
Physiological Hygiene; & Mt. Sinai Hospital , 
Minneapolis, Minn.; reprint American Hea rt Journal , 
Vol. 75, No. 1, January 1968, pp. 125-135 



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IMPACT ACCELERATION STRESS--A SYMPOSIUM, Held at Brooks 
Air Force Base, November 27-29, 1961, National Academy 
of Sciences-National Research Council , Washington, D. C. 
Publication 977, 1962, 504 pp. 



CRASH TESTING OF HUMANS IN AUTOMOBILE SEATS, Richard F. 
Chandler & Robert A. Christian, National Bureau of 
Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C; 1970 international Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 112-132; SAE Report 
No. 700361 



HUMAN MUSCULAR RESTRAINT DURING SLED DECELERATION, 
Richard W. Armstrong & Hal P. Waters, National Bureau 
of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C.j J. P. Stapp, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, 
D. C; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 440-462, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



BRAIN TISSUE ELECTROLYTES AND WATER CONTENT IN 
EXPERIMENTAL CONCUSSION IN THE MONKEY, Fred H. Faas, 
U. S. Naval Medical Research Institute, Biophysics 
Div., Bethesda, Md.; Ayub K. Ommaya, National 
Institutes of Health , National Institutes of 
Neurological Diseases and Blindness, Bethesda, Md.; 
reprint Journal of Neurosurgery , Vol. XXVIII, No. 2, 
1968, pp. 137-144 



TOLERANCE OF SUBHUMAN PRIMATE BRAIN TO CEREBRAL 
CONCUSSION, Arthur E. Hirsch, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Institute, Washington, 
D. C.J Ayub K. Ommaya, National Institutes of Health , 
National Institute of Neurological Disease & Blindness, 
Bethesda, Md . ; & Richard H. Mahone, U. S. Navy, Naval 
Ship Research & Development Center, Personnel Protection 
Branch, Washington, D. C; Impact Injury and Crash 
Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 352-369 



TOLERANCES FOR CEREBRAL CONCUSSION FROM HEAD IMPACT AND 
WHIPLASH IN PRIMATES, A. K. Ommaya, National Institutes 
of Health , National Institute of Neurological Diseases 
& Stroke, Bethesda, Md.; & A. E. Hirsch, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C.j 1970 International Automobile 
Safety Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive 
Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, SAE Report 
No. 700401, 14 pp. 



WHIPLASH INJURY AND BRAIN DAMAGE--AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY, 
Ayub K. Ommaya, Fred Faas & Philip Yarnell, National 
Institutes of Health , National Institute of 
Neurological Diseases & Blindness, Bethesda, Md.; 
reprint The Journal of The American Medical Association , 
Vol. 204, April 22, 1968, pp. 285-289 



TRANSIENT MOTIONS AND INTERNAL INJURIES IN A CRASH, 
J. T. Muller, New Jersey Dynamic Testing Laboratory , 
Hanover, N, J.; Proceedings of the Sixth Stapp Car 
Crash and Field Demonstration Conference, November 7, 
8, 9, 1963, pp. 36-43, University Microfilms, Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 



CEREBRAL CONCUSSION IN THE MONKEY: AN EXPERIMENTAL 

MODEL, Ayub K. Ommaya & E. S. Flaram, National 

Institutes of Health , National Institute of Neurological 

Diseases & Blindness, Bethesda, Md.; A. E. Hirsch & 

R. H. Mahone, David Taylor Model Basin, Carderock, Md.; 

reprint Science, Vol. 153, No. 3732, July 8, 1966, 

pp. 211-212 



MOMENTS OF INERTIA AND CENTERS OF GRAVITY OF THE 
LIVING HUMAN BODY, W. R. Santschi, J. DuBois & C. 
Omoto, North American Aviation, Inc ., Los Angeles, 
Calif., Contract No. AF 33(657)-7848, prepared for 
U. S. Air Force, 6570th Aerospace Medical Research 
Labs., Aerospace Medical Div., Behavioral Sciences 
Lab., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Report 
No. AMRL-TDR-63-36, May 1963, 62 pp., AD 410451 



PATHOLOGIC BIOMECHANICS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 
INJURY IN HEAD IMPACT AND WHIPLASH TRAUMA, Ayub K. 
Ommaya, National Institutes of Health, National 
Institute of Neurological Diseases & Blindness, 
Bethesda, Md . ; Paul Corrao, U. S. Naval Medical 
Research Institute, Biophysics Div., Bethesda, Md . 
51 pp., 18 figs. 



ANALYSIS AND BI0DYNAMICS OF SELECTED ROCKET-SLED EXPERI- 
MENTS, J. P. Stapp, J. D. Mosely, C. F. Lombard, G. A. 
Nelson, G. Nichols & F. Larmle, Northrop Space Labs ., 
Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. AF4K609 )--2317, for 
USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical 
Division (AFSC), Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, July 
1964, 148 pp. 



THE ROLE OF WHIPLASH IN CEREBRAL CONCUSSION, Ayub K. 
Ommaya, National Institutes of Health , National 
Institute of Neurological Disease & Blindness; Arthur 
E. Hirsch, U. S. Navy, David Taylor Model Basin; 
John L. Martinez, Tulane University, School of Engi- 
neering; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 314-324, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



SCALING OF EXPERIMENTAL DATA ON CEREBRAL CONCUSSION IN 
SUB-HUMAN PRIMATES TO CONCUSSION THRESHOLD FOR MAN, 
A. K. Ommaya & P. Yarnell, National Institutes of 
Health , National Institute of Neurological Disease & 
Blindness, Bethesda, Md. ; A. E. Hirsch, Naval Ship 
Research & Development Center, Personnel Protection 
Branch, Carderock, Md.; E. H. Harris, Tulane University, 
New Orleans, La.; 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 47-52, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



DEVELOPMENT OF SUPPORT AND RESTRAINT TECHNOLOGY, W. A. 
Robbins, G. L. Potter & C. F. Lombard, Northrop Corporate 
Laboratories. Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. F33615-67- 
C-1651, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson 
Air Force Base, Ohio, Report No. AMRL-TR-68-136, April 
1969, 61 pp. 



IMPACT PROTECTION BY IS0V0LUMETRIC CONTAINMENT OF THE 
TORSO, C. F. Lombard 6c S. H. Advani, Northrop Corp. , 
Space Labs., Hawthorne, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 1966, 
pp. 196-206, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. ¥. 



"MEGAB00M" LINEAR WINDBLAST TESTS ON SUBJECTS AND 
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, Northrop Corporation , Northrop 
Space Labs., Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. AF 41 
(657)-405, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Aerospace 
Medical Center, School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks 
Air Force Base, Texas, Report No. NSL 62-52, March 15, 
1962, 69 pp. 



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PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF "PROTECTED" GUINEA PIGS IN HIGH 
TRANSVERSE IMPACT ACCELERATIONS, Perry Close,- Charles 
F. Lombard, S. Davis Bronson, 6. Frederick C. Thiede, 
Northrop Space Labs ., Life Sciences Section, Biodynamics 
Lab., Hawthorne, Calif.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. SOS- 
SIS, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



SOME FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO HEAD AND NECK INJURIES 
DURING WHOLE BODY IMPACT USING GUINEA PIG SUBJECTS IN 
±G X ORIENTATIONS, C. F. Lombard, W. A. Robbins, & 
G. L. Potter, Northrop Corporate Labs. , Hawthorne, 
Calif.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 338-351, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ETUDE BIOMECANIQUE DES TRAUMATISM^ CRANIO-CEREBRAUX 
(BIOMECHANICAL STUDY OF CRANIO-Ce're'bRAL TRAUMA 
MECHANISMS), Pottier, Organisme National de Securite' 
Routiere, Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 11, 



May 1965, 17 pp. 



HUMAN IMPACT TOLERANCE^ A. Wisner, Conservatoire 
National des Arts et Metiers; J. Leroy & J. Bandet, 
Organisme National de Securite Routiere , Impacts 
Laboratory, Arcueil (Seine), France; 1970 Int-ernatlonal 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 783-796; SAE Report No. 700399 



THE PELVIS IN THE BIPEDALISM OF PRIMATES, C. A. R. D. 
Snell & H. W. A. Donhuysen, Rijksunlversiteit , 
Janskorkhof, Laboratorium voor Anatomie en Embryo logie, 
Utreht, Netherlands; American Journal of Physical 
Anthropology , Vol. 28, pp. 239-246 



LINEAR DECELERATION STUDIES AND HUMAN TOLERANCE, 
F. Latham, Royal Air Force , Institute of Aviation 
Medicine, Flying Personnel Research Committee, 
Farnborough, England, FPRC Report No. 1012, June 1957, 
15 pp., AD 141 044 



SOME CURRENT IMPACT STUDIES IN GREAT BRITAIN, J. C. 
Guignard, R. A. F. Institute of Aviation Medicine , 
Farnborough, Hants^ England; Impact Acceleration 
Stress--A Symposium, National Academy of Sciences- 
National Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publica- 
tion 977, 1962, pp. 301-311 



SURVEY OF RESEARCH PROJECTS ON HUMAN TOLERANCES TO 
IMPACT FORCES, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc . 
New York, N. Y., SP-294, February 1968, 33 pp. 



COMPARATIVE RESPONSES OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED 
PRIMATES, BOTH LIVE AND EMBALMED, TO IMPACT STRESS, 
Jeffry S. Life & Bruce W. Pince, Space/Defense Corp. , 
Basic & Applied Research Dept.; 11th Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 136- 
152, Society "of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



LA TOLERANCE HUMAINE AU CHOC (HUMAN TOLERANCE TO SHOCK), 
Alain Wisner, Jean Leroy, & Jacques Bandet, Organisme 
National de Se'curlte' Routiere , Arcueil (Seine), France, 
Bulletin, No. 26, Avril 1970, 20 pp. 



THE RESPONSE OF SQUIRREL MONKEYS TO HIGH ACCELERATIVE 
FORCES, John N. Mehelas & Bruce W. Pine, Space/ 
Defense Corporation, Birmingham, Mich., Contract 
No. NASw-851, prepared for National Aeronautics & 
Space Administration, Washington, D. C, SDC Report No. 
TR64-U1, 1965, 305 pp. 



BIOMECHANICAL PROBLEMS OF THE LUMBAR SPINE, Olof Perey , 
Orebro, Sweden; Impact Acceleration Stress--A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
1962, pp. 25-26 



STRAIN ENERGY FUNCTION FOR BIOLOGICAL TISSUES, 
Perng-Fei Gou, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn , 
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
presented at the 4th Annual ASME Biomechanics Conference 
Washington, D. C, June 1-2, 1970; Journal of 
Biomechanics, Vol. 3, No. 6A, 1970, pp. 547-550 



INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE AND HEAD ACCE 
WHIPLASH, Harold D. Portnoy & Duran 
General Hospital , Pontiac, Mich.; M 
Lowell E. McCoy & Bruce Pince, Spac 
Birmingham, Mich.; Robert Edgerton 
Rochester, Mich.; & Joseph Young, F 
Administration, Oklahoma City, Okla 
the Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conf 
18, 1970, pp. 152-168, Society of A 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



LERATI0N DURING 
d Benjamin, Pontiac 
ichael Brian, 
e/Defense Corp. , 

Oakland University, 
ederal Aviation 

Proceedings of 

erence, November 17- 

utomotive Engineers, 



BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF KNEE IMPACT, F. W. Cooke, 
Franklin Institute, Research Laboratories, Philadelphia, 
Pa. J & D. A. Nagel, Stanford University , School of 
Medicine, Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford, Calif. 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 117-133, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



A MINIMAL COMPRESSION FRACTURE OF T-3 AS A RESULT OF 
IMPACT, Galen A. Holcomb & Marilyn Huheey, Stanley 
Aviation Corporation ; Impact Acceleration Stress--A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
1962, pp. 191-194 



AN ANALYTICAL MODEL TO DUPLICATE HUMAN DYNAMIC FORCE 
RESPONSE TO IMPACT, Thomas J. Wittmann, Technology Inc. , 
Dayton, Ohio, presented at the Winter Annual Meeting & 
Energy Systems Exposition, New York, N. Y., November 27- 
December 1, 1966, of The American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Report No. 
AMRL-TR-66-126, ASME publication No. 66-WA/BHF-12, 8 pp. 



BIOKINETIC STUDY OF THE HEAD TO THORAX LINKAGE, 
C. Tarriere & C. Sapin, Renault-Peugeot Association , 
Physiology & Bioklnetic Lab.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 365-380, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



A DEVICE FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF HEAD INJURY 
EFFECTED BY NON-DEFORMING HEAD ACCELERATIONS, 
Lawrence S. Higgins & Robert A. Schmall, Technology 
Inc . , Life Sciences Div., Dayton, Ohio; 11th Stapp 
Car Crash Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, 
pp. 35-4.6, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



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THE INVESTIGATION OF THE PARAMETERS OF HEAD INJURY 
RELATED TO ACCELERATION AND DECELERATION, Lawrence S. 
Higglns, Robert A. Schmall, Clarence P. Cain, Philip 
E. Kielpinski, Frank P. Primiano, Jr., Ted W. Barber & 
Judy A. Brockway, Technology Incorporated , Research 
& Development, Life Sciences Div., San Antonio, Texas, 
Contract No. DA-49-193-MD-2610, prepared for U. S. 
Amy Medical Research & Development Command, Washington, 
D. C, Report No. TI-118-67-1, June 1967, 113 pp. 
AD 659 795 



MULTIPLE DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM, NONLINEAR SPINAL MODEL, 
Richard Toth, Technology I nc. , Dayton, Ohio, presented 
at 19th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine & 
Biology November 14-17, 1966, Sheraton Palace Hotel, 
San. Francisco, Calif., 4 pp. 3 figures 



PROGRESS OF THE NONLINEAR HUMAN BODY DYNAMIC FORCE 
MODEL, T. J. Wittmann, Technology Inc. , Dayton, Ohio, 
memorandum dated September 21, 1966, 3 pp., 6 figures 



RESEARCH ON EFFECTS OF ABRUPT ACCELERATION ON MAN AND 
ANIMALS, T. J. Wittman, Technology Inc. , Dayton, Ohio, 
for Aerospace Medical Research Laboratories, Wright 
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Contract No. F33615-67- 
C-1480, February 6-May 6, 1967, 24 pp. 



ACCELERATION-DECELERATION INJURIES OF THE CERVICAL 
SPINE IN ANIMALS, Jack Wickstrom, John L. Martinez, 
David Johnston & Neil C. Tappen, Tulane University 
School of Medicine & College of Engineering, 
Orthopaedic Surgery Div., New Orleans, La.; The 
Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 284-301, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



TULANE UNIVERSITY STUDIES OF ACCELERATION INJURIES 
IN ANIMALS, John L. Martinez, Jack Wickstrom & Brian 
T. Barcelo, Tulane University, School of Engineering, 
New Orleans, La.; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 129-141, 
Nolte Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE WHIPLASH INJURY--A STUDY OF HEAD-NECK ACTION AND 
INJURIES IN ANIMALS, John L. Martinez, Jack K. 
Wickstrom & Brian T. Barcelo, Tulane University , School 
of Engineering, New Orleans, La.; Biomechanics 
Monograph , American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 171-183 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS ISSUED BY THE BEHAVIORAL 
SCIENCES LABORATORY: ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY, TRAINING 
PSYCHOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS, SIMULATION 
TECHNIQUES, & PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, Sandra A. 
Stevenson & Lavon E. Trygg, U. S. Air Force , Aerospace 
Medical Research Labs., Aerospace Medical Div., 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, June 1966, 140 
pp. 

1966 SUPPLEMENT TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS ISSUED BY 
THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES LABORATORY: ENGINEERING 
PSYCHOLOGY, TRAINING PSYCHOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS, 
SIMULATION TECHNIQUES, & PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 
Sandra A. Stevenson & Ruth A. Johnson, U. S. Air Force , 
Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Aerospace Medical 
Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, April 
1967, 14 pp.- 



BIOMECHANICS OF IMPACT INJURY, Henning E. von Gierke, 
U. S. Air Force , Aerospace Medical Lab., Wright- 
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; Impact Acceleration 
Stress--A Symposium, National Academy of Sciences- 
National Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publica- 
tion 977, 1962, pp. 121-122 



CERVICAL SPRAIN SYNDROME EXPERIMENTAL ACCELERATION 
INJURIES OF THE HEAD AND NECK, Jack Wickstrom, John 
Martinez & Raoul Rodriguez Jr., Tulane University, 
School of Medicine, New Orleans, La.; Proc. Symposium 
on the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, 
pp. 182-187, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



HIGH SPEED FLASH X-RAY AND CINEMATOGRAPHY IN INJURY 
RESEARCH, John L. Martinez, Tulane University , College 
of Engineering, New Orleans, La.; Impact Injury and 
Crash Prote ction, publisher Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 196-207 



THE ROLE OF WHIPLASH IN CEREBRAL CONCUSSION, Ayub k. 
Oramaya, National Institute of Neurological Disease & 
Blindness; Arthur E. Hirsch, U. S. Navy, David Taylor 
Model Basin, John L. Martinez, Tulane University , 
School of Engineering; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 314-324, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



BIOMECHANICS OF THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN AND INTERNAL 
ORGAN RESPONSE TO SEATED SPINAL IMPACT IN THE RHESUS 
MONKEY (MACACA MULATTA), L. E. Kazarian, J. W. Hahn & 
H. E. Von Gierke, U. S. Air Force, Air Force Systems 
Command, Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; Proceedings of 
the Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17- 
18, 1970, pp. 121-143, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH STUDIES IN ACCELERATION, IMPACT, 
WEIGHTLESSNESS, VIBRATION, AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE AND 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
Richard G. Snyder, John Ice & Judith C. Duncan, 
Federal Aviation Agency, Civil Aeroraedical Research 
Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., Alvin S. Hyde, U. S. 
Air Force Aerospace Medical Research Labs ., Aerospace 
Medical Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
and Sidney Leverett, Jr., USAF School of Aerospace 
Medicine , Aerospace Medical Div., Brooks Air Force Base, 
Texas, December 1963, 3,072 pp. 



SCALING OF EXPERIMENTAL DATA ON 
IN SUB-HUMAN PRIMATES TO C0NCUS 
A. K. Ommaya 6. P. Yarnell, Nati 
Health, National Institute of N 
Blindness, Bethesda, Md.; A. E 
Research 6. Development Center, 
Branch, Carderock, Md . ; E. H. H 
New Orleans, La.; 11th Stapp Ca 
Proceedings, October 10-11, 196 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 



CEREBRAL CONCUSSION 
SI0N THRESHOLD FOR MAN, 
onal Institutes of 
eurological Disease & 

Hirsch, Naval Ship 
Personnel Protection 
arris, Tulane University, 
r Crash Conference 
7, pp. 47-52, Society 
New York, N. Y. 



BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH STUDIES IN ACCELERATION, IMPACT, 
WEIGHTLESSNESS, VIBRATION, AND EMERGENCY ESCAPE AND 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS: A COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
John Ice & Richard G. Snyder, Federal Aviation Agency, 
Civil Aeromedical Institute, Oklahoma City, Okla., 
Alvin S. Hyde, USAF Aerospace Medical Research Labs ., 
Aerospace Medical Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force 
Base, Ohio, & Sidney Leverett, Jr., USAF School of 
Aerospace Medicine , Aerospace Medical Div., Brooks 
Air Force Base, Texas, SUPPLEMENT 1, September 1966. 
3,010 pp. 



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COMPARISON OF THE DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF DUMMIES, 
ANIMALS AND MAN, Rolf R. Coermann, U. S. Air Force , 
Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Wright-Patterson 
Air Force Base, Ohio; Impact Acceleration Stress--A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
1962, pp. 173-184 



HUMAN TOLERANCE TO AIRCRAFT SEAT BELT RESTRAINT, 
Sidney T. Lewis & John P. Stapp, U. S. Air Force , Aero 
Medical Field Laboratory, Holloman Air Force Base, 
New Mexico, presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the 
Aero Medical Association, Denver, Colo., May 6, 1957; 
Journal of Aviation Medicine, Vol. 29, No. 3, March 1958 
pp. 187-196 



THE DAISY DECELERATOR, Richard F. Chandler, U. S. Air 
Force , 6571st Aeromedical Research Laboratory, 
Aerospace Medical Division, Holloman Air Force Base, 
New Mexico, Report No. ARL-TR-67-3, May 1967, 58 pp., 
AD 653 972 



EFFECTS OF PITCH ANGLE ON IMPACT TOLERANCE, John P. 
Stapp, U. S. Air Force , Brooks Air Force Base, 
Aerospace Medical Div., Texas; Ellis R. Taylor, Izmir 
Air Force Base, Turkey; & Richard Chandler, Holloman 
Air Force Base, New Mexico; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 500- 
502, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



HUMAN TOLERANCE TO LATERAL IMPACT WITH LAP BELT ONLY, 
Albert B. Zaborowski, USAF 6571st Aeromedical Research 
Lab., Aerospace Medical Div., Air Force Systems 
Command, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; 8th 
Stapp Car Crash & Field Demonstration Conference, 
October 21-23, 1964, pp. 34-71, Wayne State University 
Press, Detroit, Mich. 



HYGE SHOCK TEST FACILITY AT 6571ST AEROMEDICAL 
RESEARCH LABORATORY, William F. Hack, U. S. Air Force 
Aeromedical Research Lab., Aerospace Medical Div., 
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, Technical 
Documentary Report No. ARL-TDR-62-22, September 1962, 
23 pp. 



ESTIMATION OF THE MASS OF BODY SEGMENTS, James T. 
Barter, U. S. Air Force , Wright Air Development Center 
Air Research & Development Command, Aeromedical Lab., 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, WADC Technical 
Report 57-260, April 1957, 10 pp., AD 118 222 



JOLT EFFECTS OF IMPACT ON MAN, John P. Stapp, U. S. Air 
Force , Aerospace Medical Division, Brooks AF Base, San 
Antonio, Texas; Impact Acceleration Stress--A Symposium, 
National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 
Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 1962, pp. 123-130 



EVALUATION OF THE LAP-TYPE AUTOMOBILE SAFETY BELT 
WITH REFERENCE TO HUMAN TOLERANCE, John P. Stapp, 
U. S. Air Force Aeromedical Laboratory , Wright Field, & 
D. L. Enfield, USAF Aeromedical Field Laboratory, 
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Summer Meeting, 
Chalfonte-Haddon Hall, Atlantic City, N. J., June 8-13, 
1958, SAE Report No. 62A, 10 pp., 2 figs. 



LATERAL IMPACT STUDIES--LAP BELT SHOULDER HARNESS 
INVESTIGATIONS, Albert V. Zaborowski, U. S. Air Force, 
6571st Aeromedical Research Lab., Bioeffects Div., 
Biodynamics Branch, Holloman Air Force Base, New 
Mexico; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 93-128, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



EXPERIMENTS CONDUCTED ON A SWING DEVICE FOR DETERMINING 
HUMAN TOLERANCE TO LAP BELT TYPE DECELERATIONS, 
Sidney T. Lewis & John P. Stapp, U.S. Air Force , 
Air Force Missle Development Center, Holloman Air Force 
Base, New Mexico, Report No. AFMDC TN 57-1 December 
1957, 21 pp., AD 135005 



MECHANICAL IMPEDANCE AS A TOOL IN BIOMECHANICS, 
Edmund B. Weis, Jr., Neville P. Clarke & Henning E. 
Von Gierke, U. S. Air Force, Aerospace Medical Research 
Labs., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; 
Biomechanics Monograph, American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 82-101 



HUMAN MECHANICS, FOUR MONOGRAPHS ABRIDGED: CENTER 
OF GRAVITY OF THE HUMAN BODY, W. Braune & 0. Fischer; 
THEORETICAL FUNDAMENTALS FOR A MECHANICS OF LIVING 
BODIES, 0. Fischer; THE HUMAN MOTOR, J. Amar; & 
SPACE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SEATED OPERATOR, W. T. 
Dempster; compiled by Wilton Marion Krogman & Francis 
E. Johnston, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pa., for U.S. Air Force , 6570th Aerospace Medical 
Research Labs., Aerospace Medical Div., Behavioral 
Sciences Lab., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
under Contract No. AF 33(616)-8091, Report No. 
AMRL-TDR-63-123, December 1963, 366 pp., AD 600 618 



HUMAN RESPONSE TO SEVERAL IMPACT ACCELERATION 
ORIENTATIONS AND PATTERNS, Edmund B. Weis, Jr., Neville 
P. Clarke & James W. Brinkley, U. S. Air Force ; 
Aerospace Medicine, Vol. 34, No. 12, December 1963, 
pp. 1122-1129 



HUMAN TOLERANCE, INJURY AND SURVIVAL LIMITS FOR 
COLLISION IMPACT, John P. Stapp, U. S. Air Force , 
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology; Proceedings of 
the Conference on Vehicle Crash and Injury Prevention, 
July 11 & 12, 1966, pp. 30-42, Society of Motor 
Manufacturers & Traders, Ltd., London, England 



MEDICAL ASPECTS OF SAFETY SEAT BELT DEVELOPMENT, 
John P. Stapp, U. S. Air Force , Aerospace Medical Div., 
Brooks Air Force Base, Texas; Proceedings of the 
Sixth Stapp Car Crash and Field Demonstration 
Conference, November 7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 160-166, 
University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



RADIOGRAPHIC STUDIES OF CARDIAC DISPLACEMENT DURING 
ABRUPT DECELERATION, Peter G. Hanson, U. S. Air Force 
6571st Aeromedical Research Lab.; Proceedings of the 
Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 1966, 
pp. 227-241, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



SIZE AND MOTION, H. T. E. Hertzberg & Charles Clauser, 
U. S. Air Force , 6570th Aerospace Medical Research 
Labs., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; 
Bioastronautics Data Book, Webb Associates, Yellow 
Springs, Ohio, 1964, pp. 241-271; NASA Report SP-3006 



TRAUMA CAUSED BY IMPACT AND BLAST, John P. Stapp, 

U. S. Air Force ; Clinical Neurosurgery , Vol. 12, pp. 324- 

343 



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USE OF CONTOURED RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN EXPOSURE OF 
LARGE PRIMATES TO -150 G x IMPACT, R. W. Sonntag, Jr., 
U. S. Air Force , 6571st Aeroraedlcal Research Lab., 
Holloraan Air Force Base, New Mecico; W. A. Newsora, 
University Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa; & S..D. Leverett, 
Jr., & V. E. Kirtland, U. S. Air Force , School of 
Aerospace Medicine; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 201-206, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



TOLERANCE OF SUBHUMAN PRIMATE BRAIN TO CEREBRAL 
CONCUSSION, Arthur E. Hirsch, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Institute, Washington, 
D. C.J Ayub K. Oramaya, National Institutes of Health, 
National Institute of Neurological Disease 6. Blindness, 
Bethesda, Md.; & Richard H. Mahone, U. S. Navy, Naval 
Ship Research & Development Center, Personnel Protection 
Branch, Washington, D. C; Impact Injury and Crash 
Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 352-369 



DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF THE HEAD AND NECK OF THE LIVING 
HUMAN TO -G x IMPACT ACCELERATION, Channing L. Ewing, 
U. S. Navy, Aerospace Medical Institute; Daniel J. 
Thomas, George W. Beeler, Jr., & David B. Gillls, 
U. S. Army, Aeromedical Research Unit; & Lawrence M. 
Patrick, Wayne State University, Department of 
Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of 
the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 
1968, pp. 424-439, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



TOLERANCES FOR CEREBRAL CONCUSSION FROM HEAD IMPACT 
AND WHIPLASH IN PRIMATES, A. K. Ommaya, National 
Institutes of Health, National Institute of Neurological 
Diseases & Stroke, Bethesda, Md.; 6. A. E. Hirsch, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, SAE Report No. 700401, 14 pp. 



HUMAN VIBRATION-RESPONSE THEORY, Fred Pradko, 
Richard A. Lee & James D. Greene, U. S. Army Tank- 
Automotive Center , Advanced Systems 6< Concept 
Research Div., Systems Simulation Branch, Warren, 
Mich.; Biomechanics Monograph , American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y. , 1967, pp. 205- 
222 



VOLUNTARY HUMAN TOLERANCE LEVELS, John P. Stapp, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C; Impact Inlurv and 
Crash Protection, publisher Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 308-349 



A STUDY OF FORCES CAUSED BY HEAD IMPACT ON AIRCREW 
PERSONNEL ARMOR UNDER SIMULATED CRASH CONDITIONS, 
Clifford I. Gatlin & James L. Schamadan, Marshall 
Industries, Dynamic Science, Phoenix, Ariz.; Edward R. 
Barron & Stanley D. Tanenholtz, U. S. Army Natlck Labs . 
Clothing & Personal Life Support Equipment Lab., 
Natick, Mass., C&PLSEL-59, Technical Report No. 69-49- 
CE, November 1968, 92 pp., AD 685 838 



BRAIN TISSUE ELECTROLYTES AND WaTER CONTENT IN 
EXPERIMENTAL CONCUSSION IN THE MONKEY, Fred H. Faas, 
U. S. Naval' Medical Research Institute, Biophysics 
Div., Bethesda, Md . ; Ayub K. Ommaya, National 
Institutes of Health, National Institutes of 
Neurological Diseases and Blindness, Bethesda, Md.; 
reprint Journal of Neurosurgery , Vol. XXVIII, No. 2, 
1968, pp. 137-144 



THEORY OF HUMAN VIBRATION RESPONSE, Fred Pradko 6. 
Richard Lee, U. S. Army Tank-Automotive Center , 
Advanced Systems & Concept Research Div., Systems 
Simulation Branch, Center Line, Mich.; Paper presented 
at the Meeting of the American Association for 
Automotive Medicine, Rochester, Minn., October 22 & 23, 
1965, pp. 73-98 



HUMAN CRITERIA FOR PROTECTION FROM VEHICLE CRASH 
IMPACT, John P. Stapp, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690104, 4 pp. 



HUMAN MUSCULAR RESTRAINT DURING SLED DECELERATION, 
Richard W. Armstrong & Hal P. Waters, National Bureau 
of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C; J. P. Stapp, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 440-462, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



PROTECTION FROM BRAIN INJURY: THE RELATIVE SIGNIFICANCE 
OF TRANSLATIONAL AND ROTATIONAL MOTIONS OF THE HEAD 
AFTER IMPACT, Arthur E. Hirsch, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C; & Ayub K. Ommaya, U. S. Department of 
Health, Education & Welfare, National Institutes of 
Health, National Institute of Neurological Diseases & 
Stroke, Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the Fourteenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17-18, 1970, 
pp. 144-151, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



CEREBRAL CONCUSSION IN THE MONKEY: AN EXPERIMENTAL 
MODEL, Ayub K. Oramaya & E. S. Flamm, National 
Institutes of Health, National Institute of Neurological 
Diseases & Blindness, Bethesda, Md.; A. E. Hirsch & 
R. H. Mahone, U. S. Navy , David Taylor Model Basin, 
Carderock, Md . ; reprint Science , Vol. 153, No. 3732, 
July 8, 1966, pp. 211-212 



A COMPARISON OF THE RESPONSES or MEN AND DUMMIES TO 
SHIP SHOCK MOTIONS, Arthur E. Hirsch, U. S. Navy , 
David Taylor Model Basin, Personnel Protection Section, 
Washington, D. C; Impact Acceleration Stress--A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
1962, pp. 185-190 



DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF THE HEAD AND NECK OF THE LIVING 
HUMAN TO -G x IMPACT ACCELERATION, Channing L. Ewing 
U. S. Navy, Aerospace Medical Institute; Daniel J. 

& David B. Gillls, 

& Lawrence M 



Thomas, George W. Beeler, Jr. 

U. S. Army, Aeromedical Research Unit; 

Patrick, Wayne State University, Department of 

Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of 

the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 

1968, pp. 424-439, Society of Automotive Engineers, 

Inc., New York, N. Y. 



FULL BODY SUPPORT SYSTEMS, R. F. Gray, U. S. Navy , 
U. S. Naval Air Development Center, Aviation Medical 
Acceleration Lab., Johnsville, Pa.; Impact Acceleration 
Stress--A Symposium, National Academy of Sciences- 
National Research Council, Washington, D. C, 
Publication 977, 1962, pp. 265-270 



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HEAD IMPACT TOLERANCE LEVELS, F. J. fisch, & R. M. 
Mahone, U. S. Navy , Naval Ship Research & Development 
Center, Washington, D. C, Purchase Order No. 9-1-2207, 
prepared for Federal Highway Administration, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D, C., 
Monthly Progress Reports 1-14, May 1969-June 1970, 



HUMAN ACCELERATION STUDIES--A PROPOSED PHYSIOLOGICAL 
ACCELERATION TERMINOLOGY WITH AN HISTORICAL REVIEW, 
Carl C. Clark, The Martin Co., Life Sciences Dept., 
Engineering Div., Baltimore, Md . , James D. Hardy & 
Richard J. Crosble, U. S. N ava l Air Development Center , 
Aviation Medical Acceleration Lab., Johnsville, Pa., 
published by National Academy of Sciences, National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 913, 
1961, 65 pp. 



LIVING HUMAN DYNAMIC RESPONSE TO -G x IMPACT 
ACCELERATION- -I I: ACCELERATIONS MEASURED ON THE HEAD AND 
NECK, C. L. Ewing & M. J. Smith, U. S. Navy , Aerospace 
Medical Institute; D. J. Thomas, Harvard University, 
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass.; 
L. M. Patrick, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.; 
&G. W. Beeler, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 400-415, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



MAN'S RESPONSE TO SHOCK MOTIONS, Arthur E. Hirsch, 
U. S. Navy , David Taylor Model Basin, Personnel 
Protection Section, Washington, D. C; Biomechanics 
Monograph , American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 102-114 



APPLICATIONS OF HUMAN TOLERANCE DATA TO PROTECTIVE 
SYSTEMS: REQUIREMENTS FOR SOFT TISSUE, BONE AND ORGAN 
PROTECTIVE DEVICES, Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State 
University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Detroit, 
Mich.; & Geoffrey Grime, University College London, 
Research Group in Traffic Studies, London, England; 
Impact Injury and Cras h Protection, publisher Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 444-473 



USE OF CONTOURED RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN EXPOSURE OF 
LARGE PRIMATES TO -150 G x IMPACT, R. W. Sonntag, Jr., 
U. S. Air Force, 6571st Aeromedical Research Lab., 
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico; W. A. Newsom, 
University Hospital , Iowa City, Iowa; & S . D . Leverett, 
Jr., & V. E. Kirtland, U. S. Air Force, School of 
Aerospace Medicine; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 201-206, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



APPLICATIONS OF EXPERIMENTAL HEAD INJURY RESEARCH, 
John M. Douglass, Alan M. Nahum & Sanford B. Roberts, 
University of California , School of Medicine & School 
of Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; Proceedings of the 
Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, 
pp. 317-337, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



DEFLECTION OF THE HUMAN THORAX UNDER STERNAL IMPACT, 
Alan M. Nahum, University of California , Center for the 
Health Sciences, Department of Surgery, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; Charles W. Gadd, Dennis C. Schneider & Charles 
K. Kroell, General Motors Corporation, Research Labs., 
Warren, Mich.; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 797-807; SAE Report 
No. 700400 



PATHOLOGIC BIOMECHANICS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 
INJURY IN HEAD IMPACT AND WHIPLASH TRAUMA, Ayub K. 
Ommaya, National Institutes of Health, National 
Institute of Neurological Diseases^ Blindness, 
Bethesda, Md.; Paul Corrao, U. S. Naval Medical 
Research Institute , Biophysics Div., Bethesda, Md . 
51 pp., 18 figs. 



THE ROLE OF WHIPLASH IN CEREBRAL CONCUSSION, Ayub K. 
Ommaya, National Institute of Neurological Disease & 
Blindness; Arthur E. Hirsch, U. S. Navy , David Taylor 
Model Basin, John L. Martinez, Tulane University, 
School of Engineering; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 314-324, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



SCALING OF EXPERIMENTAL DATA ON CEREBRAL CONCUSSION 
IN SUB-HUMAN PRIMATES TO CONCUSSION THRESHOLD FOR MAN, 
A. K. Ommaya & P. Yarnell, National Institutes of 
Health, National Institute of Neurological Disease & 
Blindness, Bethesda, Md.; A. E. Hirsch, U. S. Naval 
Ship Research & Development Center , Personnel 
Protection Branch, Carderock, Md.; E. H. Harris, Tulane 
University, New Orleans, La.; 11th Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 47-52, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



EIAST0STATIC ANALYSIS OF THE HUMAN THORACIC SKELETON, 
S. B. Roberts & P. H. Chen, University of California , 
School of Engineering & Applied Science, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; Journal of Biomechanics , Vol. 3, No. 6 A, 1970, 
pp. 527-545 



IMPACT TOLERANCE OF THE SKULL AND FACE, Alan M. Nahum 6. 
James D. Gatts, University of California , School of 
Medicine, Los Angeles, Calif.; Charles W. Gadd & 
John Danforth, General Motors Corp., Research Labs., 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 302-316, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY PROJECT, University of California, 
Dept. of Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif., Contract 
No. FH-11-6690, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. 68-52, October 1968, 
222 pp. 

FINE STRUCTURE OF CEREBRAL DAMAGE: TOXIC AND MECHANICAL, 
Anthony J. Raimondi & Fred Beckman, Cook County Hospital, 
Department of Neurological Surgery, Chicago, 111,; & 
Joseph P. Evans, University of Chicago Hospitals, Chicago, 
111.; Impact -I njury and C ras h Protection , publisher 
Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 160-179 



TOLERANCE OF SUBHUMAN PRIMATE BRAIN TO CEREBRAL 
CONCUSSION, Arthur E. Hirsch, U. S. Department of 
Transportation National Highway Institute, Washington, 
D. C.j Ayub K. Ommaya, National Institutes of Health, 
National Instltue of Neurological Disease & Blindness, 
Bethesda, Md . ; & Richard H. Mahone, U. S. Navy , Naval 
Ship Research & Development Center, Personnel Protection 
Branch, Washington, D. C . ; Impact Injury and Crash 
Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield. 
111., 1970, pp. 352-369 



RESEARCH ON A DISTRIBUTED PARAMETER MATHEMATICAL MODEL 
OF THE HUMAN BODY IN DYNAMIC MECHANICAL ENVIRONMENTS, 
Horst E. Krause & Mehdi Shlrazi, University of Dayton, 
Research Institute, Dayton, Ohio, Contract No. F33615-69- 
C-1681, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Air Force Systems 
Command, Aerospace Medical Div., Aerospace Medical 
Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, Report No.'AMRL-TR-70-113, December 1970, 137 pp., 
AD 717 764 



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MS VERHALTEN DER HALSWIRBELSAULE IN VERBINDUNG MIT DER 
SCHADELBASIS UND DER OBEREN BRUSTWIRBELSAULE BEI 
3CHLAGARTIGER DRUCKBEANSPRUCHUNG (STURZE AUF UNNACHGIE- 
BIGE HINDERNISSE - STAHLPLATTEN - ) UND BEI SCHLAGARTIGER 
ZUGBEANSPRUCHUNG (ZERREISSUNG ) (KINEMATICS OF CERVICAL 
SPINE INJURIES ON IMPACTING NONFLEXIBLE OBSTACLES-- 
STEEL PLATES), Von D. Ziffer, University of Freiburg , 
Institute of Forensic Medicine, Freiburg, Germany; 
reprint Zbl. Verkehrs-Med. , Vol. 13, No. 4, 1967, 
pp. 193-217 



DAS VERHALTEN DER HALSWIRBELSAULE IN VERBINDUNG MIT DER 
SCHADELBASIS UND DER OBEREN BRUSTWIRBELSAULE BEI 
STURZEN AUF SICHERHEITSGLAS FUR AUTOMOBIL-FRONTSCHEIBEN 
(EINSCHEIBENSICHERHEITSGIAS-VERBUNDSCHEIBENSICHERHEITS- 
GLAS) (KINEMATICS OF CERVICAL SPINE INJURIES ON IMPACT- 
ING DIFFERENT TYPES OF SAFETY GLASS), Von D. Ziffer, 
University of Freiburg , Institute of Forensic Medicine, 
Freiburg, Germany, presented at the American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, 11th Annual Meeting; 
reprint Zbl. Verkehrs-Med ., Vol. 13, No. 4, 1967, 
pp. 218-239 



BIOMECHANICS IN ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY--AN ACCOUNT OF AIMS 
AND METHODS, Carl Hlrsch, University of Gb'teborg , 
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, GBteborg, Sweden; 
Impact Iniurv an d Crash FTP f Bfi t i "1 , publisher Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 125-140 



IMPACT DAMAGE TO INTERNAL ORGANS, F. Gaynor Evans, 
University of Michigan , Dept. of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State University, 
Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; Impact 
Acceleration Stress--A Symposium, National Academy of 
Sciences-National Research Council, Washington, D. C, 
Publication 977, 1962, pp. 159-171 



IMPACT INJURY TOLERANCES OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN IN 
FREE-FALL, Richard G. Snyder, University of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, October 
16 & 17, 1969, pp. 131-164, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

IMPACT TOLERANCE OF HUMAN PELVIC AND LONG BONES, 
F. Gaynor Evans, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Impact Tnlurv and Crash Pr ot ection , publisher Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 402-417 



MECHANICS OF BONE FRACTURE, F. Gaynor Evans, University 
of Michigan, Department of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 144-157, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE NONLINEAR BEHAVIOR OF BI0MECHAN1CAL SYSTEMS, 
H. E. Krause & K. 0. Lange, University of Kentucky , 
Wenner-Gren Aeronautical Research Laboratory, 
Lexington, Ky.; Biomechanics Monograph , American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y., 
1967, pp. 57-66 



ACCELERATION-INDUCED STRAINS IN THE INTACT VERTEBRAL 
COLUMN, F. Gaynor Evans, H. R. Lissner & L. M. 
Patrick, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., & 
Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.; reprint Journal 
of Applied Physiology , May 1962, Vol. 17, No. 3, 
pp. 405-409 



BIOMECHANICAL STUDIES ON THE BONES OF THE FACE, Donald 
F. Huelke, University of Michigan , Dept. of Anatomy, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Impact Acceleration Stress--A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
!962, pp. 131-133 



THE MECHANISMS OF CHEST INJURIES, Verne L. Roberts 6. 
David L. Beckman, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; Impact Injury and Crash Protection , publisher 
Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 86-98 



RESPONSE OF THE PRIMATE THORAX TO EXPERIMENTAL IMPACT, 
David L. Beckman & Marvin F. Palmer, University of 
Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 270-281, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



STUDIES ON THE ENERGY ABSORBING CAPACITY OF HUMAN 
LUMBAR INTERVERTEBRAL DISCS, F. Gaynor Evans, 
University of Michigan, Dept. of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 6c H. R. Lissner, Wayne State University, Dept. 
of Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; The Seventh 
Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 
1963, pp. 386-402, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, 111. 



EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THORACIC AND ABDOMINAL 
INJURIES, Verne L. Roberts, University of Michigan, 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Biomechanics 
Research, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proc. Symposium on the 
Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 
211-215, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



THORACIC FORCE-DEFLECTION STUDIES IN LIVING AND 
EMBALMED PRIMATES, David L. Beckman, Marvin F." Palmer 6. 
Verne L. Roberts, University of Michigan, Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Biosciences Div., Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
presented at the 4th Annual ASME Biomechanics 
Conference, Washington, D. C, June 1-2, 1970; Journal 
of Biomechanics, Vol. 3, No. 6 A, 1970, pp. 551-555 



HUMAN HEAD AND KNEE TOLERANCE TO LOCALIZED IMPACTS, 
John W. Melvin & Peter M. Fuller, University of 
Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; Roger P. Daniel & George M. Pavliscak, Ford 
Motor Company, Automotive Safety Research Office, 
Dearborn, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690477, 15 pp. 



FUNDAMENTALS OF CLINICAL CARDIOLOGY—CARDIOVASCULAR 
STRESS (ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC CHANGES) PRODUCED BY 
DRIVING AN AUTOMOBILE, Ernst Slmonson, Charles Baker, 
Neal Burns, Charles Keiper, 0. H. Schmitt, & Stirling 
Stackhouse, University of Minnesota , Laboratory of 
Physiological Hygiene; & Mt . Sinai Hospital, 
Minneapolis, Minn.; reprint American Heart Journal , 
Vol. 75, No. 1, January 1968, pp. 125-135 



HUMAN IMPACT TOLERANCE, Richard G. Snyder, University 
of Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 712-782; SAE Report 
No. 700398 



STANDARDIZATION OF METHODS FOR MEASURING THE 
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF WOUNDS, T. G. Beckwith, A. A. 
G laser, Thomas Prevenslik, Garry S. Brody & W. L. 
White, University of Pittsburg , Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
Biomechanics Monograph , American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 22-32 



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DYNAMIC MECHANICAL TESTING OF HUMAN SKIN IN VIVO, 
Bryan Flnlay, University of Strathclyde , BioEnglneerlng 
Unit, Glasgow, Scotland; Journal of Biomechanics , 
Vol. 3, No. 6 A, 1970, pp. 557-568 



BLUNT TRAUMA TO THE THORAX-MECHANISM OF VASCULAR 
INJURIES, V. L. Roberts, R. C. Moffat & E. M. Berkas, 
Wayne State University, Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; Veterans Administration, Hospital , 
Dept. of Surgery, Dearborn, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 1965, 
pp. 3-12, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



CADAVER KNEE, CHEST AND HEAD IMPACT LOADS, L. M. 
Patrick & H. J. Mertz, Jr., Wayne State University , 
Detroit, Mich.; C. K. Kroell, General Motors Corp., 
Research Labs., Warren, Mich.; 11th Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 106- 
117, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



CAUDO-CEPHALAD STATIC AND DYNAMIC INJURIES TO THE 
VERTEBRAE, L. M. Patrick, Wayne State University , 
Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; The 
Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 171-181, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



ACCELERATION-INDUCED STRAINS IN THE INTACT VERTEBRAL 
COLUMN, F. Gaynor Evans, H. R. Lissner & L. M. 
Patrick, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., & 
Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.; reprint Journal 
oi~Ap"plied PhyslologyT May 1962, Vol. 17, No. 3, 
pp. 405-409 



ADVANCES IN UNDERSTANDING OF EXPERIMENTAL CONCUSSION 
MECHANISMS, V. R. Hodgson, L. M. Thomas, E. S. Gurdjian, 
0. U. Fernando, S. W. Greenberg 6t J. L. Chason, Wayne 
State University , School of Medicine, Depts. of 
Neurosurgery 6. Pathology, Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings gf 
the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 
1969, pp. 18-37, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CHANGES IN PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF BONE BETWEEN THE IN 
VIVO, FRESHLY DEAD, AND EMBALMED CONDITIONS, S. W. 
Greenberg, D. Gonzalez, E. S. Gurdjian & L. M. 
Thomas, Wayne State University, School of Medicine, 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 271-279, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



COMPARISON OF SPECIES RESPONSE TO CONCUSSION, 
E. S. Gurdjian, L. M. Thomas 6. V. R. Hodgson, Wayne 
State University , Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 1965, 
pp. 363-380, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



APPLICATIONS OF HUMAN TOLERANCE DATA TO PROTECTIVE 
SYSTEMS: REQUIREMENTS FOR SOFT TISSUE, BONE AND ORGAN 
PROTECTIVE DEVICES, Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State 
University , Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
Detroit, Mich.; & Geoffrey Grime, University College 
London, Research Group in Traffic Studies, London, 
England; Impact Injury and Crash Protection, publisher 
Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 444-473 



COMPARISONS OF RESEARCH IN INANIMATE AND BIOLOGIC 
MATERIAL: ARTIFACTS AND PITFALLS, Elisha S. Gurdjian, 
D. Gonzales, Voigt R. Hodgson, L. Murray Thomas & 
S. W. Greenberg, Wayne State University , Department 
of Neurosurgery, Detroit, Mich.; lmp.a.cf_InJurj__and i .Crash 
Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 234-253 



B10MECHANICAL STUDIES ON THE LUMBAR SPINE AND PELVIS, 
F. Gaynor Evans & H. R. Lissner, Wayne State University , 
College of Medicine, Department of Anatomy & Department 
of Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; Journal of 
Bone 6. Joint Surgery , Vol. 41-A, No. 2, March 1959, 
pp. 278-290 



CONCUSSION—MECHANISM AND PATHOLOGY, E. S. Gurdjian, 
Wayne State University , College of Medicine, Dept. of 
Neurosurgery, Detroit, Mich., & H. R. Lissner & L. M. 
Patrick, Wayne State University, College of Engineering; 
The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 470-482, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



BIOMECHANICS--WHAT IS IT? Herbert R. Lissner, Wayne 
State University , Detroit, Mich.; Biomechanics 
Monograph , American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 1-11 



A CORRELATION BETWEEN CADAVER AND IN VIVO RESULTS, 
V. L. Roberts & H. R. Lissner, Wayne State University , 
Biomechanics Research Center, Detroit, Mich.; 8th 
Stapp Car Crash & Field Demonstration Conference, 
October 21-23, 1964, pp. 134-146, Wayne State 
University Press, Detroit, Mich.. 



BLUNT ABDOMINAL INJURY: A REVIEW OF 307 CASES, 
Alexander J. Walt & Thomas J. Grifka, Wayne State 
University , School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, 
Detroit, Mich.; I,m pact Injury and Cr ash Protecti on, 
publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, 
pp. 101-123 



BLUNT TRAUMA TO THE THORAX-MECHANISM OF VASCULAR 
INJURIES,. V. L. Roberts, R. C. Moffat & E. M. Berkas, 
Wayne State University, Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; Veterans Administration Hospital, 
Dept. of Surgery, Dearborn, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, October 20-21, 1965, 
pp. 3-12, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE DETERMINATION OF RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE 
HEAD WITH EMPHASIS ON MECHANICAL IMPEDANCE TECHNIQUES, 
V. R. Hodgson, E. S. Gurdjian & L. M. Thomas, Wayne 
State University , Detroit, Mich.; 11th Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 79- 
85, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF HEAD 
INJURY, V. R. Hodgson, E. S. Gurdjian & L. M. Thomas, 
Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich.; 11th Stapp 
Car Crash Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, 
pp. 286-292, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



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DISSEMINATION OF AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TO 
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS-- 
FINAL REPORT, January 1-April 1, 1968, H. Stillwell, 
Wayne State University , Center for Application of 
Science & Technology, Detroit, Mich., April 1968, 
92 pp. 



DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF 
HUMAN TO -G x IMPACT 
U. S. Navy, Aerospa 
Thomas, George W. B 
U. S. Army, Aeromed 
Patrick, Wayne Stat 



Engineering Mechani 
the Twelfth Stapp C 
1968, pp. 424-439, 
Inc. , New York, N. 



THE HEAD AND NECK OF THE LIVING 
ACCELERATION, Channing L. Ewing, 
ce Medical Institute; Daniel J. 
eeler, Jr., & David B. Gillis, 
ical Research Unit; & Lawrence M. 
e University , Department of 
cs, Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of 
ar Crash Conference, October 22-23, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Y. 



DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF THE HUMAN CADAVER HEAD COMPARED TO 
A SIMPLE MATHEMATICAL MODEL, V. R. Hodgson & L. M. 
Patrick, Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 22-23, 1968, pp. 280-301, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



THE EFFECT OF JERK ON THE HUMAN SPINE, Voigt R. 
Hodgson, Herbert R. Lissner & Lawrence M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University , Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; Biomechanics Monograph , American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y., 
1967, pp. 115-124 



ENGINEERING ASPECTS OF FRACTURES, Herbert R. Lissner & 
F. Gaynor Evans, Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich. 
Clinical Orthopaedics , Vol. 8, 1956, pp. 310-322 



FRACTURE BEHAVIOR OF THE SKULL FRONTAL BONE AGAINST 
CYLINDRICAL SURFACES, Voigt R. Hodgson, L. M. Thomas & 
S. W. Greenberg, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich. 
& Jule Brinn, Chrysler Corporation, Detroit, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 17-18, 1970, pp. 341-355, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF IMPACTS TO THE HUMAN BODY, L. M. 
Patrick, Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich.j reprirt 
The Journal of Environmental Sciences , October 1964, 
pp. 25-29 



HEART MOTION DUE TO BLUNT TRAUMA TO THE THORAX, 
V. L. Roberts, F. R. Jackson & E. M. Berkas, Wayne 
State University , Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Tenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 8-9, 1966, 
pp. 242-248, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



HUMAN TOLERANCE TO IMPACT - BASIS FOR SAFETY DESIGN, 
Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State University. Department 
of Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich., presented at 
Society of Automotive Engineers International Automo- 
tive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 11- 
15, 1965, SAE Report No. 1003B, 12 pp. 



IMPACT DAMAGE TO INTERNAL ORGANS, F. Gaynor Evans, 
University of Michigan, Dept. of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State University , 
Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; Impact 
Acceleration Stress--A Symposium, National Academy of 
Sciences-National Research Council, Washington, D. C, 
Publication 977, 1962, pp. 159-171 



EXPERIENCES IN HEAD INJURY AND SKELETAL RESEARCH, 
E. S. Gurdjian, Wayne State University , College of 
Medicine, Detroit, Mich.; Impact Acceleration Stress — A 
Symposium, National Academy of Sciences-National 
Research Council, Washington, D. C, Publication 977, 
1962, pp. 145-157 



IMPACT INJURY AND CRASH PROTECTION, compiled and 
edited by Elisha S. Gurdjian, William A. Lange, 
Lawrence M. Patrick & L. Murray Thomas, Wayne State 
University , Detroit, Mich., publisher Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., 1970, 566 pp. 



EXPERIMENTAL CEREBRAL CONCUSSION, H. R. Lissner & 
E. S. Gurdjian, Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich.; 
Biomechanics Monograph , American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 12-21 



EXPERIMENTAL HEAD IMPACT STUDIES, A. L. Haynes, 
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.; H. R. Lissner, 
Wayne State University , Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, 
Detroit, Mich.; The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & 
Field Demonstration Conference, September 14-16, 1961, 
pp. 158-170, Nolte Center for Continuing Education, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



FLUID PRESSURE GRADIENTS CAUSED BY IMPACT TO THE 
HUMAN SKULL, V. L. Roberts, V. R. Hodgson & L. M. 
Thomas, Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich.j- 
Biomechanics Monograph , American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 223-235 



FORCES ON THE HUMAN BODY IN SIMULATED CRASHES, 
Lawrence M. Patrick & Harold J. Mertz, Jr., Wayne 
State University , Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; Charles K. Kroell, General Motors 
Research Labs., Electro-Mechanics Dept., Detroit, 
Mich.; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 237-259, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



INJURY TO THE FACIAL BONES, V. R. Hodgson & R. K. 
Talwalker, Wayne State University , Dept. of Engineering 
Mechanics, College of Engineering, Detroit, Mich.; 
W. A. Lange, Wayne State University, Dept. of Surgery, 
Division of Plastic Surgery, School of Medicine; 
Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
October 20-21, 1965, pp. 145-163, Nolte Center for 
Continuing Education, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



INVESTIGATION OF THE KINEMATICS AND KINETICS OF 
WHIPLASH, H. J. Mertz, Jr., & L. M. Patrick, Wayne 
State University , Detroit, Mich.; 11th Stapp Car 
Crash Conference Proceedings October 10-11, 1967, 
pp. 175-206, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



LIVING HUMAN DYNAMIC RESPONSE TO -G x IMPACT 
ACCELERATION- -II: ACCELERATIONS MEASURED ON THE HEAD AND 
NECK, C. L. Ewing & M. J. Smith, U. S. Navy, Aerospace 
Medical Institute; D. J. Thomas, Harvard University, 
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass.j 
L. M. Patrick, Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich.j 
6. G. W. Beeler, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn.j 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 400-415, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



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MECHANISM OF BRAIN CONCUSSION, CONTUSION AND LACERATION, 
E. S. Gurdjian, Wayne State University , College of 
Medicine, Department of Neurosurgery, Detroit, Mich.; 
The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash 6c Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 133-143, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



MECHANISMS OF HEAD INJURY, L. Murray Thomas, Wayne 
State University , Department of Neurosurgery, Detroit, 
Mich.; Tmparr Injury and Crash Prn t-prMnn, publisher 
Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 27-42 



METHODS OF ESTABLISHING HUMAN TOLERANCE LEVELS: CADAVER 
AND ANIMAL RESEARCH AND CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS, 
Lawrence M. Patrick, Wayne State University , Department 
of Mechanical Engineering Sciences, Detroit, Mich.; 6c 
Takashi B. Sato, Keio University, Division of Mechanical 
Engineering, Tokyo, Japan; Impact In lurv and Crash 
Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 259-273 



STUDIES ON PELVIC DEFORMATIONS AND FRACTURES, 

F. Gaynor Evans 6c H. R. Lissner, Wayne State University, 

Detroit, Mich.; Anatomical Record , Vol. 121, 1955, 

pp. 141-165 



STUDIES ON THE ENERGY ABSORBING CAPACITY OF HUMAN 
LUMBAR INTERVERTEBRAL DISCS, F. Gaynor Evans, 
University of Michigan, Dept. of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., & H. R. Lissner, Wayne State University , Dept. 
of Engineering Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; The Seventh 
Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, November 11-13, 
1963, pp. 386-402, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, 
Springfield, 111. 



TESTING THE VALIDITY AND LIMITATIONS OF THE SEVERITY 
INDEX, V. R. Hodgson, L. M. Thomas 6c P. Prasad, 
Wayne State University , Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of 
the Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, November 17- 
18, 1970, pp. 169-187, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



A NEW CRASH SIMULATOR AND BIOMECHANICS RESEARCH 
PROGRAM, Charles K. Kroell, General Motors Corp., 
Research Labs., Detroit, Mich.; & Lawrence M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University , Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; 8th Stapp Car Crash & Field 
Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 185- 
228, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



TOLERANCE OF THORAX AND ABDOMEN, Harold J. Mertz, Jr., 
Wayne State University , Department of Engineering 
Mechanics, Detroit, Mich.; & Charles K. Kroell, General 
Motors Research Laboratories, Electro-Mechanics 
Department, Warren, Mich.; Impact Inlurv and Crash 
Protection, publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 372-399 



PHYSICAL FACTORS RELATED TO EXPERIMENTAL CONCUSSION, 
Voigt R. Hodgson, Wayne State University , Department 
of Neurosurgery, Detroit, Mich.; Imp act Injury and Cr ash 
Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 
111., 1970, pp. 275-302 



BIOASTRONAUTICS DATA BOOK, Paul Webb, Editor, Webb 
Associates , Yellow Springs, Ohio, prepared for 
National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Scientific 
6c Technical Information Division, Washington, D. C, 
NASA SP-3006, 1964, 400 pp. 



THE POSITION AND MOTIONS OF THE HEAD AT IMPACT, 
E. S. Gurdjian, & H. R. Lissner, Wayne State University, 
Dept. of Neurosurgery 6c Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; 8th Stapp Car Crash 6. Field' 
Demonstration Conference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 
128-133, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS, James H. 
McElhaney 6c Edward F. Byars, West Virginia University , 
Dept. of Theoretical 6. Applied Mechanics, Morgantown, 
W. Va.j Biomechanics Monograph , American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 192- 
204 



RESPONSE OF THE FACIAL STRUCTURE TO IMPACT, V. R. 
Hodgson, G. S. Nakamura & R. K. Talwalker, Wayne State 
University , Biomechanics Research Center, Detroit, 
Mich.; 8th Stapp Car Crash 6i Field Demonstration Con- 
ference, October 21-23, 1964, pp. 229-250, Wayne State 
University Press, Detroit, Mich. 



BIODYNAMICS AND THE CRASHWORTHINESS OF VEHICLE 
STRUCTURES—VOLUME III, A. S. Hyde, Wyle Laboratories , 
Huntsville, Ala., Contract No. FH-11-6669, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Report 
No. 68-3, March 1968, 61 pp., PB 180 468 



RESPONSE OF THE SEATED HUMAN CADAVER TO ACCELERATION 
AND JERK WITH AND WITHOUT SEAT CUSHIONS, Volgt R. 
Hodgson, Herbert R. Lissner 6c Lawrence M. Patrick, 
Wayne State University , Biomechanics Research Center, 
Detroit, Mich.; reprint The Journal of the Human 
Factors Society , October 1963, pp. 505-523 



STATIC DEFORMATION AND VOLUME CHANGES IN THE HUMAN 
SKULL, L. M. Thomas, Y. Sezgin, V. R. Hodgson, 
L. K. Cheng 6c E . S. Gurdjian, Wayne State University , 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 260-270, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



STRENGTH OF SKIN AND ITS MEASUREMENT WITH SPECIAL 
APPLICATION TO TRAUMA, C. W. Gadd 6< F. J. Peterson, 
General Motors Research Labs., Electro-Mechanics Dept., 
Warren, Mich.; W. A. Lange, Wayne State University , 
College of Medicine, Dept. of Plastic Surgery, Detroit, 
Mich.; Biomechanics Monograph , American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y., 1967, pp. 184- 
191 



ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF APPLIED PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 
IN HUMAN ENGINEERING, Robert Hansen 6, Douglas Y. Cornog, 
H. L. Yoh Company , Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. AF 
33(616) 2353, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Aero Medical 
Lab., Wright Air Development Center, Air Research 6c 
Development Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, WADC Tech. Report 56-30, May 1958, 298, pp., AST1A 
Document No. AD-155622 



BEITRAG UBER DIE PROBLEME DER MECHANISCHEN WIDER- 
STANDSFAHIGKEIT DES MENSCHLICHEN K0RPERS (UND SEINER 
GEWEBE) UND DIE ANWENDUNG DER FESTIGKEITSBETRACHTUNGEN 
AUF KONSTRUKTIONSFRAGEN VON SCHUTZHELMEN UND 
SICHERHEITSGURTZEUGEN FUR AUTOMOBILISTEN, (NOTES ON 
THE MECHANICAL RESISTANCE OF THE HUMAN BODY AND TISSUES. 
INFLUENCE ON THE MANUFACTURE OF PROTECTIVE HELMETS AND 
SAFETY BELTS FOR MOTORISTS), Detlev Zlffer , Munich, 
Germany; Technical Aspects of Road Safety, Bulletin 
d'Information du C.I.D.I.T.V.A., No. 22, June 1965, 
pp. 2.1-2.51, Fonds d'Etudes et de Recherches sur la 
Security Routiere, Bruxelles, Belgium, editor 



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DRIVER AGE AND SEX 

YOUTH AND DRIVING— A SURVEY OF THE PROBLEMS, Rune 
Andreasson , Stockholm, Sweden; Proceedings of the 
International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine — Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 242-255 



DRIVER AGE AND SEX RELATED TO ACCIDENT TIME AND TYPE, 
B. J. Campbell, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Accident 
Research Branch, Transportation Research Dept., Buffalo, 
N. Y.; reprint Research Review , June 1966, pp. 36-43 



QUELQUES ASPECTS PSYCH0-SOCI0L0GIQUES DE LA VITESSE 
(SOME PSYCHO-SOCIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SPEED), M. Lucet, 
Organlsme National de Securlte Routlere , Arcuell (Seine) 
France, Bulletin No. 12, May 1965, 23 pp. 



PHYSICAL MATURITY AND MATURE DRIVING--A PSYCHOLOGICAL- 
PEDAGOGICAL CONTRIBUTION TO ROAD SAFETY STUDIES, 
Gerhard Munsch, Psycho-Medical Research Institute , 
Department for Technical Control of Bavaria, Munich, 
West Germany; Proceedings of the Second Congress of 
the International Association for Accident and Traffic 
Medicine--Volume IT, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 69-80 



RESEARCH ON HUMAN VARIABLES IN SAFE MOTOR VEHICLE 
OPERATION: A CORRELATIONAL SUMMARY OF PREDICTOR 
VARIABLES AND CRITERION MEASURES, Leon G. Goldstein, 
George Washington University , Driver Behavior Research 
Project, Washington, D. C, Research Grant, M-1508, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Health, Education & 
Welfare, Public Health Service, National Center for 
Urban & Industrial Health, Arlington, Va . , June 1961, 
71 pp. 



AGE AND HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE 
TO YOUNGER AND OLDER DRIVERS, Ross A. McFarland, 
Harvard School of Public Health , Boston, Mass.; 
Proceedings of the International Association for 
Accident & Traffic Medicine—Volume I, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 208-211 



MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVERS INVOLVED IN ACCIDENTS BY AGE, 
Sauli Hakkinen, TALJA (Central Organization for 
Traffic Safety in Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1966, 
No. 4, pp. 22-36 



DRIVING EXPERIENCE AND ROAD ACCIDENTS, Ezra Hauer, 
Technlon - Israel Institute of Technology, 
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, August 
1966, 138 pp. 



COMPARISON OF DRIVER AGE WITH NUMBER OF PASSENGERS AND 
PASSENGER AGES, William T. Pollock, University of 
Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.. HIT Lab Reports, October 1970, pp. 11-12 



THE OLDER DRIVER AND ACCIDENTS, Ross A. McFarland, 
Harvard School of Public He a lth, Boston, Mass., reprint 
Police , July-August 1966, 3 pp. 



DANGEROUS YOUNG DRIVERS, Donald C. Pelz 6. Stanley H. 
Schuman, University of Michigan , Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Number 2, 
June 1968, 8 pp. 



CHARACTERISTICS OF FATALLY INJURED DRIVERS, Susan P. 
Baker, Johns Hopkins University , School of Hygiene and 
Public Health, Baltimore, Md . , Contract No. FH 11-7092, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, February 1970, 63 pp., 
PB 190 415 



ADOLESCENTS IN ROAD TRAFFIC, Erich Loltzl , Vienna, 
Austria; Proceedings of the International Association 
for Accident & Traffic Medicine—Volume I, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 263-267 



LES ACCIDENTS DE LA CIRCULATION EN F0NCTI0N DE L'AGE 
DES CONDUCTEURS DE VEHICULES AUTOMOBILES (TRAFFIC 
ACCIDENTS AS A FUNCTION OF THE AGE OF THE AUTOMOBILE 
DRIVERS), S. Goldberg, Organlsme National de Securlte" 
Routlere , Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 2, 
September 1962, 10 pp. 



DRINKING INVOLVEMENT AND AGE OF YOUNG DRIVERS IN FATAL 

ACCIDENTS, James 0'Day, University of Michigan, Highway 

Safety Research Institute, Systems Analysis Group, 

Ann Arbor, Mich.',"HIT Lab. Reports, October 1970, pp. 13- 

14 



IDENTIFYING THE PROBLEM DRIVER FROM STATE DRIVER 
RECORDS, William L. Carlson, University of Michigan, 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., 
HSRI Research, No. 1, May 1968, 7 pp. 



MAPPING YOUNG DRIVERS IN BEHAVIORAL SPACE, Stanley H. 
Schuman 6c Donald C. Pelz, University of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 12th Annual 
Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 141-154, American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



ETUDE DE Li INFLUENCE DANS LES ACCIDENTS DE L'AGE DU 
CONDUCTEUR, DE SON EXPERIENCE DE LA CONDUITE, DE L'AGE 
ET DE LA PUISSANCE DU VEHICULE (INVESTIGATION INTO 
THE INFLUENCE ON ACCIDENTS OF THE AGE OF THE DRIVER, 
HIS DRIVING EXPERIENCE AND THE AGE AND POWER OF THE 
VEHICLE), F. Leygue, P. Duflot & F. Hoffmann, Organlsme 
National de Securlte Routlere , Arcueil (Seine), France, 
Bulletin No. 13, August 1965, 17 pp. 



JEUNES CONDUCTEURS: VOTRE RISQUE D 'ACCIDENT EN RASE 
CAMPAGNE .DE PASSE LA M0YENNE DE 487. (YOUNG DRIVERS: 
THEIR ACCIDENT RISK IN OPEN COUNTRY EXCEEDS THE 
AVERAGE OF 48%), Organlsme National de Securlte' 
Routlere , Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 34, 
4 pp. 



DRIVER PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR 

A STUDY OF HIGHWAY DRIVING — PART I. ANALYSIS OF HEART 
RATE MONITORING, V. P. Collins, Anna Maxwell & Robert M . 
Adams, Paper Given at the Annual Meeting of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, Holloman 
Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 
1966, pp. 1-7 



PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS AND TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, R. G. 
Smart & W. S. Schmidt, Alcoholism 6. Drug Addiction Re - 
search Foundation . Toronto, Canada; reprint Journal of 
Psychosomatic Research , 1962, Vol. 6, pp. 191-197 



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DRIVER BEHAVIOR AND HIGHWAY CONDITIONS AS CAUSES OF 
WINTER ACCIDENTS, Theodore W. Forbes 6. Milton S. Katz, 
American Institute for Research , Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
Highway Research Board Bulletin No. 161 , 1957, pp. 18-29 



ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC INVESTIGATIONS DURING CAR DRIVING 
ON ROAD, V. Wyss, F iat S.p.A. , Turin, Italy; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium, 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 179-191; SAE Report No. 700365 



VARIATION OF DRIVER CHARACTERISTICS AT INTERSECTIONS, 
Mathew J. Betz & Richard D. Bauman, Arizona State 
University , Engineering Research Center, Tempe, Ariz., 
June 1966, 74 pp. 



PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOPSY, John R. Finch, Baylor College of 
Medicine , Houston, Texas; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 183-227, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, In<-., 
New York, N. Y. 



OVERTAKING 
CONDITIONS 
OVERTAKING 
Raymond E. 
Inc ., Arli 
for Frankl 
& U. S. De 
Administra 
D. C, Tec 
PB 184 957 



AND PASSING UNDER ADVERSE VISIBILITY 
--DRIVER JUDGEMENT AND DECISION-MAKING IN 
AND FLYING PASS SITUATIONS, VOLUME III, 
Reilly & Bernard J. Cameron, BloTechnology , 
ngton, Va., Contract No. FH-11-6145, prepared 
in Institute Research Labs., Philadelphia, Pa. 
partment of Transportation, Federal Highway 
tion, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
hnical Report 1-218, January 1970, 139 pp., 



AN INVESTIGATION OF AUTOMOBILE DRIVER INFORMATION PRO- 
CESSING, J. W. Senders, A. B. Kristof ferson, W. Levison, 

C. W. Dietrich & J. L. Ward, Bolt Beranek & Newman Inc. , 
Contract No. CPR-11-0958, Job No. 11164, prepared for 

U. S. Dept . of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, Wash., 

D. C, BBN Report No. 1335, April 26, 1966, 156 pp. 



OBSERVATIONS ON "REACTION TIME" OF AUTOMOBILE RACE 
DRIVERS, John C. Scully & David M. Boyd, Jr. ; Paper 
Given at the Annual Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, 
Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 31-35 



ESTIMATION OF VEHICULAR VELOCITY UNDER TIME LIMITATION 
AND RESTRICTED CONDITIONS OF OBSERVATION, Santo 
Salvatore, Bureau of Public Roads , Traffic Systems 
Div., Washington, D. C, December 1966, 16 pp., 7 figs. 



A NEW METHOD OF MEASURING THE EFFECTS OF CONTINUED 
DRIVING PERFORMANCE, Fletcher N. Piatt, Ford Motor 
Company , Traffic Safety & Highway Improvement Department, 
Dearborn, Mich.; National Academy of Sciences, National 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, 1963, pp. 33-57 



CONCEPTUALIZATION OF OVERTAKING AND PASSING ON TWO 
LANE RURAL R0ADS--SUMMARY REPORT, VOLUME I, Franklin 
Institute Research Laboratories , Philadelphia, Pa., 
Contract No. 11-2770, prepared for the U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D. C, FIRL 
Technical Report No. 1-193, March 1969, 13 pp. 



CONCEPTUALIZATION OF OVERTAKING AND PASSING ON TWO 
LANE RURAL ROADS--DRIVER JUDGEMENT AND DECISION MAKING, 
VOLUME II, Franklin Institute Research Laboratories, 
Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. 11-2770, prepared for 
the U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C, FIRL Technical Report No. 1-193, March 1969, 
44 pp. 

CONCEPTUALIZATION OF OVERTAKING AND PASSING ON TWO 
LANE RURAL ROADS--DRIVER CONTROL, VOLUME III, Franklin 
Institute Research Laboratories , Philadelphia, Pa., 
Contract No. 11-2770, prepared for the U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D. C, FIRL 
Technical Report No. 1-193, March 1969, 87 pp. 



CONCEPTUALIZATION OF OVERTAKING AND PASSING ON TWO 
LANE RURAL ROADS—INSTRUMENTATION, VOLUME IV, Franklin 
Institute Research Laboratories , Philadelphia, Pa., 
Contract No. 11-2770, prepared for the U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D. C, FIRL 
Technical Report No. 1-193, March 1969, 22 pp. 



PSYCH0LOGIE A FYZI0L0GIE RIDICE (PSYCHOLOGY AND v 
PHYSIOLOGY OF DRIVER), E. Bena, J. Hoskovec & J. Stitcar 
Charles University, Institute of Psychology, Prague, 
Czechoslovakia, Nakladatelstvi dopravy a spoju, Prague, 
publisher, 1962, 216 pp. 



A STUDY OF HIGHWAY DR IV ING - - PART I. ANALYSIS OF HEART 
RATE MONITORING, V. P. Collins , Anna Maxwell 6. Robert M. 
Adams, Paper Given at the Annual Meeting of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, Holloman 
Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 
1966, pp. 1-7 



AN INVESTIGATION OF FACTORS AFFECTING DRIVER ALERTNESS, 
E. Donald Sussman & Dominic F. Morris, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-7313, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. VJ-2849-B-1, August 
1970, 103 pp. 



SUBJECTIVE ASPECTS OF BRAKING--AN EXAMINATION OF THE 
BEHAVIOUR AND PERFORMANCE OF FIFTEEN DRIVERS WHEN BRAKING 
R. T. Spurr, Ferodo Ltd ., Chapel-en- le-Frith, Stockport, 
Cheshire, England; reprint Automobile Engineer , February 
1969, 4 pp. 



OVERTAKING AND PASSING UNDER ADVERSE VISIBILITY 
C0NDITI0NS--SW:>IARY, VOLUME I, Eugene Farber 6. 
Arno Cassel, Franklin Institute Research Laboratories , 
Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. FH-11-6145, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D. C. 
Technical Report 1-218, January 1970, 46 pp., PB 184 955 



OVERTAKING AND PASSING UNDER ADVERSE VISIBILITY 
CONDITIONS—DRIVER JUDGMENT AND DECISION-MAKING IN 
ACCELERATIVE PASSING SITUATIONS ON TWO-LANE RURAL 
HIGHWAYS, VOLUME II, Eugene Farber, Franklin Institute 
Research Laboratories , Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. 
FH-11-6145, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Bureau 
of Public Roads, Washington, D. C, Technical Report 
1-218, January 1970, 173 pp., PB 184 956 



THE PERSONALITY OF THE JUVENILE TRAFF IC -OFFENDER , 
Elisabeth Nau, Frele Universitat Berlin , Institut fur 
Gerichtliche und Soziale Medizin, Berlin, West Germany; 
Proceedings of the Second Congress of the International 
Association for Accident and Traffic Medicine-- 
Volume II, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, 
pp. 53-58 



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INVESTIGATION OF AN INTERVEHICLE SPACING DISPLAY, 
kobert L. Blerley, General Motors Corporation , Research 
Laboratories, Warren, Mich.; National Academy of Sciences, 
National Research Council, Highway Research Board, 
Washington, D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, 
1963, pp. 58-75 

RESEARCH ON HUMAN VARIABLES IN SAFE MOTOR VEHICLE 
OPERATION: A CORRELATIONAL SUMMARY OF PREDICTOR 
VARIABLES AND CRITERION MEASURES, Leon G. Goldstein, 
George Washington University , Driver Behavior Research 
Project, Washington, D. C, Research Grant, M-1508, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Health, Education & 
Welfare, Public Health Service, National Center for 
Urban & Industrial Health, Arlington, Va., June 1961, 
71 pp. 



FAHRVERHALTENSBEOBACHTUNG UND FAHRERKLASSIFIKAT10N 
1M STRASSENVERKEHR (A BEHAVIOR STUDY AND CLASSIFICATION 
OF DRIVERS IN TRAFFIC), S. W. Quenault, Road Research 
Laboratory, Crowthorne, England; & J. F. Fuhrmann, 
Kuratoriums fur Verkehrssicherheit , Verkehrspsycho- 
logisches Institut, Olzeltgasse, Osterreich; 
Zeitschrift fur Verkehrssicherheit , 15 Jahrgang, 1969, 
Heft 4, Seite 248-261 



VALID ITATSUNTERSUCHUNG UND FAKTORENANALYSE VERKEHRSPSY- 
CHOLOGISCHER DIAGNOSTISCHER METHODEN (INVESTIGATION OF 
THE VALIDITY OF DIAGNOSTIC TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY METHODS), 
Herbert Kallina, Kuratoriums fur Verkehrssicherheit, 
Verkehrspsychologischen Institut, Wien, Austria, 15 pp. 



RESPONSE BLOCKING: A NECESSARY PERFORMANCE CRITERION, 
Warren H. Teichner, Harvard School of Public Health , 
Guggenheim Center for Aerospace Health & Safety, 
Boston, Mass.; Pre-Crash Factors In Traffic Safety , 
12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 165-180, 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, 
Calif. 



DRIVER OBEDIENCE TO STOP AND SLOW SIGNS', William T. 
Jackman, Howard, Needles, Tammen & Bergendoff , 
Cleveland, Ohio; Highway Research Board Bulletin No. 161 , 
1957, pp. 9-17 



DRIVER PASSING BEHAVIOR ON TWO-LANE HIGHWAYS, 
Robert S. Hostetter, HRB-Singer, Incorporated , Decision 
Sciences Laboratory, State College, Pa.; Pre-Crash 
Factors in Traffic Safety, 12th Annual Symposium, 
October 17-18, 1968, pp. 39-60, American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



DRIVER EDUCATION TASK ANA LYSIS --TASK DESCRIPTIONS, 
VOLUME I, A. James McKnight & Bert B. Adams, Human 
Resources Research Organization, Alexandria, Va., 
Contract No. FH-11-7336, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, HumRRO Tech. Report 70-103, November 
1970, 266 pp. 



ZWEITE VERHALTENSANALYSE VON KRAFTFAHRERN UND 
VALID ITA'TSUNTERSUCHUNG VERKEHRSPSYCHOLOGISCHER 
UNTERSUCHUNGSMETHODEN (THE SECOND ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR 
OF DRIVERS AND EXAMINATION OF THE VALIDITY OF PSYCHO- 
LOGICAL TRAFFIC EXAMINING METHODS), Dieter v. 
Klebelsberg, Bernhard Biehl, Gerhard Derflinger, 
Gerhard Fischer, Janos Fuhrmann & Uwe Seydel, 
Kuratoriums fur Verkehrssicherheit , Wien, Austria; 
reprint Zeitschrift fur experimentelle und angewandte 
Psychologie, Vol. XV, No. 4, 1968, pp. 601-618 



PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS AND ROAD SAFETY, L. G. Norman, 
London Transport Board, London, England; Proceedings of 
the International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine--Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 139-149 



A STUDY OF HIGHWAY DRIVING--PART I. ANALYSIS OF HEART 
RATE MONITORING, V. P. Collins, Anna Maxwell £■ Robert M. 
Adams, Paper Given at the Annual Meeting of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, Holloman 
Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 5. 11, 
1966, pp. 1-7 



DRIVER CHARACTERISTICS, NIGHT V1SIBLITY, AND DRIVING 
SIMULATION, National Academy of Sciences , National 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, Publication 1125, 
1963, 109 pp. 



DRIVER EDUCATION TASK ANALYSIS—TASK ANALYSIS METHODS, 
VOLUME II, A. James McKnight & Bert B. Adams, Human 
Resources Research Organization , Alexandria, Va., 
Contract No. FH-11-7336, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, Report No. HumRRO 
IR Dl-70-1, November 1970, 41 pp. 



DIE BEEINFLUSSUNG DES FAHRVERHALTENS DURCH LEIT- UND 
RANDLINIEN AUF FREILANDSTRASSEN (THE INFLUENCE OF 
GUIDE STRIPS OF FREEWAYS ON DRIVING BEHAVIOR),. 
U. Seydel, Kuratoriums fur Verkehrssicherheit , 
Verkehrspsychologischen Institut in Zusammenarbeit , 
Wien, Austria; reprint Zeitschrift Fur Verkehrssrecht . 
Vol. 12, No. 10, 1967, pp. 256-259 



ERGEBNIS EINER VERHALTENSANALYSE DES KRAFTFAHRERS 
(BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE ANALYSIS OF THE DRIVER), Dieter v. 
Klebelsberg, Kuratoriums fur Verkehrssicherheit , 
Verkehrspsychologischen Institut, Wien, Austria; reprint 
Journal of Experimental & Applied Psychology , Vol. X/4, 
1963, pp. 597-603 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY: THE DRIVER, J. Wadsworth, 
National Research Council of Canada , Ottawa, Canada, 
Technical Note No. 2, May 1966, 34 pp., 5 figs. 



APPLICATION DE TECHNIQUES ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIQUES A 
L'ETUDE DE LA CONDUITE AUTOMOBILE (APPLICATION OF 
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES TO THE STUDY OF 
AUTOMOBILE DRIVING), M. C. Pin, Organlsme National de 
Se'curite Routiere , Section de Psychophysiologie, 
Arcuell (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 15, August 1966, 
15 pp. 



CONDUITE AUTOMOBILE ET CHARGE MENTALE (AUTOMOBILE 
DRIVING AND MENTAL BURDEN), G. Michaut, Organlsme 
National de Securlte Routiere , Division des Etudes 
Psychologiques, Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 
18, January 1968, 19 pp. 



CONDUITE AUTOMOBILE ET SECURITE (AUTOMOBILE DRIVING 
AND SAFETY), Pierre-Henri Giscard, Organlsme National 
de Securite Routiere , Arcueil (Seine), France, 1st Pa> 
December 1966, 69 pp. 



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CONDUITE AUTOMOBILE ET SECURITE (AUTOMOBILE DRIVING 
AND SAFETY), Pierre-Henri Giscard, Organisme National 
de Se'curlte' Routiere , Arcueil (Seine), France, 2nd 
Part, March 1967, pp. 75-145 



L'ESTIMATION STATISTIQUE DE LA PROPENSION AUX ACCIDENTS 
(STATISTICAL ESTIMATE OF TENDENCY TOWARD ACCIDENTS), 
D. Srour, Organisme National de Securite*" Routiere , 
Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 24, December 1969, 
35 pp. 



RECHERCHE DE CORRELATIONS ENTRE DONNEES DE VIGIUNCE 
OPERATIONNELLE ET PHYSIOLOGIQUE — L'ELECTROE.NCEPHALO- 
GRAPHIE COMME SOURCE D 'INFORMATIONS SUR L' EVOLUTION DE 
L'EFFICIENCE DU CONDUCTEUR, (RESEARCH ON CORRELATIONS 
AMONG DATA REGARDING OPERATIONAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL 
ALERTNESS--THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH AS A SOURCE OF 
DATA FOR THE EVALUATION OF DRIVER EFFICIENCY), 
C. Tarriere, F. Hartemann & M. Niarfeix, Regie 
Nationale des Usines Renault , Laboratoire de Physiologic 
et de Biom§canique, Boulogne-Billancourt (Seine), 
France, prepared for Organisme National de Securite 
Routiere, Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 16, 
August 1966, 38 pp. 



ETUDE DETAILLEE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA ROUTE--II. LES 
FACTEURS LIES AU CONDUCTEUR ET AU VEHICULE (DETAILED 
STUDIES OF HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS--1I . FACTORS RELATED TO 
THE DRIVER AND TO THE VEHICLE), P. Duflot & F. Hoffmann, 
Organisme National de Securite' Routiere , Arcueil (Seine) 
France, Bulletin No. 5, June 1963, 18 pp. 



DRIVER BEHAVIOUR - SAFE AND UNSAFE DRIVERS, S. W. 
Quenault, Road Research Lab ., Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 70, 1967, 
58 pp. 



F^TUDE DU COMPORTEMENT DES CONDUCTEURS D 'AUTOMOBILES : 
CONDUITE EN SITUATION MONOTONE (STUDY OF THE BEHAVIOR 
OF AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS: CONDUCT IN A MONOTONOUS 
SITUATION), G. Michaut & M. Pottier, Organisme 
National de Securite Routiere , Arcueil (Seine), France, 
Bulletin No. 8, May 1964, 11 pp. 



UN INSTRUMENT D 'ETUDE DU COMPORTEMENT DES CONDUCTEURS 
D 'AUTOMOBILE: LA V01TURE EQUIPEE (AN INSTRUMENT- 
EQUIPPED VEHICLE FOR STUDYING THE BEHAVIOR OF 
AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS), G. Michaut, Organisme National de 
Securite Routiere , Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin 
No. 4, September 1962, 8 pp. 



LES NIVEAUX D 'ACTIVATION LORS DE DIFFERENTES SITUATIONS 
DE CONDUITE (THE LEVELS OF ACTIVITY OCCURING 'AT THE 
TIME OF DIFFERENT DRIVING SITUATION), M. C. Pin, 
F. Lecret & M. Pottier, Organisme National de Securite 
Routiere , Laboratoire de Psychophysiologic, Arcueil 
(Seine), France, Bulletin No. 19, January 1969, 11 pp. 



PRISE DE RISQUE EN AUTOMOBILE: ETUDE EXPERIMENTALE 
D'UN PARCOURS ROUTIER (RISK TAKEN IN A CAR: 
EXPERIMENTAL EXERCISE OF A ROUTINE RUN), M. Monseur & 
G. Malaterre, Organisme National de Securite Routiere , 
Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 27, Juillet 1970, 
35 pp. 



REPRESENTATIONS, COMPORTEMENTS ET ATTITUDES DES 
CONDUCTEURS AVANT UN LONG TRAJET (REPRESENTATION, 
BEHAVIOR, AND ATTITUDES OF DRIVERS BEFORE LONG JOIFRNEYS) 
Jean-Michel Villaret, Marc Lucet and Benjamin Matalon, 
Organisme National de Securite Routiere , Arcueil 
(Seine), France, Bulletin No. 22, September 1969, 
22 pp. 



CONFRONTATION DE^DONN^ES OBJECTIVES ET SUBJECTIVES 
RELATIVES A DES EPREUVES DE VIGILANCE (COMPARISON OF' 
OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE RESULTS WITH RESPECT TO 
DIFFERENT SOUND ENVIRONMENTS), C. Tarriere, Rlgie 
Nationale des Usines Renault , Laboratoire de 
Physiologie et de Biomecanique, Boulogne-Billancourt 
(Seine), France, prepared for Organisme National de 
Securite' Routiere, Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 
6, June 1963, 23 pp. 



THE EFFECT OF SPEED AND SPEED CHANGE ON DRIVERS' 
SPEED JUDGEMENT, G. G. Denton, Road Research 
Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
England, Report No. LR 97, 1967, 6 pp., 2 figs. 



AN EVALUATION OF A BRAKELIGHT DISPLAY WHICH INDICATES 
THE SEVERITY OF BRAKING, K. S. Rut ley & D . G. W. Mace, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Road 
Layout & Lighting Section, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England 
RRL Report No. LR 287, 1969, 23 pp., PB 189 234 



FAHRVERHALTENSBEOBACHTUNG UND FAHRERKLASSIFIKATION 
IM STRASSENVERKEHR (A BEHAVIOR STUDY AND CLASSIFICATION 
OF DRIVERS IN TRAFFIC), S. W. Quenault, Road Research 
Laboratory, Crowthorne, England; & J. F. Fuhrmann, 
Kuratoriums f ur Verkehrssicherheit , Verkehrspsycho- 
logisches Institut, Olzeltgasse, Osterreich; 
Zeitschrift fur Verkehr s sicherheit , 15 Jahrgang, 1969, 
Heft 4, Selte 248-261 



THE IMPORTANCE OF DRIVER LIMITATIONS IN VEHICLE CONTROL, 
A. Irving & T. S. Bowles, Road Research Laboratory, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; Vehicle and Road Design 
for Safety , Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanicil 
Engineers, Vol. 183, Part 3A, 1968-69, pp. 106-113, 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, England 



GROUP THERAPY AMONGST PERSONS INVOLVED IN FREQUENT 
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, William A. Tillmann, & Lebert 
Harris, St. Joseph's Hospital , Dept. of Psychiatry, 
London, Ontario, Canada; Margaret A. Phipps & John L. 
Howe, University of Western Ontario, Medical School, 
Department of Psychiatry, London, Ontario, Canada; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 63-69, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



OBSERVATIONS ON "REACTION TIME'' OF AUTOMOBILE RACE 
DRIVERS, John C. Scully & David M. Boyd, Jr.; Paper 
Given at the Annual Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, 
Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 31-35 



HEADLAMP BEAM USAGE ON U. S. HIGHWAYS, Charles T. Hare 
& Roger H. Hemion, Southwest Research Institute , 
San Antonio, Texas, Contract No. CPR 11-4126, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of 
Public Roads, Washington, D. C, Report No. Ak-666, 
December 2, 1968, 8' pp., PB 183 00? 



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CONCEPTUALIZATION OF OVERTAKING AND PASSING ON TWO- 
LANE RURAL ROADS--VOLUME III DRIVER CONTROL, David H. 
Weir & Duane T. McRuer, Syst ems Technology, Inc. , 
Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. CPR-11-2770, prepared 
for Bureau of Public Roads, Office of Research & 
Development, Department of Transportation, Washington, 
D. C, Technical Report No. 1-193-III, December 1967, 
178 pp. 



DRIVER CONTROL DURING OVERTAKING AND PASSING UNDER 
ADVERSE CONDITIONS, David H. Weir, Frederic R. Alex, 
& Robert F. Ringland, Systems Technology, Inc. , 
Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6145, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation^ Bureau of Public 
Roads, Washington, D. C, Technical Report No. 174-1, 
May 1969, 135 pp. 



OVERTAKING AND PASSING UNDER ADVERSE VISIBILITY 
CONDITIONS—DRIVER CONTROL DURING OVERTAKING AND PASSING, 
VOLUME IV, David H. Weir, Frederic R. Alex & Robert F. 
Ringland, Systems Technology, Incorporated , Hawthorne, 
Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6145, prepared for Franklin 
Institute Research Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pa.; & 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C, Technical Report 1-218, January 1970, 138 pp., 
PB 184 958 



PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS IN MOTOR 
VEHICLE ACCIDENTS- -FOLLOW-UP STUDY, John J. Conger, 
Herbert S. Gaskill, Donald D. Glad, Linda Hassel, 
Robert V. Rainey & William L. Sawrey & Eugene S. Turrell, 
University of Colorado, School of Medicine, Boulder, 
Colo.; Journal of the American Medical Association , 
Vol. 169, No. 14, pp. 1581-1587 



AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, SUICIDE AND UNCONSCIOUS MOTIVATION 
Melvin L. Selzer & Charles E. Payne, University of 
Michigan , Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich.; American 
Journal of Psychiatry , .Vol. 119, No. 3, September 1962, 
pp. 237-240 



DRIVING BEHAVIOR AND RELATED PROBLEMS, Bruce D. 
Greenshields, Univerisity of Michigan , Transportation 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; National Academy of Sciences 
National Research Council, Highway Research Board, 
Washington, D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, 1963, 
pp. 14-32 



IDENTIFYING THE PROBLEM DRIVER FROM STATE DRIVER 
RECORDS, William L. Carlson, University of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., 
HSRI Research, No. 1, May 1968, 7 pp. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-1964, 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 



THE HUMAN FACTOR IN ACCIDENTS, U. S. Air Force , School 
of Aviation Medicine, Air University, Randolph Air Force 
Base, Texas; reprinted by U. S. Department of Health, 
Education & Welfare, Public Health Service, Washington, 
D. C, 1967, 175 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME VI--DRIVER BEHAVIOR, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, Va., 
July 18-20, 1969, 95 pp., PB 186 273 



THE SAFE VEHICLE OPERATOR (HIGHWAY), Robert Brenner, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the 
First Department of Transportation Intra-Departmental 
Safety Seminar, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C., January 1969, pp. 165-194 



MAPPING YOUNG DRIVERS IN BEHAVIORAL SPACE, Stanley H. 
Schuman & Donald C. Pelz, University of Michigan, 
Highway Safe"ty Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 12th Annual 
Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 141-154, American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



PSYCHOTECHNICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL, NEUROLOGICAL AND 
PSYCHIATRICAL INVESTIGATIONS AND THUS MOTIVATED 
PREVENTIVE AND PROHIBITIVE MEASURES, Luciano Zanaldi, 
University of Padova , Department of Forensic Medicine, 
Padova, Italy; Proceedings of the International 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine--Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 150-157 



GROUP THERAPY AMONGST PERSONS INVOLVED IN FREQUENT 
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, William A. Tillmann, & Lebert 
Harris, St. Joseph's Hospital, Dept. of Psychiatry, 
London, Ontario, Canada; Margaret A. Phipps & John L. 
Howe, University of Western Ontario , Medical School, 
Department of Psychiatry, London, Ontario, Canada; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway. Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 63-69, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



THE SKILLS OF THE DRIVER AND THE RESPONSE OF THE 
VEHICLE, W. T. Singleton, University of Aston, 
Birmingham, England; Ergonomics and Safety in Motor 
Car Design , Proceedings--Institut ion of Mechanical 
Engineers, Vol. 181, Part 3D, 1966-1967, pp. 51-55 



A STUDY OF HIGHWAY DRIVING — PART II. PERSONALITY 
PROFILES OF DRIVERS, David B. Vinson; Paper Given at the 
Annual Meeting of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico, 
November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 8-11 



ACCIDENT PRONENESS, THE HISTORY OF AN IDEA, Frank A. 
Haight, University of California, Institute of Trans- 
portation & Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
reprint Automobllismo e Automobilismo Industriale , 
1964, No. 4, Lug.-Agos., 14 pp. 



DRIVER TRAINING AND LICENSING 

DIGEST OF MOTOR LAWS, American Automobile Association , 
Legal Department, Washington, D. C. , Thirty-Sixth 
Edition, 1969, 188 pp. 



SOME COMPARISONS BETWEEN TRAFFIC DEATH AND SUICIDE, 
Frank A. Haight, Univers it y of Ca li fornia. Institute of 
Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; reprint Automobilismo e Automobllismo 
In dustriale, No. 5, Sett.-Ott., 1965, 52 pp. 



SUSPENSION AND REVOCATION OF DRIVERS' LICENSES--A 
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STATE LAWS, Anthony Antony, 
Automotive Safety Foundation, Laws Division, Washington, 
D. C, 1966, 124 pp. 



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FIXED BASE SIMULATOR VERSUS SKID PAN PRACTICE IN SKID 
CONTROL TRAINING, Benjamin C. Duggar, Henry N. Young, 
Charles R. Budrose, & Edward H. Kanter, Biodynamics 
Corporat Ion , Contract No. PH 108-66-183, prepared for 
Public Health Service, Injury Control Research Lab., 
U. S. Department of Health, Education, & Welfare, 
Providence, R. I., ICRL-RR-68-3, 1969, 50 pp. 



LES PRINCIPES DE L' INSTRUCTION PROGRAMMEE ET LEUR 
APPLICATION AU CODE DE LA ROUTE (THE PRINCIPLES OF 
PROGRAMMED TEACHING AND THEIR APPLICATION TO THE 
HIGHWAY CODE), R. Volders, Bureau Marcel van DIJK , 
Bruxelles, Belgium; Technical Aspects of Road Safety 
Bulletin d' Information du C .1 .D .l.T.V.A. , No. 32, 
December 1967, pp. 4.1-4.18, Fonds d'Etudes et de 
Recherches sur la Securite Routiere, Bruxelles, 
Belgium, editor 



AUTOMOBILITY, Harold L. Henderson & Theodore Kole; 
Paper presented at the Meeting of the American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, Rochester, Minn. 
October 22 & 23, 1965, pp. 142-153 



HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION LEGISLATION IN 1969, Highway 
Users Federation for Safety and Mobility , Washington, 
D. C, 32 pp. 



DRIVER EDUCATION TASK ANALYSIS--TASK DESCRIPTIONS, 
VOLUME I, A. James McKnight & Bert B. Adams, Human 
Resources Research Organization , Alexandria, Va., 
Contract No. FH-11-7336, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, HumRRO Tech. Report 70-103, November 
1970, 266 pp. 



DRIVER LICENSE ADMINISTRATION REQUIREMENTS AND FEES- 
STATUS AS OF JANUARY 1, 1960, Bureau of Public Roads , 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C. 
9 pp. 



PREVENTIVE MEDICINE: CALIFORNIA'S DRIVER IMPROVEMENT 
PROGRAM, E. Keith Ball, California Department of Motor 
Vehicles , Division of Drivers' Licenses, Sacramento, 
Calif.; Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 12th 
Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 203-222, 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, 
Calif. 



DRIVER EDUCATI0N--A SURVEY AND ANALYSIS OF STATE LAWS 
AND PRACTICES PERTAINING TO NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL AND OUT- 
0F-SCH00L YOUTH, Central Missouri State College , Safety 
Center, Warrensburg, Mo., Contract No. FH-11-7020, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
September 1969, 251 pp. 



EVALUATION OF DRIVER EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS, 
Harry H. Harman, Dean W. Seibel, Michael Rosenfeld & 
Benjamin Shimberg, Educational Testing Service , 
Princeton, N. J., Subcontract No. HRB-48-69-4, prepared 
for National Academy of Sciences - National Academy of 
Engineering, National Research Council, Highway Research 
Board, Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6961, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, March 31, 1969, 118 pp. 



DRIVER EDUCATION TASK ANALYSIS--TASK ANALYSIS METHODS, 
VOLUME II, A. James McKnight & Bert B. Adams, Human 
Resources Research Organization , Alexandria, Va., 
Contract No. FH-11-7336, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C., Report No. HumRRO 
1R Dl-70-1, November 1970, 41 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS--NATIONAL DRIVER EDUCATION AND TRAINING 
SYMPOSIA, Institute for Educational Development , 
New York, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6947, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, December 1-4, 1968 6. 
January 26-29, 1969, 387 pp. 



OPERANT TRAINING OF PROBLEM DRIVERS UNDER STRESS, 
Donald H. Schuster, Iowa State University , Psychology 
Department, Ames, Iowa, 1970, 12 pp. 



AUTOMOBILITY, Harold L. Henderson & Theodore Kole ; 
Paper presented at the Meeting of the American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, Rochester, Minn. 
October 22 6, 23, 1965, pp. 142-153 



APTITUDE NORMS FOR DRIVING MOTOR VEHICLES (TAUV0 K) IN 
THE GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC (GDR), H. Mtiller, 
Berlin, Germany; Proceedings of the International 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine--Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 172-173 



IMPROVING THE ENFORCEMENT OF DRIVER LICENSE DENIALS, 
SUSPENSIONS, AND REVOCATIONS. PART 1: PRELIMINARY 
GUIDELINES, Exotech Systems, Incorporated , Washington, 
D. C, Contract No. FH-11-7283, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D C, October 1970, 37 pp. 



UNIFORM VEHICLE CODE AND MODEL TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 
National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and 
Ordinances, Washington, D. C, 1968, 335 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY: THE DRIVER, J. Wadsworth, 
National R esearch Council of Canada, Ottawa, Canada, 
Technical Note No7 2, May 1966, 34 pp., 5 figs. 



IMPROVING THE ENFORCEMENT OF DRIVER LICENSE DENIALS, 
SUSPENSIONS, AND REVOCATIONS. PART 2: TECHNICAL 
REPORT, Oliver Bryk, Exotech Systems, Incorporated , 
Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-7283, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, October 1970, 110 pp. 



LOGICAL FALLACIES IN RESEARCH ON DRIVER EDUCATION, 
Gerald J. Driessen, National Safety Council , Chicago, 
111.; Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 12th Annual 
Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 259-273, American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



THE LEGAL NATURE OF A DRIVER'S LICENSE, John H. Reese, 
George Washington University , Graduate School of 
Public Law, Washington, D. C, November 1965, 52 pp.; 

Bublished by Automotive Safety Foundation, Washington, 
. C. 



PROJECT DRIVER, Jerry L. Purswell, Oklahoma Department 
of Public Safety, Oklahoma City, Okla,, & University 
of Oklahoma Research Institute, Norman, Okla., Contract 
No. FH-11-7126, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C., 46 pp. 



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EFFICACITE CCMPAREE DE DIFFERENTS SYSTEMES DE 
PRESENTATION ET D ' APFRENTISSAGE DES NOTIONS DE PRIORITE 
(COMPARATIVE EFFICIENCY OF DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF 
PRESENTATION AND OF LEARNING OF NOTIONS OF PRIORITY), 
M. Simonnet, Organisme National de Se'curite Routiere , 
Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 23, September 
1969, 16 pp. 



LA NOTION DE PRIORITE DE PASSAGE SUR ROLTE , ET SON 
APFRENTISSAGE EN AUTO-ECOLE (THE NOTION OF PASSAGE 
PRIORITY ON HIGHWAYS AND ITS ADVENT IN DRIVING SCHOOL), 
M. Simonnet, Organisme National de Se'curite' Routiere , 
Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 21, March 1969, 
17 pp. 



MEDICAL ASPECTS OF DRIVER LICENSURE: PUBLIC HEALTH 
SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS, Richard Marland 6c Eugene Lehr, 
Public Health Service , Environmental Control 
Administration, Injury Control Program, U. S. Department 
of Health, Education & Welfare, Arlington, Va.; Pre- 
Crash Factors In Traffic Safety, 12th Annual Symposium, 
October 17-18, 1968, pp. 3-8, American Association for 
Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY ON DRIVER LICENSING, D. C. Jones & S. K. 
Stouffer, Research Triangle Institute , Operations 
Research & Economics Div., Research Triangle Park, N. C. 
Contract No. FH- 11-7253, prepared f or U . S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Final Report FR-OU-472-4, April 1970, 
37 pp. 



OUTLOOK 70' s: DRIVER EDUCATION, Joseph B. Shields; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, October 
16 & 17, 1969, pp. 197-206, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANUAL—DRIVER EDUCATION, 
VOLUME 4, U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal 
Highway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C., January 1969, 42 pp. 



HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANUAL—DRIVER LICENSING, 
VOLUME 5, U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal 
Highway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, January 1969, 53 pp. 



THE SAFE VEHICLE OPERATOR (HIGHWAY), Robert Brenner, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C.; Proceedings of the 
First Department of Transportation Intra-Departmental 
Safety Seminar, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, January 1969, pp. 165-194 



THE EFFECT OF QUALITATIVELY DIFFERENT DRIVER EDUCATION 
PROGRAMS ON FREQUENCY AND SEVERITY OF ACCIDENTS, 
Frederick L. McCuire, University of California , 
College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry & Human 
Behavior, Irvine, Calif.; Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic 
Safety , 12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, 
pp. 245-258, American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



AN EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF DRIVER EDUCATION— A 
STUDY OF HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY, RESEARCH METKODOLOCY, 
AND EFFECTIVENESS IN THE FIELD OF DRIVER EDUCATION, 
Frederick L. McGuire 6< Ronald C. Kersh, University 
of California , California College of Medicine, 
Richmond, Calif., 1968, 172 pp. 



A REPORT DEVELOPING A COMPREHENSIVE STATE PROGRAM OF 
MOTORCYCLE DRIVER'S LICENSING. LeGrand L. Malany, 
University of Illinois , Highway Traffic Safety Center 
Motorcycle Driver's Licensing Evaluation Committee, 
Urbana, 111., Research Report No. 3, August 1969, 114 pp 



DRIVER LICENSING AND PERFORMANCE— RESEARCH REVIEW 
AND RECOMMENDATIONS, VOLUME I, Louis Miller & 
John A. Dimling, Jr., Spindletop Research, Inc. , 
Communications & Systems Div., Lexington, Ky., 
Contract No. FH-11-6533, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, March 1969, Report No. 224, 409 pp. 



AN EVALUATION OF LOCALLY ORIENTED DRIVER EDUCATION 
THROUGH MASS COMMUNICATIONS MEDIA — PART ONE: ERRATIC 
VEHICULAR MOVEMENTS, Bennie R. Maffet, University of 
Kentucky, Department of Civil Engineering, Lexington, 
Ky., 1967, 64 pp. 



DRIVER LICENSING AND PERFORMANCE — SURVEY OF STATE 
PRACTICES, VOLUME II, John A. Dimling, Jr., 
Spindletop Research, Inc ., Communications & Systems 
Div., Lexington, Ky., Contract No. FH-11-6533, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 224, October 1, 1968, 120 pp. 



DRIVER LICENSING AND PERFORMANCE — SUMMARY AND 
RECOMMENDED STANDARDS, VOLUME III, John A. Dimling, 
Jr., & Louis Miller, Spindletop Research, Inc ., 
Communications & Systems Div., Lexington, Ky., 
Contract No. FH-11-6533, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. 224, March 1969, 36 pp. 



AN EVALUATION OF LOCALLY ORIENTED DRIVER EDUCATION 
THROUGH MASS COMMUNICATIONS MEDIA— PART TWO: ACCIDENTS, 
Malcolm F. Howard, University of Kentucky , Dept. of 
Civil Engineering, Lexington, Ky., 1967, 51 pp. 



PROJECT DRIVER, Jerry L. Purswell, Oklahoma Department 
of Public Safety, Oklahoma City. Okla., & University 
of Oklahoma Research Institute , Norman, Okla. , Contract 
No. FH-11-7126, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, 46 pp. 



INTELLIGENSENS OCH OLIKA PERSONLIGHETSDRAGS BETYDELSE 
FOR UNDERVISNINGEN I EN BILSKOLA (THE SIGNIFICANCE OF 
THE INTELLIGENCE AND SOME PERSONALITY FACTORS FOR THE 
EDUCATION IN A DRIVING SCHOOL), Anders Tallqvlst, TALJA 
Central Organization for Traffic Safety In Finland"^ 
Helsinki, Finland, 1966, No. 3, 57 pp. 



DRIVER VISION 

TINTED CONTACT LENSES— A HANDICAP FOR NIGHT DRIVING, 
Oscar W. Richards, American Optical Company , Southbridge, 
Mass.; National Academy of Sciences, National Research 
Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, 
Highway Research Record No. 25, 1963, p. 86 



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VISION AT LEVELS OF NIGHT ROAD ILLUMINATION--VIII . 
LITERATURE 1962, Oscar W. Richards, American Optical 
Company , Southbrldge, Mass.; National Academy of 
Sciences, National Research Council, Highway Research 
Board, Washington, D. C., Highway Research Record 
No. 25, 1963, pp. 76-82 



VISUAL CONSIDERATIONS OF MAN, THE VEHICLE. AND THE 
HIGHWAY, Ingeborg Schmidt. Indiana University, iv . 
oi Optometry, Blooralngton, Ind., i Paul L. Connolly ; 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. 1 
SAE Report No. SP-279, March 1966,86 pp. 



EFFECTIVENESS OF THREE VISUAL CUES IN THE DETECTION OF 
RATE OF CLOSURE AT NIGHT, James F. Parker, Jr., Robert 
R. Gilbert & Richard F. Dillon, BioTechnology, Inc. , 
Arlington, Va., Contract CPR 11-8683, prepared for 
Bureau of Public Roads, Office of Research & Development 
Human Factors Branch, BTI Report No. 64-1, March 1964, 
45 pp. 



OVERTAKING AND PASSING UNDER ADVERSE VISIBILITY 
CONDITIONS--DRIVER JUDGEMENT AND DECISION-MAKING IN 
OVERTAKING AND FLYING PASS SITUATION, VOLUME III, 
Raymond E. Reilly & Bernard J. Cameron, Bio Technology, 
Inc . , Arlington, Va., Contract No. FH-11-6145, prepared 
for Franklin Institute Research Labs., Philadelphia, Pa. 
& U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C, Technical Report 1-218, January 1970, 139 pp., 
PB 184 957 



THE TRANSLATION OF VISUAL INFORMATION INTO VEHICULAR 
CONTROL ACTIONS, Raymond E. Reilly, Robert R. Gilbert, 
Richard F. Dillon & James F. Parker, Jr., BioTechnology , 
Inc. . Arlington, Va., prepared for Commonwealth of Va., 
Dept. of Highways & Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of Public 
Roads, BTI Report No. 65-2, October 1965, 50 pp. 



ASSESSMENT OF AUTOMOTIVE VISIBILITY BY A FIGURE OF MERIT, 
Richard L. Barnoski, Computer Sciences Corporation, 
Paramus, N. J.; John R. Maurer, Measurement Analysis 
Corporation, Marina del Rey, Calif.; & B. Andrew 
Kugler, Bolt, Beranek & Newman, Inc ., Cambridge, Mass.; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 644-676; SAE Report No. 700394 



AUTOMOTIVE REAR VISION, Charles R. Kelley, Dun lap and 
Associates , Inc ■ , Western Division, Santa Monica, Calif. 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 690-703; SAE Report No. 700396 



MOTOR VEHICLE REAR VISION, Charles R. Kelley (, Daniel J. 
Prosin, Dunlap & Associates, Inc ., Western Dlv., 
Santa Monica, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6951, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, August 1969, 
194 pp. 



MESOPIC VISION, GLARE TOLERANCE AND GLARE RECOVERY: 
A PRELIMINARY REPORT, Arthur H. Keeney & Wayne L. 
Erdbrink , Philadelphia, Pa.; Paper Given at the Annual 
Meeting of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New 
Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 36-39 



A HYPEREFFECTIVE VISUAL SIGNAL FOR NIGHT DRIVING 
WARNING DEVICE, Robert H. Peckhara & William M. Hart, 
Eye Research Foundation of Bethesda , Bethesda, Md.; 
National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, 
Highway Research Record No. 25, 1963, pp. 83-85 



AUTOMOBILE DRIVER EYE POSITION, James F. Meldrum, 
Ford Motor Co . , Human Factors Research Dept., Dearborn, 
Mich., Society of. Automotive Engineers Report No. 
650464, 11 pp. 



VEHICLE-IN-USE SYSTEM SAFETY ANA LYSIS --SAFETY ANALYSIS 
OF VISIBILITY AND HUMAN IMPAIRMENT, VOLUME IV, 
Booz-Allen Applied Research, Incorporated, Bethesda, Md . 
Contract No. FH-11-7316, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, September 1970, 186 pp. 



PERCEPTUAL AND FIELD FACTORS CAUSING LATERAL DISPLACEMENT, 
R. M. Michaels & L. W. Cozan, Bureau of Public Roads , 
Washington, D. C.j National Academy of Sciences, National 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, 1963, pp. 1-13 



DRIVER VISION, John Versace, Ford Motor Company , 
Automotive Safety Research, Dearborn, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceeaings 
P-30, pp. 617-628; SAE Report No. 700391 



THE EYELLIPSE AND CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DRIVER'S 
FORWARD FIELD OF VIEW, William A. Devlin, Ford Motor 
Company , Design Center, Dearborn, Mich.; Ronald W. Roe, 
General Motors Corporation, Warren, Mich., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, 
SAE Report No. 680105, 31 pp. 



ASSESSMENT OF AUTOMOTIVE VISIBILITY BY A FIGURE OF MERIT, 
Richard L. Barnoski, Computer Sciences Corporation , 
Paramus, N. J.; John R. Maurer, Measurement Analysis 
Corporation., Marina del Rey, Calif.; & B. Andrew 
Kugler, Bolt, Beranek £■ Newman, Inc., Cambridge, Mass.; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 644-676; SAE Report No. 700394 



VISION, MAN, VEHICLE AND HIGHWAY, Paul L. Connolly , 
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; Proc. Symposium on the 
Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, 
pp. 122-149, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



GEOMETRIC VISION REQUIREMENTS IN THE DRIVING TASK, 
Lyman M. Forbes, Ford Motor Company , Automotive Safety 
Research Office, Dearborn, Mich.; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 677-689; SAE Report No. 700395 



OVERTAKING AND PASSING UNDER ADVERSE VISIBILITY 
CONDITI0NS--SUMMARY, VOLUME I, Eugene Farber & 
Arno Cassel, Franklin Institute Research Laboratories , 
Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. FH-11-6145, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D. C. 
Technical Report 1-218, January 1970, 46 pp., PB 184 955 



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3VERTAK.INC AND PASSING JNDE8 ADVERSE VISIBILITY 
CONDITIONS—DRIVER JUDGMENT AND DECISION-MAKING IN 

ACCELERATIVE PASSING SITUATIONS ON TWO-LANE RURAL 
HIGHWAYS, VOLUME II. Eugene Farber, Franklin Inscitute 
Research Laboratories , Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. 
FH-11-6145, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 3ureau 
of Public Roads, Washington, D. C, Technical Report 
1-218, January 1970, 173 pp., ?B 184 956 



THE EYELLIPSE AND CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DRIVER'S 
FORWARD FIELD OF VIEW, William A. Devlin, Ford Motor 
Company, Design Center, Dearborn. Mich.; Ronald W. Roe, 
General Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich. , -presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968 
SAE Report No. 680105, 31 pp. 



MESOPIC VISION, GLARE TOLERANCE AND CLARE RECOVERY: 
A PRELIMINARY REPORT, Arthur H. Keeney i Wayne L. 
Erdbrink, Philadelphia, Pa.; Paper Given at the Annual 
Meeting of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New 
Mexico, November 10 6< 11, 1966, pp. 36-39 



ASSESSMENT OF AUTOMOTIVE VISIBILITY BY A FIGURE OF MERIT, 
Richard L. Barnoski, Computer Sciences Corporation, 
Paramus, N. J.; John R. Maurer, Measurement Analysis 
Corporation, Marina del Rev., Calif.; & B. Andrew 
Kugler, bo it, Beranek 6. Newman, Inc., Cambridge, Mass.; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 644-676; SAE Report No. 700394 



RESEARCH ON HUMAN VARIABLES IN SAFE MOTOR VEHICLE 
OPERATION: A CORRELATIONAL SUMMARY OF PREDICTOR 
VARIABLES AND CRITERION MEASURES, Leon G. Goldstein, 
George Washington University , Driver Behavior Research 
Project, Washington, D. C, Research Grant, M-1508, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Health, Education & 
Welfare, Public Health Service, National Center for 
Urban & Industrial Health, Arlington, Va., June 1961, 
71 pp. 



EVALUATION OF DIRECT VISIBILITY FOR AUTOMOTIVE 

PASSENGER VEHICLES BY A FIGURE OF MERIT, Richard L. 

Barnoski, John R. Maurer & B. Andrew Kugler, Measurement 

Analysis Corp. , Marina Del Rey, Calif., Contract 

No. FH-11-6893, prepared for U. S. Department 

of Transportation. National Highway Safety Bureau, 

Washington, D. C, August 1969, 65 pp. 



GLARE AND DRIVER VISION, Howard W. Stoudt, Thomas J. 
Crowley, Barry Gruber, Anthony J. Morandi, Ernst Wolf, 
Ross A. McFarland, Harvard School of Public Health , 
Boston, Mass., Contract No. FH-11-6904, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, January 1970, 89 pp. 



EVALUATION OF DIRECT VISIBILITY FOR AUTOMOTIVE 
PASSENGER VEHICLES BY A FIGURE OF MERIT--APPENDICES , 
Richard L. Barnoski, John R. Maurer & B. Andrew Kugler, 
Measurement Analysis Corporation , Marina del Rey, Calif. 
Contract No. FH-11-6893, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, August 1969, 144 pp. 



VISIBILITY PROBLEMS IN NIGHT DRIVLNG: THE ROLE OF 
SUBJECTIVE BRIGHTNESS AND CONTRAST, W. D. Wright, 
Imperial College of Science ^ Technology , Applied 
Optics Section, London, England; Proc. Symposium on 
the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, 
pp. 93-99, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



IMPROVING VISIBILITY OF THE HIGHWAY AND HIGHWAY SIGNS 
AS A MEANS OF ACCIDENT PREVENTION, Theodore W. Forbes, 
Michigan State University , Department of Psychology & 
Division of Engineering Research, East Lansing, Mich.; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 113-117, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



ACTUAL PEDESTRIAN VISIBILITY AND THE PEDESTRIAN'S 
ESTIMATE OF HIS OWN VISIBILITY, Merrill J. Allen, 
Richard D. Hazlett, Herman L. Tacker & Ben V. Graham, 
Indiana University , Division of Optometry, Bloomington, 
Ind.; Proceedings of che Thirteenth Annual Conference of 
the American Association for Automotive Medicine, 
October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 293-299, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



DYNAMIC VISIBILITY OF MOTOR VEHICLES, Akira Yamanaka, 
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd .; & Minoru Kobayashi, 
National Research Institute of Police Science; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium. 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 631-643; SAE Report No. 700393 



GLARE AND DRIVER VISION REPORT, Merrill J, Allen, 
Indiana University , Bloomington, Ind., Contract No. 
FH-11-6550, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, January 22, 1969, 62 pp. 



DRIVER CHARACTERISTICS, NIGHT VISIBILITY. 
SIMULATION, National Academy of Sciences, 



AND DRIVING 
National 



Research Council, Highway Researcn Board, Washington, 
D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, Publication 1125, 
1963, 109 pp. 



VISUAL CONSIDERATIONS OF MAN, THE VEHICLE, AND THE 
HIGHWAY, Ingeborg Schmidt, Indiana University . Div. 
of Optometry, Bloomington, Ind., & Paul L. Connolly; 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
SAE Report No. SP-279, March 1966, 86 pp. 



DYNAMIC VISIBILITY OF MOTOR VEHICLES, Akira Yamanaka, 
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.; & Minoru Kobayashi, 
National Research Institute of Police Science ; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 631-643; SAE Report No. 700393 



THE VISUAL ENVIRONMENT IN THE MODERN AUTOMOBILE, 
Merrill J. Allen, Indiana University , Bloomington, 
Ind.; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway 
Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 118-121, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



DRIVERS' EYE MOVEMENTS: AN APPARATUS AND CALIBRATION. 
T. H. Rockwell, C. Overby & R. R. Mourant, Ohio State 
University , Dept. of Industrial Engineering, Systems 
Research Group, Columbus, Ohio, 12 pp. 



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VISUAL INFORMATION SEEKING OF NOVICE DRIVERS, 
Ronald R. Mourant & Thomas H. Rockwell, Ohio State 
University , Department of Industrial Engineering, 
Columbus, Ohio; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 704-711; SAE Report 
No. 700397 



RECOGNITION OF COLOURED LIGHTS 3Y COLOUR DEFECTIVE 
INDIVIDUALS, S. Y. Shirley 6c R. J. Gauthler, Traffic 
Injury Research Foundation of Canada , Ottawa, Canada. 
Project No. 1, 1966, 10 pp., 12 figs.; Proceedings of 
the Annual Meeting of the American Association for 
Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo. 
New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 40-57 



THE IMPORTANCE OF DRIVER LIMITATIONS IN VEHICLE CONTROL, 
A. Irving & T. S. Bowles, Road Research Laboratory , 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; Vehicle and Road Design 
for Safety , Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers, Vol. 183, Part 3A, 1968-69, pp. 106-113, 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, England 



A PERCEPTUAL FACTOR THAT COULD CONTRIBUTE TO ROAD 
ACCIDENTS, L. R. Newsome, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report No. 
LR 135, 1967, 5 pp. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-1964, 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 



ETUDE DE LA VISIBILITE AU SOL DANS LES VEHICULES 
AUTOMOBILES (STUDY OF VISIBILITY FROM AUTOMOBILES), 
E. Chapoux, Union Technique de 1 'Automobile, du 
Motocycle et du Cycle , prepared for Organisme National 
de Se"curite' Routiere, Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin 
No. 7, June 1963, 12 pp. 



SOME HUMAN FACTORS AFFECTING THE DESIGN OF VEHICLES AND 
ROADS, R. L. Moore, Road Research Laboratory , Crowthorne, 
Berkshire, England; Vehicle and Road Design for Safety , 
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
Vol. 183, Part 3A, 1968-69, pp. 79-92, Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, London, England 



THE HUMAN FACTOR IN ACCIDENTS, U. S. Air Force , School 
of Aviation Medicine, Air University, Randolph Air Force 
Base, Texas; reprinted by U. S. Department of Health, 
Education & Welfare, Public Health Service, Washington, 
D. C, 1967, 175 pp. 



VISIBILITY FROM THE DRIVER'S SEAT: THE C0NSPICU0USNESS 
OF VEHICLES, LIGHTS AND SIGNALS, R. L. Moore 6. 
H. P. Ruffell Smith, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 
Ergonomics and Safety in Motor Car Design , Proceedlngs-- 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 181, Part 3D, 
1966-1967, pp. 56-68 



A COMPARISON OF PLANE AND CONVEX REARVIEW MIRRCRS FOR 
PASSENGER AUTOMOBILES. George E. Rowland, Carl A. Silver 
Samuel C. Volinsky, Joseph S. Behrman, Norman F. 
Nichols (x William F. Clisham Jr., Rowland S.. Company , 
Incorporated , Haddonfield, N. J., Contract No. FH-11- 
7382, prepared for U. 5. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
Washington, D. C, August 1970, 154 pp. 



THE EFFECT OF HEADLIGHT GLARE ON VEHICLE CONTROL AND 
DETECTION OF HIGHWAY VISION TARGETS, Roger H. Hemion, 
Southwest Research Institute , San Antonio, Texas, 
Contract No. 11-4126, preparea for Bureau of Public 
Roads, Federal Highway Administration, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, SwRI Project No. 
11-1908, May 1, 1968, 115 pp., PB 179 441 



OVERTAKING AND PASSING UNDER ADVERSE VISIBILITY 
C0NDITI0NS--DRIVER CONTROL DURING OVERTAKING AND PASSING, 
VOLUME IV, David H. Weir, Frederic R. Alex & Robert F. 
Ringland, Systems Technology, Incorporated, Hawthorne, 
Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6145, prepared for Franklin 
Institute Research Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pa.; & 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C, Technical Report 1-218, January 1970, 138 pp., 
PB 184 958 



FRONT VISIBILITY STUDY--POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT VEHICLES, 
U. S. Post Office Department , Automotive Div., 
Washington, D. C, April 1964, 14 pp. 



DRIVER VISION REQUIREMENTS, Erwin Hartmann, Unlversitat 
Munchen , Institute fur Med. Optik, Germany; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 629-630; SAE Report No. 700392 



GLARE AND DRIVER VISION, D. M. Finch, University of 
California , Institute of Transportation & Traffic 
Engineering, Vehicle Technology Facility, Berkeley, 
Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6549, prepared for U. 5. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, November 1968, 140 pp. 



A NOTE ON THE SPEED OF VISUAL PERCEPTION, Mathew Alpern 
University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proc. 
Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 
19-21, 1967, pp. 89-92, University of Michigan, Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 



PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN AUTOMOBILE REAR LIGHTING, 
Rudolf G. Mortimer, University of Michigan , Highway 
Safety Research Institute, Human Factors Department, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 586-598; SAE Report 
No. 700388 



EVALUATION OF STOPPING SIGHT DISTANCE DESIGN CRITERIA, 
John C. Glennon, Texas A&M University , Texas 
Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, 
in cooperation with U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D. C, Research 
Study No. 2-8-68-134, Research Report No. 134-3, 
August 1969, 71 pp. 



THE REDUCTION OF DISABILITY AND DISC0MFCRT GLARE IN 
TRAFFIC, Herbert A. W. Schober, University of Munich . 
Institute of Medical Optics, West Germany; Proc. 
Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 
19-21, 1967, pp. 100-112, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



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DRIVING SIMULATION 

FIXED BASE SIMULATOR VERSUS SKID PAN PRACTICE IN SKID 
CONTROL TRAINING , Benjamin C. Duggar, Henry N. Young, 
Charles R. Budrose, & Edward H. Kanter, Blodyn amies 
Corporation , Contract No. PH 108-66-183, prepared for 
Public Health Service, Injury Control Research Lab., 
U. S. Department of Health, Education, & Welfare, 
Providence, R. I., ICRL-RR-68-3, 1969, 50 pp. 



PART-TASK SIMULATION IN DRIVING RESEARCH, Richard M. 
Michaels & Burton W. Stephens, Bureau of Public Roads , 
Washington, D. C; National Academy of Sciences, National 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, 1963, pp. 87-94 



A COMPARISON OF ACCELERATOR RELEASE AND BRAKE RESPONSE 
TIMES OF TEN HAND AND FOOT BRAKING METHODS ON A 
SIMULATOR UNDER THREE EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS, 
Warren J. Huffman, University of Illinois, Safety & 
Driver Education Lab., Champaign, 111.; & Gerard R. 
Hummel, City University of New York , Queens College, 
Flushing, N. Y., October 25, 1967, 19 pp. 



DRIVER BEHAVIOUR IN CONTROLLING A DRIVING SIMULATOR 
WITH VARYING STABILITY, F. D. Hales, University of 
Technology, Loughborough, England; & M. P. Jurkat, 
Stevens Institute of Technology , Hoboken, N. J.; 
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers 
1968-69, Handling of Vehicles Under Emergency Conditions , 
Vol. 183, Part 3H, pp. 82-90 



EFFECTS OF MODERATE BLOOD ALCOHOL LEVELS ON AUTOMOBILE 
PASSING BEHAVIOR, William 0. Light & Charles G. Keiper, 
U. S. Department of Health Education & Welfare , Public 
Health Service, Environmental Control Administration, 
Injury Control Research Lab., Providence, R. I.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, October 
16 & 17, 1969, pp. 239-267, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



THE DRIVING SIMULAT0R--A RESEARCH TOOL, Charles K. 
Wojcik & Slade F. Hulbert, University of California , 
Institute of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, 
Los Angeles, Calif., presented at the Winter Annual 
Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
Chicago, 111., November 7-11, 1965, ASME Report No. 
65-WA/HUF-13, 15 pp. 



AUTOMOBILE DRIVING SIMULATOR FEASIBILITY STUDY, C. H. 
Hutchinson, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. SAph 69692, prepared for 
Department of Health, Education, & Welfare, Division 
of Special Health Services, Washington, D. C, CAL 
Report No. YM-1244-V-6, November 18, 1958, 110 pp., 
49 figs. 



USE OF STRESS IN PART-TASK DRIVING SIMULATORS--A 
PRELIMINARY STUDY, Myron L. Braunstein, William J. White 
& Robert C. Sugarman, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory , 
Buffalo, N. Y.; National Academy of Sciences, National 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, 1963, pp. 95-101 



CONTROLS FOR AUTOMOTIVE BRAKES, S. Konz, J. Daccarett, 
& B. Koe, Kansas State University , Manhattan, Kans., 
13 pp. 



DRIVER CHARACTERISTICS, NIGHT VISIBILITY, AND DRIVING 
SIMULATION, National Academy of Sciences , National 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, Publication 1125, 
1963, 109 pp. 



HUMAN THRESHOLDS RELATED TO SIMULATION OF INERTIA FORCES, 
Slade Hulbert & Charles Wojcik, University of California , 
Institute of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, 
Los Angeles, Calif.; National Academy of Sciences, 
National Research Council, Highway Research Board, 
Washington, D. C, Highway Research Record No. 25, 
1963, pp. 106-109 



INERTIA FORCES IN DRIVING AND THEIR SIMULATION, Charles 
K. Wojcik & Slade F. Hulbert, University of California, 
Institute of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, 
Los Angeles, Calif., presented at the American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers Winter Annual Meeting & Energy 
Systems Exposition, New York, N. Y>, November 27- 
December 1, 1966, ASME Report No. 66-WA/BHF-ll, 12 pp. 



A COMPARISON OF ACCELERATOR RELEASE AND BRAKE RESPONSE 
TIMES OF TEN HAND AND FOOT BRAKING METHODS ON A 
SIMULATOR UNDER THREE EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS, 
Warren J. Huffman, University of Illinois , Safety & 
Driver Education Lab., Champaign, 111.; & Gerard R. 
Hummel, City University of New York, Queens College, 
Flushing, N. Y., October 25, 1967, 19 pp. 



A DRIVING SIMULATOR FOR STABILITY OF A MOTOR VEHICLE, 
Kazuo Sunaga, Shin I Ida & Shizuo Fujioka, Nissan Motor 
Co., Ltd ., Chassis Test Section, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan, Paper No. 16, Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., 
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Stability 
and Control Committee, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 
14 pp. 



APPLICATIONS OF THE AUTOMOBILE SIMULATOR, E. P. Todosiev, 
Ohio State University , Antenna Laboratory, Department of 
Electrical Engineering, Columbus, Ohio; National Academy 
of Sciences, National Research Council, Highway Research 
Board, Washington, D. C., Highway Research Record No. 25, 
1963, pp. 102-105 



STUDIES OF DRIVER -AUTOMOBILE INTERFACES, Ohio State 
University , Engineering Experiment Station, Columbus, 
Ohio, Report No. 202A-10, September 1965, 441 pp. 



THE QUICKNESS OF SELECTED RIGHT-FOOT AND LEFT-FOOT 
BRAKING TECHNIQUES, Edwin G. Belzer, Jr., University 
of New Mexico; & Warren J. Huffman, University of 
Illinois , Champaign, 111.; reprint Research Review , 
September 1966, pp. 72-77 



THE QUICKNESS OF SELECTED RIGHT-FOOT AND LEFT-FOOT 
BRAKING TECHNIQUES, Edwin G. Belzer, Jr., University 
of New Mexico ; & Warren J. Huffman, University of 
Illinois, Champaign, 111.; reprint Research Review , 
September 1966, pp. 72-77 



DRIVER BEHAVIOUR IN CONTROLLING A DRIVING SIMULATOR 
WITH VARYING. STABILITY, F. D. Hales, University of 
Technology , Loughborough, England; & M. P. Jurkat, 
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J.; 
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
1968-69, Handling of Vehicles Under Emergency Conditions 
Vol. 183, Part 3H, pp. 82-90 



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DRUGS AND DRIVING 

MEDICAL GUIDE FOR PHYSICIANS IN DETERMINING FITNESS TO 
DRIVE A MOTOR VEHICLE, Committee on Medical Aspects of 
Automobile Injuries & Deaths, American Medical Associa- 
tion ; reprint Journal of the American Medical Associa- 
tion, March 14, 1959, Vol. 169, pages 1195-1207 



GUIDE FOR THE IDENTIFICATION, EVALUATION AND REGULATION 
OF PERSONS WITH MEDICAL HANDICAPS TO DRIVING, Julian 
A. Waller, California Dept. of Public Health , Bureau of 
Chronic Diseases, 1967, 36 pp. 



MEDIKAMENTE UND VERKEHR (DRUGS AND TRAFFIC), Paul 
Klelholz (x Jiirg Im Obersteg, La Clinique Psychiatrique, 
Basel, Switzerland; "Judicial Medicine--The Link 
between Medicine and Law," Verlag Sta'mpfli & Cie, Bern, 
Switzerland, publisher, 1968, pp. 86-93 



RESEARCH ON THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS ON DRIVER 
BEHAVIOUR AND THEIR IMPORTANCE AS A CAUSE OF ROAD 
ACCIDENTS, Leonard Goldberg & John D. J. Havard, 
Organisation for Economic Co-Operation & Development , 
Paris, France, No. 22601, January 1968, 79 pp. 



DRUGS AND DRIVING, Carlos J. P. Perry & Alan L. 
Morgenstern; reprint The Journal of The American 
Medical Association , January 31, 1966, Vol. 195, No. 
pp. 376-379 



MEDICAL PROBLEMS AND PHYSICAL FITNESS AS RELATED TO 
OCCURRENCE OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, H. H. Mitchell, 
The Rand Corporation , Santa Monica, Calif., Contract 
No. FH-11-6698, prepared for National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Federal Highway Administration, Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C., Memorandum 
RM-5636-DOT, April 1968, 23 pp. 



LUST VAN GENEESMIDDELEN DIE AUTOMOBILISTEN, Z.G. 
VEILIGHEIDSPERSONEEL, PILOTEN ENZ. WEL OF NIET TIJDENS 
HUN WERK KUNNEN GEBRUIKEN (LIST OF DRUGS THAT CAR 
DRIVERS, SO-CALLED SAFETY PERSONNEL, PILOTS, ETC., 
CAN OR CANNOT USE DURING THEIR WORK), F. A. Nelemans, 
Gezondheidsorganlsatle T.N.O. , Afdeling Klinisch 
Geneesmiddelenonderzoek, Leidschendam, Netherlands, 
Van Gorcum & Comp. N. V., Assen, Netherlands, publisher, 
1966, 32 pp. 



THE COMBINED EFFECT OF ETHANOL AND OTHER DRUGS, 
Robert B. Forney, Indiana University , Medical Center, 
Indianapolis, Ind.; Proc. Symposium on the Prevention 
of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, pp. 70-77, 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



BEEINFLUSSUNC DES FAHRVERHALTENS DURCH EINEN MEDIUM- 
TRANQUILLIZER (THE INFLUENCE OF TRANQUILIZERS ON 
DRIVING BEHAVIOR), von B. Biehl and U. Seydel, 
Kuratorlums fur Verkehrsslcherhelt , Verkehrspsycholo- 
gischen Institut, Wien, Austria; reprint Munchener 
Medlzlnlsche Wochenschrlft , Vol. 109, No. 5, 1967, 
pp. 253-258 



EXPERIMENTAL-PSYCHOLOGISCHE PRUFUNG DER WLRKUNG EINES 
NEUEN CAMPHAN-DERIVATES (EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGICAL 
STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF A NEW CAMPHAN DERIVATIVE), 
Von D. v. Klebelsberg, Kuratorlums fur 
Verkehrsslcherhelt , Verkehrspsychologischen Institut, 
Wien, Austria; reprint Arzneimittel-Forschung, Vol. 
II, 24-27, 1961 



ZUR STRASSENFAHIGKEIT NACH INTRAVENOSEN KURZNARKOSEN 
(THE INFLUENCE OF SHORT-TERM INTRAVENOUS ANESTHESIA 
ON DRIVING BEHAVIOR), Von D. Klebelsberg, Kuratorlums 
fur Verkehrsslcherhelt , Verkehrspsychologischen 
Institut, Wien, Austria; and K. Steinbereithner , 
Universitat Wien, Institut fur Anaesthesiologie; 
reprint Wiener Klinische Wochenschrlft , Nr. 47, Seite 
840, 1963, 7 pp. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-1964, 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 



ZUR STRASSENFAHIGKEIT NACH INTRAVENOSEN KURZNARKOSEN 
(THE INFLUENCE OF SHORT-TERM INTRAVENOUS ANESTHESIA 
ON DRIVING BEHAVIOR), Von D. Klebelsberg, Kuratorlums 
fur Verkehrsslcherhelt, Verkehrspsychologischen 
Institut, Wien, Austria; and K. Steinbereithner, 
Universitat Wien , Institut fur Anaesthesiologie; 
reprint Wiener Klinische Wochenschrlft , Nr. 47, Seite 
840, 1963, 7 pp. 



CARBON MONOXIDE, ALCOHOL AND DRUGS IN FATAL AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS--DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA-- 1956- 1968, Joseph H. 
Davis, University of Miami School of Medicine , Miami, 
Fla., 12 pp. 



HUMAN ENGINEERING 

ANTHROPOMETRY AND HUMAN ENCINEERING--A SYMPOSIUM ON 
ANTHROPOMETRY, HUMAN ENGINEERING AND RELATED SUBJECTS, 
Advisory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development 
North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Scheveningen, 
Netherlands, May 3 & 4,' 1954, AGARDograph No. 5, 123 pp. 



BIOLOGICAL CONTROL SYSTEMS--A CRITICAL REVIEW AND 
EVALUATION—DEVELOPMENTS IN MANUAL CONTROL, Laurence R. 
Young & Lawrence Stark, Blosystems, Inc . , Cambridge, 
Mass., Contract No. NAS 2-1372, prepared for National 
Aeronautics & Space Administration, Washington, D. C, 
NASA Report No. CR-190, March 1965, 221 pp. 



MAN AND MOTOR CARS--AN ERGCNOMIC STUDY, Stephen Black , 
Seeker & Warburg Publisher, London, 1966, 373 pp. 



UNTERSUCHUNG UBER PSYCHISCHE WIRKUNGEN DES 
PHENYLPYRROLIDINOPENTANS (INVESTIGATIONS ON 
PSYCHOBIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF PHENYLPYRROLIDINOPENTANE) , 
Von H. Kallina & D. v. Klebelsberg, Kuratorlums fur 
Verkehrsslcherhelt , Verkehrspsychologischen Institut, 
Wien, Austria; reprint Arzneimittel-Forschung , Vol. 9, 
422-427, 1959 



AN ERGONOMIC STUDY OF THE ARRANGEMENT OF THE DRIVING 
POSITION IN MOTOR CARS, R. Rebiffe, Centre Technique 
Renault , Rueil-Malmaison, France; Ergonomics and Safety 
in Motor Car Design , Proceedings-Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 181, Part 3D, 1966-1967, 
pp. 43-50 



DRUGS AND DRIVING, Carlos J. P ; Perry & Alan L. 
Morgenstern ; reprint The Journal of The American 
Medical Association , January 31, 1966, Vol. 195, No. 5, 
pp. 376-379 



THE MEASURE OF MAN--HUMAN FACTORS IN DESIGN, Henry 
Dreyfuss , publisher Whitney Library of Design, 
New York, N. Y., 20 pp., 32 charts 



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A MODEL OF THE OPERATOR IN A MAN/MACHINE MOTOR VEHICLE 
LOOP, Harold L. Henderson, & Theodore Kole, Drivers 
Safety Service ; Paper Given at the Annual Meeting of the 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, Holloman 
Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 
1966, pp. 100-111 



THE EYELLIPSE AND CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DRIVER'S 
FORWARD FIELD OF VIEW, William A. Devlin, Ford Motor 
Company, Design Center, Dearborn, Mich.; Ronald W. Roe, 
General Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, 
SAE Report No. 680105, 31 pp. 



HANDBRAKE PULL MEASURING DEVICE, A. F. Williams, Ferodo 
Ltd. , Research Division, Stockport, England; reprint 
Automobile Engineer , March 1963, 1 p. 



BRAKING AND STEERING EFFORT CAPABILITIES OF DRIVERS, 
Dennis A. Eaton & Henry J. Dittmeier, II, Ford Motor 
Company , Auto. Safety Research, Dearborn, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 153-158; SAE Report No. 700363 



EFFECT OF BODY RESTRAINTS ON DRIVER REACH, John W. 
Chaffee, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 70-81; SAE Report No. 700359 



THE EYELLIPSE AND CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DRIVER'S 
FORWARD FIELD OF VIEW, William A. Devlin, Ford Motor 
Company , Design Center, Dearborn, Mich.; Ronald W. Roe, 
General Motors Corporation, Warren, Mich., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, 
SAE Report No. 680105, 31 pp. 



ANTHROPOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS, 
Howard W. Stoudt & Ross A. McFarland, Harvard School of 
Public Health , Boston, Mass.; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 57-69; SAE Report No. 700358 



ANTHROPOMETRY IN THE DESIGN OF THE DRIVER'S WORKSPACE, 
Ross A. McFarland, Albert Damon & Howard W. Stoudt, 
Harvard School of Public Health , Dept. of Ind. Hygiene, 



Boston, Mass. 
Anthropology , 



; reprint American Journal of Physical 
March 1958, Vol. 16, No. 1, 23 pp. 



BIO-TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF DRIVER SAFETY AND COMFORT, 
R. A. McFarland & R. G. Domey, Harvard School of Public 
Health , Boston, Mass., presented at Society of Automo- 
tive Engineers, Inc. Annual Meeting, Detroit, Jan. 16, 
1958; reprint SAE Transactions , Vol. 66, 1958, pp. 630- 
648 



ERGONOMICS AND MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY, Ross A. McFarland 
6. Roland C. Moore, Harvard School of Public Health , 
Boston, Mass.; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 133-152; SAE Report 
No. 700362 



METHODS FOR DETERMINING DRIVER REACH CAPABILITY, 
J. W. Chaffee, Ford Motor Company , Automotive Safety 
Research Office, Dearborn, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690105, 12 pp. 



HUMAN BODY SIZE AND PASSENGER VEHICLE DESIGN, Ross A. 
McFarland & Howard W. Stoudt, Harvard School of Public 
Health , Boston, Mass., Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Report No. SP-142A, 8 pp. 



A SENSITIVE MANIKIN FOR EVALUATING SEAT COMFORT, 
F. D. Cooper & L. Hall, Ford Motor Company, Ltd. , 
Body Engineering Research Department, Birmingham, 
England; Ergonomics and Safety in Motor Car Design , 
Proceedings--Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 181 
Part 3D, 1966-1967, pp. 1-8 



HUMAN ENGINEERING GUIDE FOR EQUIPMENT DESIGNERS, 
Wesley E. Woodson, General Dynamics/Astronautics , 
San Diego, Calif.; & Donald W. Conover, National 
Aeronautics & Space Administration, Manned Spacecraft 
Center, Houston, Texas, University of California Press, 
Berkeley/Los Angeles, Calif., 1966, 484pp. 



ANTHROPOMETRY, Peter Kyropoulos & Ronald W. Roe, 
General Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 45-51; SAE Report No. 700356 



THE APPLICATION OF ANTHROPOMETRY TO AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN, 
Ronald W. Roe & Peter Kyropoulos, General Motors Corp. , 
Styling Staff, Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Earthmoving Industry Conference, 
Central Illinois Section, Peoria, 111., April 14-15, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700553, 12 pp. 



HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING, Ross A. McFarland, Harvard 
School of Public Health. Boston, Mass., presented at 
Second Annual Conference of the American Society of 
Safety Engineers, October 28, 1963, Chicago; reprint 
A.S.S.E. Journal, Technical Section , February 1964, 
Vol. IX, No. 2, pp. 9-20 



HUMAN FACTORS IN VEHICLE DESIGN AND HIGHWAY SAFETY, 
Ross A. McFarland, Harvard School of Public Health , 
Boston, Mass.; Proceedings of the International 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine — Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 99-111 



HUMAN LIMITATIONS AND VEHICLE DESIGN, Ross A. McFarland, 
Harvard School of Public Health , Boston, Mass., 
presented at the Symposium on Human Factors in Road 
Transport of the Ergonomics Research Society, University 
of Bristol, April 16-19, 1956, 13 pp., 9 figs. 



MACHINE DESIGN AND HUMAN ENGINEERING, R. A. McFarland, 
Harvard School of Public Health , Boston, Mass.; reprint 
Modern Trends In Occupational Health , Butterworth & Co. 
(Publishers) Ltd., 1960, pp. 233-248 



THE ROLE OF HUMAN ENGINEERING IN HIGHWAY SAFETY, Ross 
A. McFarland, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, 
Mass.; reprint Human Factors in Technology , McGraw Hill 
Book Co., Inc., 1963, pp. 207-229 



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STATIC AND DYNAMIC MEASUREMENTS OF MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVERS, 
Howard W. Stoudt, Thomas J. Crowley, Ross A. McFarland, 
Anthony Ryan, Barry Gruber & Charlene Ray, Harvard 
School of Public Health , Guggenheim Center for 
Aerospace Health 6< Safety, Boston, Mass., 1970, 237 pp., 
PB 193 605 



VEHICLE HANDLING: FORCE CAPABILITIES FOR BRAKING AND 
STEERING, Howard W. Stoudt, Thomas J. Crowley, Barry 
Gruber & Ross A. McFarland, Harvard School of Public 
Health , Guggenheim Center for Aviation Health & Safety, 
Boston, Mass., Contract No. FH-11-6910, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, May 29, 1969, 26 pp., 
PB 184 264 



HUMAN FACTORS IN PANEL DESIGN, Eliot Stellar, Johns 
Hopkins University , Baltimore, Md.; reprint, Chapter 6, 
Human Factors In Undersea Warfare , National Research 
Council, 1949, pp. 153-175, AD 657 547 



CONTROLS FOR AUTOMOTIVE BRAKES, S. Konz, J. Daccarett, 
& B. Koe, Kansas State University , Manhattan, Kans., 
13 pp. 



ETUDE DES EFFETS DE L'OXYDE DE CARBONE ET DE 
LA NICOTINE CONTENUS, DANS LA FUME'e DE TABAC SUR 
L'EXECUTION D'UNE TACHE SIMULANT LA CONDUITE AUTOMOBILE 
(STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF CARBON MONOXIDE AND THE 
NICOTINE CONTAINED IN TOBACCO SMOKE ON THE EXECUTION OF 
A TASK SIMULATING AUTOMOBILE DRIVING), F. Hartemann & 
C. Tarriere, Regie Nationale des Uslnes Renault , 
Laboratoire de Physlologie et Biomecanique, Boulogne- 
Billancourt (Seine) France, prepared for Organlsme 
National de Se'curlte Routiere, Arcueil (Seine), France, 
Bulletin No. 14, August 1965, 27 pp. 



RIDE EVALUATION- -ART OR SCIENCE? D. Hodkin & B. D. A. 
Phillips, The Rootes Group; Advances in Automobile 
Engineering , Cranfield International Symposium Series-- 
Vol. 4, 1963, pp. 145-158, Macmlllan Company, New York, 
N. Y. 



APPLIED PI LOT -AIRCRAFT CONTROL THEORY, D. T. McRuer & 
I. L. Ashkenas, Systems Technology, Inc. , Hawthorne, 
Calif., presented to Advisory Group for Aerospace 
Research & Development, Symposium on the Human Operator 
& Aircraft & Missile Control, September 5, 6, 1966, 
Paris, France, 29 pp. 



HUMAN ENGINEERING DESIGN OF A COMBINED BRAKE- 
ACCELERATOR PEDAL, S. Konz, G. Kalra & B. Koe, Kansas 
State University , Dept. of Industrial Engineering, 
Manhattan, Kansas, presented at 9th Annual Symposium on 
Human Factors in Electronics, Washington, D. C., 
May 7, 1968, 34 pp. 



CLOSED-LOOP DIRECTIONAL CONTROL OF AUTOMOBILES, David 
H. Weir, Systems Technology, Inc. , Hawthorne, Calif., 
presented at IEEE Eighth Annual Symposium on Human 
Factors in Electronics, Cabana Motor Hotel, Palo Alto, 
Calif., May 3-5, 1967, Paper No. 62, 10 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL LOCATION, 
ACCESSIBILITY AND IDENTIFICATION, W. E. Woodson, 
D. W. Conover, G. E. Miller & P. H. Selby, Man Factors , 
Incorporated , San Diego, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-690? 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Report MFI 69-106, July 1969, 311 pp. 



A "CRITICAL" TRACKING TASK FOR MANUAL CONTROL RESEARCH, 
H. R. Jex, J. D. McDonnell & A. V. Phatak* Systems Tech- 
nology, Inc., Hawthorne, Calif.; reprint IEEE Trans- 
actions on Human Factors in Electronics , December 1966, 
Vol. HFE-7, No. 4, pp. 138-145 



STUDY OF REACH TO CAR CONTROLS WHILE RESTRAINED BY A LAP 
AND DIAGONAL BELT, C. M. Haslegrave, Motor Industry 
Research Association , Lindley, near Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England; Motor Industry Research Assn ., 
Bulletin No. 1, 1970, pp. 11-15 



DYNAMICS OF THE AUTOMOBILE RELATED TO DRIVER CONTROL, 
D. H. Weir, C. P. Shortwell & W. A. Johnson, Systems 
Technology, Inc. , Hawthorne, Calif., Contract No. CPR- 
11-2770, prepared for Bureau of Public Roads, Dept., 
of Commerce, Wash., D. C, Technical Report No. 157-1, 
July 1966, 124 pp. 



HUMAN ENGINEERING GUIDE FOR EQUIPMENT DESIGNERS, 
Wesley E. Woodson, General Dynamics/Astronautics, 
San Diego, Calif.; & Donald W. Conover, National 
Aeronautics & Space Administration , Manned Spacecraft 
Center, Houston, Texas, University of California Press, 
Berkeley/Los Angeles, Calif., 1966, 484pp. 



EFFECTS OF TASK VARIABLES ON PILOT MODELS FOR MANUALLY 
CONTROLLED VEHICLES, D. T. McRuer & H. R. Jex, Systems 
Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, Calif., presented to the 
Advisory Group for Aerospace Research & Development, 
Specialists' Meeting on Stability & Control, Cambridge, 
England, September 24, 1966, 48 pp. 



THE BRAKE PEDAL FORCE CAPABILITY OF ADULT FEMALES, 
Richard W. Radlinski & James I. Price, National Bureau 
of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C, NBS Technical Note 557, October 1970, 
23 pp. 



BASIC REFERENCES AND SOURCES OF INFORMATION IN HUMAN 
FACTORS ENGINEERING, George A. Peters & Frank S. Hall, 
North American Aviation, Inc. , Canoga Park, Calif., 
Report No. RH 3398A, November 1, 1963, 56 pp. 



THE ROLE OF CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING IN FREEWAY 
ACCIDENTS, Francis M. Pottenger, Jr .; Papers Given at 
the Annual Meeting of the American Association for 
Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, 
New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 26-30 



HUMAN PILOT DYNAMICS WITH VARIOUS MANIPULATORS, D, T. 
McRuer & R. E. Magdaleno, Systems Technology, Inc., 
Hawthorne, Calif., Contract AF 33(657)-10835 , BPS No. 5 
(6399-8219-62405364), prepared for Air Force Flight 
Dynamics Lab., Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
Technical Report AFFDL-TR-66-138, December 1966, 42 pp. 



MANUAL CONTROL OF SINGLE-LOOP SYSTEMS: PARTS I & II, 
Duane T. McRuer & Dunstan Graham, Systems Technology, 
Inc. , Hawthorne, Calif., & Ezra S. Krendel, University 
of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Statistics & Operations 
Research, Philadelphia, Pa.; reprint Journal of The 
Franklin Institute , January & February, 1967, Vol. 283, 
Nos. 1 & 2, 29 pp. 



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MODEL OF HUMAN OPERATOR RESPONSE TO STEP TRANSITIONS 
IN CONTROLLED ELEMENT DYNAMICS, D. H. Weir 6. A. V. 
Phatak, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, Calif., 
Contract No. NAS 2-1868-4, prepared for Ames Research 
Center, National Aeronautics 6. Administration, Wash., 
D. C, NASA Report No. CR-671, January 1967, 33 pp. 



HUMAN STRENGTH: TERMINOLOGY, MEASLTIEMENT , AND 
INTERPRETATION OF DATA, K. H. Eberhard Kroemer, 
U. S. Air Force . Aerospace Medical Div., Aerospace 
Medical Research Lab., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, Report No. AMRL-TR-69-9, May 1970, 26 pp. 



A THEORY FOR DRIVER STEERING CONTROL OF MOTOR VEHICLES, 
David H. Weir & Duane T. McRuer, Systems Technology, 
Inc. , Hawthorne, California, presented at the 47th 
Annual Meeting, Highway Research Board, January 1968, 
Paper No. 65, 68 pp. 



SOME CONTRIBUTIONS OF APPLIED PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY TO 
HUMAN ENGINEERING, H. T. E. Hertzberg, U. S. Air Force , 
Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Anthropology Branch, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio; reprint Annals 
of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 63, Article 4, 
November 28, 1955, pp. 616-629 



COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF AIRCRAFT SEATING ACCOMMO- 
DATION, R. F. Slechta, E. A. Wade, W. K. Carter & 
J. Forrest, Tufts University , Sociology Department, 
Bio-Mechanics Laboratory, Medford, Mass., Contract 
No. AF 33(616)-3068, prepared for U. S. Air Force, 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, WADC Technical 
Report 57-136, April 1957, 112 pp., AD 118 097 



HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING DESIGN STANDARD FOR WHEELED 
VEHICLES, Robert F. Chaillet & Alfreda R. Honigfeld, 
U. S. Army , Human Engineering Labs., Aberdeen Proving 
Ground, Md., HEL Standard S-6-66, September 1966, 
172 pp., AD 646 681 



FORCED-CHOICE RANKING AS A METHOD FOR EVALUATING 
PSYCHO- PHYSIOLOGICAL FEELINGS--ONE OF A SERIES OF 
REPORTS PERTAINING TO THE EVALUATION OF MAN'S MINIMUM 
LIFE-SPACE REQUIREMENTS, Patricia S. Allen, Edward M. 
Bennett & Dorothy K. Kemler, Tufts University, 
Department of Sociology, Bio-Mechanics Laboratory, 
Medford, Mass., Contract No. AF 33(616)-3068, prepared 
for U. S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, WADC Technical Report 58-310, December 1959, 
123 pp., AD 240 082 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS ISSUED BY THE BEHAVIORAL 
SCIENCES LABORATORY: ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY, TRAINING 
PSYCHOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS, SIMULATION 
TECHNIQUES, & PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, Sandra A. 
Stevenson & Lavon E. Trygg, U. S. Air Force , Aerospace 
Medical Research Labs., Aerospace Medical Div., 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, June 1966, 140 
pp. 



AN ANALYSIS OF THE REDUCTION IN REACTION TIME AND OF 
THE EFFECT OF SEAT TILT IN A SINGLE-PEDAL AUTOMOTIVE 
SYSTEM, John Patrick Thomas Sullivan, U. S. Navy , 



Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif. 
1970, 74 pp., AD 715 551 



September, 



COCKPIT STUDIES - THE BOUNDARIES OF THE MAXIMUM AREA 
FOR THE OPERATION OF MANUAL CONTROLS, Barry G. King, 
Dorothy J. Morrow, & Erwin P. Vollmer, U. S. Navy , 
Naval Medical Research Institute, National Naval 
Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland, Project X-651, 
Report No. 3, July 15, 1947, 40 pp. 



ANTHROPOMETRY AND VEHICLE CONSTRUCTION--A BRIEF SURVEY, 
E. Flala, University of Berlin , Institute for Motor 
Vehicles, Berlin, Germany; 1970 International Automotive 
Safety Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive 
Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 52-56, 
SAE Report No. 700357 



1966 SUPPLEMENT TO A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS ISSUED BY 
THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES LABORATORY: ENGINEERING 
PSYCHOLOGY, TRAINING PSYCHOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS, 
SIMULATION TECHNIQUES, & PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 
Sandra A. Stevenson & Ruth A. Johnson U. S. Air Force, 
Aerospace Medical Research Labs., Aerospace Medical 
Div., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, April 
1967, 14 pp. 



FOOT OPERATION OF CONTROLS: SPEED OF ACTIVATION AND 
EXERTION OF FORCE TO PEDALS; PERCEPTION, SPEED AND 
ACCURACY OF LEG AND FOOT MOTIONS, K. H. E. Kroemer, 
y. S. Air Force , Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, 
Aerospace Medical Division, Wright-Patterson Air Force 
Base, Ohio, Report No. AMRL-TR-69-57, February 1970, 
33 pp., AD 707 142 



CARBON MONOXIDE, ALCOHOL AND DRUGS IN FATAL AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS--DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA--1956-1968, Joseph H. 
Davis, University of Miami School of Medicine , Miami, 
Fla., 12 pp. 



BRAKE FORCE REQUIREMENT STUDY: DRIVER-VEHICLE BRAKING 
PERFORMANCE AS A FUNCTION OF BRAKE SYSTEM DESIGN 
VARIABLES, R. G. Mortimer, L. Segel, H. Dugoff, 
J. D. Campbell, CM. Jorgeson 6. R. W. Murphy, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6952, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
HSRI Report No. HuF-6, April 10, 1970, 200 pp; HSRI 
Report No. HuF-6a, April 10, 1970, 22 pp. 



HUMAN MECHANICS, FOUR MONOGRAPHS ABRIDGED: CENTER 
OF GRAVITY OF THE HUMAN BODY, W. Braune & 0. Fischer; 
THEORETICAL FUNDAMENTALS FOR A MECHANICS OF LIVING 
BODIES, 0. Fischer; THE HUMAN MOTOR, J. Araar; & 
SPACE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SEATED OPERATOR, W. T. 
Dempster; compiled by Wilton Marion Krograan & Francis 
E. Johnston, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pa., for U. S. Air Force , 6570th Aerospace Medical 
Research Labs., Aerospace Medical Div., Behavioral 
Sciences Lab., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
under Contract No. AF 33(616)-8091, Report No. 
AMRL-TDR-63-123, December 1963, 366 pp., AD 600 618 



DRIVER BRAKING PERFORMANCE AS A FUNCTION OF PEDAL-FORCE 
AND PEDAL-DISPLACEMENT LEVELS, Leonard Segel & 
Rudolf Mortimer, University of Michigan , Highway 
Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 159-178; SAE Report No. 700364 



RIDING COMFORT AND CUSHIONS, W. E. Lay & L. C. Fisher, 
University of Michigan . Ann Arbor, Mich.; Society of 
Automotive Engineers Journal (Transactions) , Vol. 47, 
No. 5, November 1940, pp. 482-496 



SPACE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SEATED OPERATOR— GEOMETRICAL, 
KINEMATIC, AND MECHANICAL ASPECTS OF THE BODY WITH 
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE LIMBS, Wilfred Taylor 
Dempster, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., 
Contract No. AF 18(600)-43, prepared for U.S. Air 
Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, WADC 
Technical Report 55-159, July 1955, 254 pp., AD 87 892 



MANUAL CONTROL OF SINGLE-LOOP SYSTEMS: PARTS I & II, 
Duane T. McRuer & Dunstan Graham, Systems Technology, 
Inc., Hawthorne, Calif., & Ezra S. Krendel, University 
of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Statistics & Operations. 
Research, Philadelphia, Pa.; reprint Journal of The 
Franklin Institute, January & February, 1967, Vol. '283, 
Nos. 1 & 2, 29 pp. 



IMPROVEMENT OF HANDLING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE VEHICLE 
AS A MAN-MACHINE SYSTEM, Osamu Hirao, Elichi Kikuchi 
& Naoyuki Yamada, University of Tokyo , Institute of 
Industrial Science, Tokyo, Japan, Report of the 
Institute of Industrial Science, Vol. 17, No. 7 
(Serial No. 114), May 1967, 18 pp.; NASA Report No. 
N67-35176 



DISSEMINATION OF AEROSPACE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TO 
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS- - 
FINAL REPORT, January 1-April 1, 1968, H. Stlllwell, 
Wayne State University, Center for Application of 
Science & Technology, Detroit, Mich., April 1968, 
92 pp. 



THE CALIFORNIA MOTORCYCLE STUDY, DRIVER AND ACCIDENT 
CHARACTERISTICS, Richard M. Harano & Raymond C. Peck, 
California State Department of Motor Vehicles , 
Sacramento, Calif., prepared for Department of 
Transportation, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C, Research Report 26, May 1968, 37 pp. 



HUMAN SENSITIVITY TO MOTION AS A DESIGN CRITERION FOR 
HIGHWAY CURVES, William A. McConnell, Ford Motor 
Company , Vehicles Testing Office, Dearborn, Mich.; 
Highway Research Board Bulletin 149 , 1957, pp. 34-56 



A CONTROLLED INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF 
ADULT PEDESTRIANS FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR VEHICLES IN 
MANHATTAN, William Haddon, Jr ., Preston Valien, James R. 
McCarroll & Charles J. Umberger, ' reprint J. Chron. Pis. , 
December 1961, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 655-678 



THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, Ross A. 
McFarland, Harvard School of Public Health , Boston, 
Mass.; reprint The Journal of The American Medical 
Association, April 28, 1962, Vol. 180, pp. 289-300 



AN EVALUATION OF CURRENT TRENDS AND PREVENTIVE 
MEASURES IN THE FIELD OF ACCIDENTAL INJURIES AND 
DEATHS, Ross A. McFarland, Harvard School of Public 
Health, Boston, Mass., December 15, 1966, 5 pp. 



BIQASTRONAUTICS DATA BOOK, Paul Webb, Editor, Webb 
Associates , Yellow Springs, Ohio, prepared for 
National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Scientific 
& Technical Information Division, Washington, D. C, 
NASA SP-3006, 1964, 400 pp. 



HUMAN FACTORS IN HIGHWAY SAFETY, Ross A. McFarland 6> 
Roland C. Moore, Harvard School of Public Health , 
Boston, Mass.; reprint New England Journal of Medicine , 
Vol. 256, April 25, May 2 & 9, 1957, pp. 792-799, 837- 
845, 890-897 



ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF APPLIED PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 
IN HUMAN ENGINEERING, Robert Hansen &■ Douglas Y. Cornog, 
H. L. Yoh Company , Philadelphia, Pa., Contract No. AF 
33(616) 2353, prepared for U. S. Air Force, Aero Medical 
Lab., Wright Air Development Center, Air Research & 
Development Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, WADC Tech. Report 56-30, May 1958, 298 pp., AST1A 
Document No. AD-155622 



HUMAN FACTORS- -MISCELLANEOUS 



HUMAN FACTORS IN HIGHWAY TRANSPORT SAFETY, Ross A. 
McFarland & Alfred L. Moseley, Harvard School of Public 
Health, Boston, Mass., 1954, 295 pp. 



SIGNIFICANT TRENDS IN HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH ON MOTOR 
VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, Ross A. McFarland, Harvard University , 
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 1-17, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



HUMAN FACTORS AND ROAD ACCIDENTS, John P. Bull, 
Birmingham Accident Hospital , Road Injuries Research 
Group; ■ Proceedings of the Conference on Vehicle Crash & 
Injury Prevention, July 11 £< 12, 1966, pp. 113-117, 
Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, Ltd., 
London, England 



VEHICLE-IN-USE SYSTEM SAFETY ANALYSIS-SAFETY ANALYSIS 
OF VISIBILITY AND HUMAN IMPAIRMENT, VOLUME IV, 
Booz-Allen Applied Research, Incorporated , Bethesda, 
Md., Contract No. FH-11-7316, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, September 1970, 186 pp. 



VARIABLES IN AUTOMOBILE DEATH CASES, Alfred L. Moseley, 
Harvard University , Medical School, Boston, Mass.; 
reprint Aspects Techniques de la Securite Routlere , 
September 1964, pp. 2.1-2.25 



VARIETIES OF AUTOMOBILE DEATH, Alfred L. Moseley, 
Harvard University , Department of Legal Medicine, 
Research on Fatal Highway Collisions, Boston, Mass.; 
the Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 94-104, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



HUMAN FACTORS IN DRIVER RESEARCH, Dennis J. Sullivan & 
David Meister, Bunker-Ramo Corporation; Pre-Crash Factors 
in Traffic Safety , 12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 
1968, pp. 9-37, American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



MOTOR-CYCLE ACCIDENTS AMONG ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG 
ADULTS SPECIALLY CONSIDERED FROM THE STANDPOINT OF 
THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL AND INTERNAL DISEASES, 
D. Leopold , Leipzig, Germany; Proceedings of the 
International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine.- -Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 268-269 



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A CONTROLLED INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF 
ADULT PEDESTRIANS FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR VEHICLES IN 
MANHATTAN, William Haddon Jr., Preston Valien, James R. 
McCarroll & Charles J. Umberger, reprint J. Chron. Pis. 
December 1961, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 655-678 



TELEMETRY IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, Robert H. F-,denz, 
University of Southern California , School of Medicine, 
Pasadena, Calif.; Impact Injury and Crash Protection , 
publisher Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, 111., 1970, 
pp. 145-156 



HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH IN MOTOR VEHICLE OCCUPANT 
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS, P. J. Brown, National Bureau of 
Standards , Washington, D. C.; IEEE Transactions on 
Man-Machine Systems, Vol. MMS-9, No. 3, September 1968, 
pp. 88-89 



A CONTROLLED INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF 
ADULT PEDESTRIANS FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR VEHICLES IN 
MANHATTAN, William Haddon, Jr., Preston Valien , James R. 
McCarroll & Charles J. Umberger, reprint J. Chron. Pis. , 
December 1961, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 655-678 



A CONTROLLED STUPY OF FATAL AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS IN 
NEW YORK CITY, James R. McCarroll & William Haddon, Jr., 
New York State Department of Health , Albany, N. Y.; 
reprint J. Chron. Pis ., Vol. 15, pp. 811-826 



IMPLANTEP MONITORS, John E. Adams, University of 
California, San Francisco Medical Center, Pivision 
of Neurological Surgery, San Francisco, Calif.; & 
Carter C. Collins, Presbyterian Medical Center , Institute 
of Medical Sciences, San Francisco, Calif.; Impact 
Injury and Crash Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 180-185 



MEPICAL IMPAIRMENT AND DRIVING 

MEDICAL ASPECTS OF DRIVER LIMITATION, Committee on 
Medical Aspects of Automotive Safety, American Medical 
Association ; reprint The Journal of The American Medical 
Association , February 1, 1964, Vol. 187, p. 376 



MEPICAL GUIPE FOR PHYSICIANS IN PETERMINING FITNESS TO 
PRIVE A MOTOR VEHICLE, Committee on Medical Aspects of 
Automobile Injuries & Peaths, American Medical Associa - 
tion; reprint Journal of the American Medical Associa - 
tion, March 14, 1959, Vol. 169, pages 1195-1207 



THE PROGRAMMING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF EFFECTIVE PRIVER 
RESEARCH ANP RELATED COUNTER MEASURES IN PEVELOPING 
COUNTRIES, Allan Katz, Technlon Research fx Pevelopment 
Foundation , Road Safety Center, Haifa, Israel; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 28-37, SAE Report No. 700354 



THE PYSC0NTR0L SYNPR0ME: A LOOK AT AUTO ACCIPENTS AS 
A MEDICAL DISEASE, Vernon H. Mark, William Sweet 6. 
Frank Ervin, Boston City Hospital , Boston, Mass.; 
Proceedings of the Fourteenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 17-18, 1970, pp. 397-398, Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-1964, 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 



A CONTROLLER INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF 
ADULT PEOESTRIANS FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR VEHICLES IN 
MANHATTAN, William Haddon, Jr., Preston Valien, James R. 
McCarroll & Charles J. Umberger , reprint J. Chron. Pis. , 
December 1961, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 655-678 



MEPICAL STUDY OF FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIPENTS IN THE 
UNITEP STATES ARMY, EUROPE, U. S. Army , Europe, April 30, 
1968, 33 pp., AP 691 358 



PREVENTIVE MEPICINE: CALIFORNIA'S PRIVER IMPROVEMENT 
PROGRAM, E. Keith Ball, California Pepartment of Motor 
Vehicles , Pivision of Drivers' Licenses, Sacramento, 
Calif.; Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 12th 
Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 203-222, 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, 
Calif. 



THE CONTRIBUTION OF MEPICAL IMPAIRMENT TO TRAFFIC 
ACCIPENTS, Julian A. Waller, California Pepartment of 
Public Health , Bureau of Chronic Piseases; Proc. 
Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, April 
19-21, 1967, pp. 150-156, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



A PARTIAL REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE ON PHYSIOLOGICAL 
DISORDERS RESULTING FROM THE OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES, 
John W. Lewis, U . S . Army , Human Engineering Labs., 
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md . , Technical Memorandum 17-62, 
August 1962, 18 pp. 



IMPLANTED MONITORS, John E. Adams, University of 
California , San Francisco Medical Center, Division 
of Neurological Surgery, San Francisco, Calif.; & 
Carter C. Collins, Presbyterian Medical Center, Institute 
of Medical Sciences, San Francisco, Calif.; Tmparr 
Injury and Crash Protection , publisher Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111., 1970, pp. 180-185 



SYNOPSIS OF ANATOMY ANP MEPICAL TERMINOLOGY, Ponald F. 
Huelke, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., 
Society of Automotive Engineers Report No. 700195, 
January 1970, 11 pp. 



GUIDE FOR THE IDENTIFICATION, EVALUATION AND REGULATION 
OF PERSONS WITH MEDICAL HANDICAPS TO DRIVING, Julian 
A. Waller, California Dept. of Public Health, Bureau of 
Chronic Diseases, 1967, 36 pp. 



LEAD INTOXICATION IN AUTOMOTIVE SPORTS, Michael A. 
Polacek & Daniel P. Collins , Milwaukee, Wis.; Pre-Crash 
Factors in Traffic Safety, 12th Annual Symposium, 
October 17-18, 1968, pp. 181-191, American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



CHARACTERISTICS OF FATALLY INJURED DRIVERS, Susan P. 
Baker, Johns Hopkins University , School of Hygiene and 
Public Health, Baltimore, Md . , Contract No. FH 11-7092, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, February 1970, 63 pp., 
PB 190 415 



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PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS AND ROAD SAFETY, L. G. Norman, 
London Transport Board , London, England; Proceedings of 
the International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine --Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 139-149 



THE SLEEPY DRIVER, Robert E. Yoss, Mayo Clinic , Section 
of Neurology, Rochester, Minn.; Paper presented at the 
Meeting of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Rochester, Minn., October 22 6. 23, 1965, 
pp. 25-30 



A TEST TO MEASURE ABILITY TO MAINTAIN ALERTNESS AND 
ITS APPLICATION IN ASSESSING THE AUTOMOBILE DRIVER, 
Robert E. Yoss, Mayo Clinic , Section of Neurology, 
Rochester, Minn.; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual 
Conference of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, October 16 6. 17, 1969, pp. 269-292, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY: THE DRIVER, J. Wadsworth, 
National Research Council of Canada , Ottawa, Canada, 
Technical Note No. 2, May 1966, 34 pp., 5 figs. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-1964, 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXAMINING PHYSICIAN TO DETERMINE 
PHYSICAL FITNESS OF DRIVERS ENGAGED IN INTERSTATE OR 
FOREIGN COMMERCE, U. S. . Department of Transportation 
Federal Highway Administration, Bureau of Motor 
Carrier Safety, Washington, D. C, April 1970, 13 pp. 



THE SAFE VEHICLE OPERATOR (HIGHWAY), Robert Brenner, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C.; Proceedings of the 
First Department of Transportation Intra-Departmenta 1 
Safety Seminar, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, January 1969, pp. 165-194 



THE RISKS FOR HEALTHY AND FOR SOMATICALLY DISEASED 
PERSONS TO TAKE PART IN ROAD TRAFFIC AND, VICE VERSA, 
THE RISKS TO THE TRAFFIC BY THE PARTICIPATION OF 
DISEASED PERSONS — PROPHYLACTIC MEASURES, Hermann 
Hoffmann, University Clinic of Medicine , Bonn-Venusberg 
West Germany; Proceedings of the International 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine — Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 125-138 



LEAD INTOXICATION IN AUTOMOTIVE SPORTS, Michael A. 
Polacek & Daniel P. Collins, Milwaukee, Wis.; Pre-Crash 
Factors in Traffic Safety , 12th Annual Symposium, 
October 17-18, 1968, pp. 181-191, American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



HAZARDS, MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF EPISODIC 
UNCONSCIOUSNESS RESULTING FROM TRAUMA, Kenneth R. 
Magee, University of Michigan , Medical School, Dept. 
of Neurology, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Sixth Stapp Car Crash & Field Demonstration Conference, 
November 7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 59-67, University 
Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



MEDICAL PROBLEMS AND PHYSICAL FITNESS AS RELATED TO 
OCCURRENCE OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, H. H. Mitchell, 
The Rand Corporation , Santa Monica, Calif., Contract 
No. FH-11-6698, prepared for National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Federal Highway Administration, Department 
of Transportation, Washington, 0. C, Memorandum 
RM-5636-DOT, April 1968, 23 pp. 



PSYCHOTECHNICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL, NEUROLOGICAL AND 
PSYCHIATRICAL INVESTIGATIONS AND THUS MOTIVATED 
PREVENTIVE AND PROHIBITIVE MEASURES, Luciano Zanaldi, 
University of Padova , Department of Forensic Medicine, 
Padova, Italy; Proceedings of the International 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine--Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 150-157 



MEDICAL FACTORS AND ROAD ACCIDENTS, E. Grattan & 
G. 0. Jeffcoate, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry 
of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report 
No. LR 143, 1967, 18 pp. 



THE EFFECT OF DISEASES AND DISABILITIES ON TRAFFIC 
SAFETY, Birger Herner, Varberg County Hospital , 
Department of Medicine, Varberg, Sweden; Proceedings 
of the International Association for Accident & 
Traffic Medicine--Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, 
August 9-12, 1966, pp. 112-124 



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4 -TIRES & WHEELS 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORTS 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT - -BRAKE , TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 AMERICAN REBEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Davton T. Brown. 
Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681907 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., PB i86 607 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT — BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 BUICK SPORT WAGON IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681924 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., PB 187 417 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 BUICK WILDCAT IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown , 
Inc . , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681902 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 187 370 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Incorporated , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., 
N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681913 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 64 pp., 
PB 187 386 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 CHEVELLE NOMAD IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown, 
Incorporated, Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., 
N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681904 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 187 418 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT- -BRAKE , TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Incorporated , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., 
N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. 
TR-681903 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 187 346 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T . 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National Highway Safety 
Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, 
D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681917 Revision A, 
January 29, 1969, 67 pp., PB 186 600 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 DODGE POLARA IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown , 
Inc., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681915 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., PB 186 597 

COMPLIANCE TEST REP0RT--BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 FORD MUSTANG IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown 
Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., Contract No. 
FH-11-6871, prepared for National Highway Safety Bureau, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
DTB Test Report No. TR-681908 Revision A. January 29, 
1969, 66 pp., PB 186 602 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, In c., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681906 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 186 598 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT--BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 MERCURY COLONY PARK IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y. , 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681914 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 186 603 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 MERCURY CYCLONE IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681905 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., 
PB 186 599 

COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 0LDSM0BILE CUTLASS IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T . 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681923 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., PB 187 383 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT--BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 OLDSMOBILE F-85 IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681911 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 64 pp., 
PB 187 384 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 C0RVAIR M0NZA IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown , 
Inc., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681918 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 187 413 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 OLDSMOBILE T0R0NAD0 IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681912 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 68 pp., 
PB 187 385 



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COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AKJ RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Day.~n T. 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681910 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 65 pp., 
PB 186 604 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T . 
Brown, Inc., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportatiot 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681920 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 186 605 



COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT- -BRAKE , TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PLYMOUTH SUBURBAN IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. 
TR-681919 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 186 606 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT — BRAKE, TIKE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PONTIAC EXECUTIVE IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc. , Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681901 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 187 345 

COMPLIANCE TEST RE PORT --BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110 Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. 
Brown, Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report 
No. TR-681916 Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., 
PB 186 601 



ON THE STANDING WAVE IN THE RADIAL TIRE, Takashi 
Akasaka & Yoshihlro Sakai, Chuo University , Faculty 
of Science & Engineering, Department of Precision 
Mechanics, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo; Journal of Research of 
Faculty of Science & Engineering , Vol. 12, 1969, pp. 
70 



55- 



RADIAL PLY, RIGID BREAKER TIRES, V. E. Gough, F. B. 
Jones & W. S. Udall, Dun lop Rubber Co., Ltd ., 
Birmingham, England, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers International Automotive Engineer- 
ing Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 1965, 
SAE Report No. 990A, 11 pp. 



TAKE THE BUS OUT OF TIRES? Arturo Chiesa, Pirelli 
S.p.A., Italy; V. E. Gough, F. B. Jones & W. S. Udall, 
Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd ., Birmingham, England; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 73, No. 5, 
May 1965, pp. 32-39 



THE0RIE UND BERECHNUNG DER STATISCHEN _KRAFTE UND DER 
QUERSCHNITTSFORM VON KREUZLAGEN-UND GURTELREIFEN 
(THEORY AND CALCULATION OF STATIC FORCES AND CROSS 
SECTION FORMS OF BIAS LAYERED AND RADIAL LAYERED 
TIRES), F. Frank, Dunlop AG . , Hanau, Germany, presented 
at the Rubber Conference of the KDG , Berlin, Germany, 
May 15-17, 1968; translated by National Bureau of 
Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire 
Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 75 pp. 



FACTORS AFFECTING PASSENGER TIRE TRACTION ON THE WET 
ROAD, J. D. Kelley, Jr., Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680138, 13 pp. 



RADIAL TYRES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON POLYMER USAGE, 
L. R. Mernagh, Firestone Tyre & Rubber Co., Ltd. , 
3 pp. 



APPLICATION OF RADIAL TIRES FOR AMERICAN CARS, 
J. L. Martin, Ford Motor Company, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, Illinois, May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 
670472, 11 pp.. 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—BRAKE, TIRE AND RIM COMPLIANCE 
TEST ON ONE (1) 1968 RAMBLER ROGUE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 
MVSS 105 AND MVSS 110, Edward S. Dale, Dayton T. Brown , 
Inc ., Testing Labs. Div., Bohemia, L. I., N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6871, prepared for the National 
Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation 
Washington, D. C, DTB Test Report No. TR-681922 
Revision A, January 29, 1969, 66 pp., PB 187 344 



COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT—VEHICLE TEST REPORT FMVSS 110 
1968 BUICK RIVIERA, Dlgltek Corporation , Marina del Rey, 
Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6866, prepared for the 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, 41 pp., PB 187 504 



RADIAL TIRES 



MECHANIK DES GURTELREIFENS (MECHANICS OF THE BELT- 
TIRE), F. Boehm; reprint Ingenleur-Archiv , Vol. 35, 
No. 2, 1966, pp. 



U. reprint Ingenleur-Archiv , Vol. 
82-101 



SECTION DYNAMICS AND OSCILLATIONS--ROLL-BULGE 
FORMATION ON THE BELT -TIRE, F. Bohm , presented at a 
meeting in Darmstadt, Germany 1966, 7 pp. 



BIAS ANGLE VERSUS RADIAL PLY VERSUS BIAS BELTED TIRES-- 
MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION COMPARISONS, Kenneth R. 
Alexander, B. F. Goodrich Tire Co ., Brecksville, Ohio, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680386, 5 pp. 



DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION CONSIDERATIONS OF RADIAL PASS- 
ENGER CAR TIRES, F. E. Buddenhagen, B. F. Goodrich Tire 
Company , presented at the Society of Automotive Engi- 
neers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 15-19, 
1967, SAE Report No. 670470, 5 pp. 



PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF LOW ASPECT RADIAL TIRES, 
R. L. Carr, B. F. Goodrich Tire Co ., Brecksville, 
Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 
690107, 5 pp. 



POLYESTER AND BELTED TIRE ROAD TEST EVALUATION, 
VOLUME I, James E. Dobbins, Nevada Automotive Test 
Center, Carson City, Nev., Contract No. FH-11-7435, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
Washington, D. C, November 1970, 75 pp. 



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POLYESTER AND BELTED TIRE ROAD TEST EVALUATIONS, 
VOLUME II, James E. Dobbins, Nevada Automotive Test 
Center, Carson City, Nev., Contract No. FH-11-7435, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
Washington, D. C, November 1970, 104 pp. 



HIGH PERFORMANCE TIRES, Ron Wakefield ; Road and Track , 
Vol. 21, No. 1, September 1969, pp. 61-76 



RADIAL-PLY TIRES, Ron Wakefield ; reprint Road & Track, 
April 1966, pp. 27-30 



RADIAL TYRES: THE CUSTOMERS' AND MANUFACTURERS' POINTS 
OF VIEW, G. F. Giancola. Pirelli S.p.A., Italy; reprint 
Institution of the Rubber Industry Proc , Vol. 13, 
December 1966, pp. P261-P270 



TAKE THE BIAS OUT OF TIRES? Arturo Chiesa, Pirelli 
S.p.A. , Italy; V. E. Gough, F. B. Jones & W. S. Udall, 
Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Birmingham, England; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 73, No. 5, 
May 1965, pp. 32-39 



TRANSMISSION OF TYRE VIBRATIONS, A. Chiesa, L. Oberto 
& L. Tamburini, Pirelli S.p.A , Rubber Labs., Milan, 
Italy; Automobile Engineer , Vol. 54, No. 13, December 
1964, pp. 520-530 



VIBRATIONAL PERFORMANCE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TIRES WITH 
CROSS-BIASSED PLIES AND RADIAL PLIES, Arturo Chiesa, 
Pirelli S .p.A. , Rubber Labs., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 
1965, SAE Report No. 990B, 12 pp. 



RETREADED AND REGROOVED TIRES 

REVIEW OF POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR REBUILDING USED 
MOTOR VEHICLE TIRES, BY- SELECTED CIVIL AGENCIES--REPORT 
TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, Comptroller 
General of the United States . Washington, D. C, July 
1967, 40 pp. 



TIRE, PNEUMATIC: RETREADED AND REPAIRED, Federal Speci- 
fication ZZ-T-00441c, General Services Administration , 
Washington, D. C, December 31, 1969, 39 pp. 



TIRE REBUILDING AND TIRE AND TUBE REPAIR MATERIALS, 
Federal Specification ZZ-T-416d, General Services 
Administration, Washington, D. C., October 27, 1967, 
27 pp. 



RECAPPING AND REPAIR OF TRUCK TIRES, C. W. Adams, 
B. F. Goodrich Tire Company , Retread & Repair Material 
Devel6pment, Brecksville, Ohio; Truck Tire Trends , 
Society of Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 1963, pp. 19-2 



BRAKING FORCE COEFFICIENTS OBTAINED WITH A SAMPLE OF 
CURRENTLY AVAILABLE RADIAL PLY AND CROSSED PLY CAR 
TYRES, J. K. Meades, Road Research Lab ., Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 73, 1967, 17 pp. 

THE EFFECT OF TYRE CONSTRUCTION ON BRAKING FORCE 
COEFFICIENTS, J. K. Meades, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
Report No. LR 224, 1969, 14 pp. 



RADIALE SCHWINGUNGEN VON GURTEL-RADIALREIFEN (RADIAL 
VIBRATION OF RADIALLY BELTED TIRES), E. Fiala & 
H. P. Willumeit, Technischen Universltat , Berlin, 
Germany; ATZ-Automobiltechnische Zeltschrift , Vol. 68, 
No. 2, February 1966, pp. 33-38 



BUS TIRE SKID TEST, National Association of Motor Bus 
Owners , Raleigh, N. C, January 1960, 25 pp. 



BUS TIRE SKID TEST, National Association of Motor Bus 
Owners , Baltimore, Md., June 1960, 27 pp. 



REGROOVED PNEUMATIC TIRE WITH REMOVABLE INSERTS, 
F. Cecil Brenner, National Bureau of Standards , 
Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems 
Section, Washington, D. C, Technical Note 536, 
June 1970, pp. 6-7 

RETREAD SHOP OPERATING MANUAL, National Tire Dealers & 
Retreaders Association, Inc. , Washington, D. C, 1967, 
92 pp. 



PHILOSOPHY OF RADIAL PLY TIRES, Edward H. Wallace & 
William J. Milllgan, U. S. Rubber Co .; reprint Rubber 
World , Vol. 152, No. 6, September 1965, pp. 73-75 



RETREADING CAR, TRUCK, AND BUS TYRES, New Zealand 
Standard Specification 2219: 1968, New Zealand 
Standards Institute , Wellington, New Zealand, April 
1968, 16 pp. 



THE UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RADIAL WIRE TIRE, 
H. B. Hinden, U. S. Rubber Co ., Detroit, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Congress & Exposition of Automotive 
Engineering, Cobo Hall, Detroit, Mich., January 9-13, 
1961, SAE Report No. 278A, 7 pp., & 7 figs. 



RETREADING INDUSTRY ACTION COMMITTEE—RETREADING 
SPECIFICATIONS, Retreading Industry Action Committee , 
Engineering Committee, Washington, D. C., November 1, 
1968, 17 pp. 



MANUFACTURING COMPARISONS—BIAS ANGLE, BIAS BELTED, 
AND RADIAL PLY TIRES, A. J. Saulino, U. S. Rubber 
Tire Co ., Div. of UNIR0YAL, Inc., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 1968, SAE Report No. 
680387, 4 pp. 



REPORT OF TIRE WEAR TEST--RETREADS VS ORIGINAL 
EQUIPMENT NEW TIRES, Retreading Research Associates , 
Inc ., McLean, Va., 1967, 5 pp., 2 figs. 



PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS—RADIAL PLY TIRES, W. K. 
Klamp and W. J. Milligan, U. S. Rubber Tire Company , 
Division of UNIR0YAL, Inc., presented at Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111. 
May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670471, 10 pp. 



COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON RETREADED TIRES- 
PASSENGER CARS, MULTIPURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLES, 
TRUCKS, TRAILERS, BUSES AND MOTORCYCLES (23 CFR Part 
255, Docket No. 1-8, Notice No. 67-5), Rubber 
Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., 
November 8, 1968, 2 pp. 



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RMA RECOMMENDED MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR RETREADED AND 
REPAIRED TIRES FOR PASSENGER CARS, MULTIPURPOSE 
PASSENGER VEHICLES, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, BUSES AND 
MOTORCYCLES—RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INITIAL SAFETY 
STANDARDS FOR NEWLY RETREADED PASSENGER CAR TIRES, 
Rubber Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., 
November 6, 1968, 2 pp. 



INITIAL TESTS ON STOPPING DISTANCE AND SPIN OUT 
CHARACTERISTICS OF REGROOVED TIRES ON BUSES, Texas A & M 
University , Texas Transportation Institute, College 
Station, Texas, Contract No. CST-418, prepared for 
National Bureau of Standards, U. S. Department of 
Commerce, Washington, D. C, 1968, 30 pp. 



NATIONAL STANDARDS FOR TREADING AUTOMOBILE AND TRUCK 
TIRES, Tire Retreading Institute , National Tire Dealers 
& Retreaders Association, Inc., Washington, D. C, 
May 1, 1966, 8 pp. 



TIRE, PNEUMATIC: RETREADED AND REPAIRED, Military 
Specification MIL-T-62016(MO), U. S. Department of 
Defense , Washington, D. C, December 17, 1964, 24 pp. 



CONSIDERATIONS IN TRUCK TIRE RETREADING, W. S. McDowell 
& C. I. Reynolds, U. S. Rubber Tire Company , Detroit, 
Mich., SAE Report No. 650061; Truck Tire Economics, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., 
SP-265, pp. 21-24 



MINIMUM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND UNIFORM TEST 
PROCEDURES FOR RETREADED TIRES FOR PASSENGER CARS AND 
STATION WAGONS, Vehicle Equipment Safety Commission, 
Washington, D. C, Regulation V-2, approved September 
17, 1966. 4 pp. 



AN ANALYSIS OF THE DOMESTIC RETREADING INDUSTRY, 
H. M. Braner, Volkswagen of America, Inc ., Englewood 
Cliffs, N. J., Ranno Printing Company, Inc., Englewood, 
N. J., 109 pp. 



STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS—MISCELLANEOUS 

TIRE SPECIFICATION NUMBER AM 3008, American Motors 
Corporation , Detroit, Michigan, March 18, 1968, 11 pp. 



BOOK OF ASTM STANDARDS, American Society for Testing 
and Materials , Philadelphia, Pa. 



PNEUMATIQUES POUR VEHICULES UTILrTAIRES (TIRES FOR 
UTILITARIAN VEHICLES--TIRES FOR NORMAL LOAD CAPACITY), 
French Standard R 127-08, Association Francalse de 
Normalisation , Paris, France, January 1962, 1 p. 



PNEUMATIQUES POUR VOITURES PARTICULIERES (TIRES FOR 
SPECIAL VEHICLES), French Standard R 127-33, Association 
Francalse de Normalisation , Paris, France, January 
1962, 2 pp. 



PROFILS DE JANTES ET ROUES POUR VEHICULES UTILITAIRES 
(PROFILES OF THE RIMS AND WHEELS FOR UTILITARIAN 
VEHICLES), French Standard R 127-10, Association 
Francalse de Normalisation , Paris, France, January 1962, 
1 p. 

VALVES POUR PNEUMATIQUES--AUTOMOBILE ET MOTOCYCLE 
(VALVES FOR TIRES OF AUTOMOBILES AND MOTORCYCLES- 
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE THREADING), French Standard 
R 127-01, Association Francalse de Normalisation , 
Paris, France, December 1955, 1 p. 



TYRE AND WHEEL DATA--B.S. AU 50: PART 1:1964 TYRES, 
50 pp.; B.S. AU 50:PART 2:1964 WHEELS AND RIMS, 
113 pp.; B.S. AU 50:PART 3: 1964 VALVES, 11 pp., 
British Standards Institution , London, England 



NEW PNEUMATIC TIRES - PASSENGER CARS, Canadian 
Government Specifications Board , Department of Defence 
Production, Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-109, 
May 24, 1968, 36 pp. 



TIRE SELECTION AND RIMS - PASSENGER CARS, Canadian 
Government Specifications Board , Department of Defence 
Production, Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-110, 
May 24, 1968, 5 pp. 

TIRES, PNEUMATIC: TUBELESS, FOR AUTOMOBILES AND 
STATION WAGONS, Canadian Government Specifications 
Board, Department of Defence Production, Ottawa, Canada, 
Specification 20-GP-26, November 3, 1967, 10 pp., 
2 figs. 



TIRES: PNEUMATIC, VEHICLE AND MOBILE GROUND EQUIPMENT, 
Canadian Government Specifications B oard, Department 
of Defence Production, Ottawa, Canada, Specification 
20-GP-5c, April 1962, 20 pp. 



PNEUMATIQUES POUR MOTOCYCLES (TIRES FOR MOTORCYCLES), 
French Standard R 227-31, Association Francalse de 
Normalisation , Paris, France, February 1952, 1 p. 



WHEEL NUTS, WHEEL DISCS AND HUB CAPS - PASSENGER CARS 
AND MULTIPURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLES, Canadian 
Government Specifications Board , Department of Defence 
Production, Ottawa, Canada, Standard 97-GP-211, 
May 24, 1968, 2 pp. 



PNEUMATIQUES POUR VEHICULES UTILITAIRES LEGERS (TIRES 
FOR LIGHT UTILITARIAN VEHICLES—METRIC SERIES), 
French Standard R 127-21, Association Francalse de 
Normalisation , Paris, France, January 1962, 1 p. 



NEW PNEUMATIC TIRES FOR PASSENGER CARS, Canadian 
Standards Association , Ottawa, Canada, Standard 
D238. 1-1968, 30 pp. 



PNEUMATIQUES POUR VEHICULES UTILITAIRES LEGERS (TIRES 
FOR LIGHT UTILITARIAN VEHICLES— SERIES IN INCHES), 
French Standard R 127-22, Association Francalse de 
Normalisation , Paris, France, January 1962, 1 p. 



TIRE SELECTION AND RIMS FOR PASSENGER CARS, Canadian 
Standards Association , Ottawa, Canada, Standard 
D238. 2-1968, 8 pp. 



PNEUMATIQUES POUR VEHICULES UTILITAIRES (TIRES FOR 
UTILITARIAN VEHICLES—TIRES FOR LARGE LOAD CAPACITY), 
French Standard R 127-09, Association Francalse de 
Normalisation , Paris, France, January 1962, 1 p. 



REIFEN FUR KRAFTFAHRZEUGE , ARBEITSKRAFTMASCHINEN UND 
ANHANGER IN DER IANDWIRTSCHAFT, FORSTWIRTSCHAFT UND 
GEWERBLICHEN W1RTSCHAFT (TIRES FOR MOTOR VEHICLES), 
German Standard DIN 7793, Deutscher Normenausschuss ^ 
Berlin, Germany, October 1961, 2 pp. 



101 



REIFEN FUR KRAFTRADER UND BEIWAGEN FELGENDURCHMESSER 
16", 18" UND 19" (TIRES FOR MOTORCYCLES WITH SIDE CARS) 
German Standard DIN 7802, Deutscher Normenausschuss, 
Berlin, Germany, November 1956, 1 p. 



REIFEN FUR PERSONENKRAFTWAGEN, KOMBINATIONS- UND 
LIEFERKRAFTWACEN AUF PERSONENKRAFTWAGEN-FAHRCESTELL 
(TIRES FOR PICKUP VEHICLES AND DUMP TRUCKS), German 
Standard DIN 7803, Deutscher Normenausschuss , Berlin, 
Germany, October 1964, 5 pp. 



REIFEN UND RADER BENENNUNGEN UND BEGRIFFE (DEFINITION 
OF WHEEL AND TIRE TERMINOLOGY), German Standard DIN 
7791, Deutscher Normenausschuss , Berlin, Germany, 
April 1966, 4 pp. 



TIRES FOR LIGHT TRUCKS AND BUSES, German Standard DIN 
7804, Blatt 1--REIFEN FUR LEICHTLASTKRAFTWAGEN UND 
OMNIBUSSE (TRANSPORTREIFEN), October 1964, 2 pp.; 
Blatt 2--REIFEN FUR LEICHTIASTKRAFTWAGEN UND OMNIBUSSE 
(TRANSPORTREIFEN MITTENABSTXNDE FUR DOPPELBEREIFUNG), 
October 1963, 1 p.; Deutscher Normenausschuss, Berlin, 
Germany 



TIRES FOR TRUCKS AND LARGE BUSES, German Standard 
DIN 7805, Blatt 1— REIFEN FUR LASTKRAFTWAGEN, KRAFT- 
OMNIBUSSE, STRASSENZUGMASCHINEN UND DEREN ANhXnGER, 
April 1965, 3 pp.; Blatt 2--REIFEN FUR LASTKRAFTWAGEN, 
KRAFTOMNIBUSSE, STRASSENZUGMASCHINEN UND DEREN ANHANCER 
MITTENABSTANDE FUR DOPPELBEREIFUNG, March 1961, 1 p.; 
Deutscher Normenausschuss, Berlin, Germany 



TIRE ADVERTISING AND LABELING GUIDES, Federal Trade 
Commission , Bureau of Industry Guidance, Washington, 
D. C, Adopted July 5, 1966 (except Guide 15, adopted 
March 3, 1966), 17 pp. 



INNER TUBE, PNEUMATIC TIRE, Federal Specification 
ZZ-I-550b, General Services Administration , Washington, 
D. C, July 1, 1962, 13 pp. 

PATCH, REPAIR., ( SELF -VULCANIZING , HOT, FOR INNER TUBES 
AND TUBELESS TIRES), Federal Specification ZZ-P-112c, 
General Services Administration , August 17, 1967, 8 pp. 



TIRE, PNEUMATIC: RETREADED AND REPAIRED, Federal Speci- 
fication ZZ-T-00441c, General Services Administration , 
Washington, D. C, December 31, 1969, 39 pp. 



HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION LEGISLATION IN 1969, Highway 
Users Federation for Safety and Mobility , Washington, 
D. C, 32 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE LAW SERIES, SERVICE NO. 3--EQUIPMENT 
REQUIREMENTS, Highway Users Federation for Safety and 
Mobility , Washington, D. C, 1967 - 



DIMENSIONS OF TIRES FOR AUTOMOBILES, Japanese Standard; 
Association , Tokyo, Japan, Japanese Industrial 
Standard D 4202, March 1, 1966, 22 pp. 



HEAVY TIRES, G0ST 5883-65, Komltet Standartov , Mer i 
Izmeritel 'nyh Priborov pri, Moscow, Russia, 1965, 
10 pp. 



VALVES FOR PNEUMATIC TYRES WITH CONSTANT PRESSURE, 
GOST 8107-64, Komltet Standartov , Mer i Izmeritel 'nyh 
Priborov pri, Moscow, Russia, 1964, 20 pp. 



TREATMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLE TIRES, Ministry of Trans- 
portation , Motor Vehicle DIv., Tokyo, Japan, 
October. 1966, 4 pp. 



AUTOMOBILE (OUTER) TIRES, Chinese Standard 1431 K414, 
National Bureau of Standards , Tainan, Taiwan, China, 
August 21, 1964, 3 pp. 



TUNER TIRES FOR AUTOMOBILES, Chinese Standard 1432 K415, 
National Bureau of Standards , Tainan, Taiwan, China, 
October 14, 1967, 2 pp. 



VARIOUS TYPES OF AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, Chinese Standard 
1430 K413, National Bureau of Standards , Tainan, 
Taiwan, China, August 21, 1964, 20 pp. 



UNIFORM VEHICLE CODE AND MODEL TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 
National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and 
Ordinances , Washington, D. C, 1968, 335 pp. 



COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE 
SAFETY STANDARDS: CONSUMER INFORMATION, (23 CFR Part 
275, Docket No. 28-2), Rubber Manufacturers Association 
Neu York, N. Y., November 8, 1968, 43 pp. 



TIRE REBUILDING AND TIRE AND TUBE REPAIR MATERIALS, 
Federal Specification ZZ-T-416d, General Services 
Administration , Washington, D. C, October 27, 1967, 
27 pp. 



TIRES AND TUBES (INNER), PNEUMATIC, INDUSTRIAL, Federal 
Specification ZZ-T-410/ General Services Administration , 
Washington, D. C, February 15, 1950, 9 pp. 



COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON INITIAL FEDERAL MOTOR 
VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS N0S . 109 AND 110 (23 CFR 
Part 255, Dockrt No. 18 Notice No. 67-4), Rubber 
Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., August 21, 
1967, 62 pp. 

COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON TIRES--PASSENGER CARS, 
MULTIPURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLES, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, 
BUSES AND MOTORCYCLES (23 CFR Part 255, Docket No. 1-6, 
Notice No. 67-5), Rubber Manufacturers Association, 
New York, N. Y., 1968, 44 pp. 



TIRES, PNEUMATIC, LOW SPEED, OFF HIGHWAY AND INDUSTRIAL 
Interim Federal Specification ZZ-T-001083, General 
Services Administration , Washington, D. C, December 30, 
1966, 23 pp. 



COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON UNIFORM TIRE QUALITY 
GRADING SYSTEM- -PASSENGER CARS (23 CFR Part 255, 
Docket No. 25, Notice No. 1), Rubber Manufacturers 
Association , New York, N. Y., July 15, 1968, 7 pp. 



TIRES, PNEUMATIC, VEHICULAR (HIGHWAY), Interim Federal 
Specification ZZ-T-00381K, General Services Administra - 
tion, Washington, D. C, Febraury 27, 1970, 46 pp. 



RMA RECOMMENDED MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR NEW PASSENGER 
CAR TIRES, PROCEDURAL GUIDE FOR PARTICIPANTS, CERTIFI- 
CATION AND COMPLIANCE PROGRAM, Rubber Manufacturers 
Association , New York, N. Y., Revision Number 1, Jan- 
uary 1966, 16 pp. 



102 



RMA RECOMMENDED MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR NEW PNEUMATIC 
TRUCK IIRES— TRUCKS, TRAILERS, BUSES AND MULTIPURPOSE 
PASSENGER VEHICLES FOR NORMAL HIGHWAY SERVICE, Rubber 
Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., October 30, 
1968, 16 pp. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN--LUFTDRUCK UND BELASTUNG FUR 
NIEDERQUERSCHNITT -REIFEN (TIRES AND RIMS — PRESSURE AND 
LOAD FOR LOW PROFILE TIRES), Swiss Standard SNV 42402, 
Blatt 3, Schwelzerlsche Normen-Verelnlgung , Zurich, 
Switzerland, July 1966, 2 pp. 



RMA RECOMMENDED MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR NEW TIRES FOR 
MOTORCYCLES AND MOTOR DRIVEN CYCLES, Rubber 
Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., April 3, 
1968, 8 pp. 

RMA RECOMMENDED MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR RETREADED AND 
REPAIRED TIRES FOR PASSENGER CARS, MULTIPURPOSE 
PASSENGER VEHICLES, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, BUSES AND 
MOTORCYCLES—RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INITIAL SAFETY 
STANDARDS FOR NEWLY RETREADED PASSENGER CAR TIRES, 
Rubber Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., 
November 6, 1968, 2 pp. 

RMA STANDARDS FOR NEW PASSENGER CAR TIRES—RECOMMENDED 
MINIMUM DIMENSIONAL AND LABORATORY TEST PERFORMANCE 
STANDARDS, Rubber Manufacturers Association , New York, 
N. Y., Revision Number 1, January 1, 1966, 11 pp. 



RMA STANDARDS FOR NEW PASSENGER CAR TIRES—RECOMMENDED 
MINIMUM DIMENSIONAL AND LABORATORY TEST STANDARDS, 
Rubber Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., 
Supplement January 20, 1967, 16 pp. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN— LUFTDRUCK UND BELASTUNG FUR NORMALE 
UND VERSTARKTE REIFEN FUR LASTWAGEN, AUTOBUSSE UND 
ANHANGER (TIRES AND RIMS— PRESSURE AND LOAD FOR NORMAL 
AND REINFORCED TIRES FOR TRUCKS, BUSES AND TRAILERS), 
Swiss Standard SNV 42401, Blatt 2, Schwelzerlsche 
Normen-Verelnlgung, Zurich, Switzerland, September 
1963, 1 p. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN — LUFTDRUCK UND BELASTUNG FUR 
PERSONEN-, KOMBI- UND LIEFERWAGEN (TIRES AND RIMS- 
PRESSURE AND LOAD FOR PASSENGER CARS, KOMBI -CARS, AND 
PICKUP TRUCKS), Swiss Standard SNV 42402, Blatt 4, 
Schwelzerlsche Normen-Vereinigung , Zurich, Switzerland, 
July 1966, 1 p. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN-LUFTDRUCK UND BELASTUNG FUR SUPER 
NIEDERQUERSCHNITT -REIFEN (TIRES AND RIMS — PRESSURE 
AND LOAD FOR SUPER LOW PROFILE TIRES), Swiss Standard 
SNV 742402, Blatt 7, Schwelzerlsche Normen-Vereinlgung , 
Zurich, Switzerland, January 1968, 2 pp. 



RMA RECOMMENDED STANDARDS FOR TIRE SELECTION AND RIMS-- 
TRUCKS, TRAILERS AND BUSES FOR NORMAL HIGHWAY SERVICE, 
Rubber Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., 
April 3, 1968, 1 p. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN— MITTENABSTANDE FUR DOPPELBEREIFUNG 
FUR LASTWAGEN, AUTOBUSSE UND ANHANGER (TIRES AND RIMS- 
CENTER DISTANCES FOR DUAL TIRES FOR TRUCKS, BUSES, 
AND TRAILERS), Swiss Standard SNV 42401, Blatt 4, 
Schwelzerlsche Normen-Vereinigung , Zurich, Switzerland, 
September 1963, 1 p. 



RMA STANDARDS FOR NEW TIRES FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES- 
RECOMMENDED MINIMUM DIMENSIONAL & LABORATORY TEST STAN- 
DARDS FOR TRUCK, BUS, TRAILER & SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLE 
TIRES, Rubber Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y. 
October 4, 1967, 11 pp. 

RMA TIRE INSPECTION GUIDE, Rubber Manufacturers 
Association , New York, N. Y., January 1970, 4 pp. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN— BETRIEBSVORSCHRIFTEN FUR PERS0NEN-, 
KOMBI- UND LIEFERWAGEN (TIRES & RIMS—INDUSTRIAL 
REGULATIONS FOR PASSENGER CARS, KOMBI -CARS, AND 
PICKUP TRUCKS), Swiss Standard SNV 42402, Blatt 5, 
Schwelzerlsche Normen-Vereinigung , Zurich, Switzerland, 
July 1966, 1 p. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN HOCHDRUCKREIFEN— FUR LASTWAGEN (TIRES 
AND RIMS— HIGH PRESSURE TIRES FOR TRUCKS), Swiss 
Standard SNV 42420, Blatt 1, Schwelzerlsche Normen - 
Vereinigung, Zurich, Switzerland, September 1963, 1 p. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN— LUFTDRUCK UND BELASTUNG FUR 
HOCHDRUCKREIFEN (TIRES AND RIMS — PRESSURE AND LOAD FOR 
HIGH PRESSURE TIRES), Swiss Standard SNV 42420, Blatt 2, 
Schwelzerlsche Normen-Vereinigung , Zurich, Switzerland, 
September 1963, 1 p. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN — LUFTDRUCK UND BELASTUNG FUR MULTIPLY- 
REIFEN FUR LASTWAGEN, AUTOBUSSE UND ANHANGER (TIRES 
AND RIMS — PRESSURE AND LOAD FOR MULTI-PLY TIRES FOR 
TRUCKS, BUSES AND TRAILERS), Swiss Standard SNV 42401, 
Blatt 3, Schwelzerlsche Normen-Vereinigung , Zurich, 
Switzerland, September 1963, 1 p. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN— MITTENABSTANDE FUR DOPPELBEREIFUNG 
MIT HOCHDRUCKREIFEN FUR LASTWAGEN (TIRES AND RIMS- 
CENTER DISTANCE FOR DUAL HIGH PRESSURE TIRES FOR TRUCKS) 
Swiss Standard SNV 42420, Blatt 3, Schwelzerlsche 
Normen-Vereinigung, Zurich, Switzerland, September 
1963, 1 p. 

REIFEN UND FELGEN NIEDERQUERSCHNITT -REIFEN FUR 
PERSONEN-, KOMBI- UND LIEFERWAGEN (TIRES AND RIMS- 
LOW PROFILE TIRES FOR PASSENGER CARS, KOMBI-CARS, AND 
PICKUP TRUCKS), Swiss Standard SNV 42402, Blatt 1, 
Schwelzerlsche Normen-Verelnlgung, Zurich, Switzerland, 
July 1966, 1 p. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN— REIFEN FUR LASTWAGEN, AUTOBUSSE UND 
ANHANGER (TIRES FOR TRUCKS, BUSES AND TRAILERS), Swiss 
Standard SNV 42401, Blatt 1, Schwelzerlsche Normen - 
Vereinigung , Zurich, Switzerland, September 1963, 1 p. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN— REIFEN FUR PERSONEN-, KOMBI- UND 
LIEFERWAGEN (TIRES FOR PASSENGER CARS, KOMBI-CARS AND 
PICKUP TRUCKS), Swiss Standard SNV 42402, Blatt 2, 
^liup^crKi-lic Nn-rmpn-Vprp -Inking, Zurich, Switzerland, 
July 1966, 1 pp. 



REIFEN UND FELGEN— SUPER NIEDERQUERSCHNITT-REIFEN FUR 
PERSONEN-, KOMBI- UND LIEFERWAGEN (TIRES AND RIMS- 
SUPER LOW PROFILE TIRES FOR PASSENGER CARS, KOMBI-CARS, 
AND PICKUP TRUCKS), Swiss Standard SNV 742402, Blatt 6, 
Schwelzerlsche Normen-Vereinigung, Zurich, Switzerland, 
January 1968, 1 p. 



SAE HANDBOOK, Society of Automotive Engineers , Two 
Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, N. Y., published annually 



103 



S. M. M. T. TYRE AND WHEEL ENGINEERING MANUAL, The 
Society of Motor Manufacturers and T raders, Ltd., 
Standards and Technical Department, London, S.W.I . , 
England 



TIRE SELECTION AND RIMS — PASSENGER CARS, U. S. 



Department of Transportation , National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety 
Standard No. 110 



STANDARDS AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR THE BRITISH 
AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY, Society of Motor Manufacturers 6. 
Traders Ltd., London, S. W. 1., 1968 - 



MEDDELELSE OM KORETOJERS INDRETNING OG UDSTYR M.V.— 
GUMMIMONTERING (CIRCULAR ON CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIP- 
MENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES—RUBBER MOUNTING), Statens 
Blltllsyn , Copenhagen, Denmark, Circular No. 1057, 
January 29, 1968, 2 pp. 



MEDDELELSE TIL JUSTITSMINISTERIETS MOTORSAGKYNDIGE-- 
SLIDBANEMONSTER PA LUFTGUMMIRINGE, HALVMASSIVE RINGE 
OG DAEK PA BLOKVOGNE (CIRCULAR TO MOTOR EXPERTS OF THE 
MINISTRY OF JUSTICE—THREAD ON PNEUMATIC TIRES, SEMI- 
PNEUMATIC TIRES, AND TIRES ON WAGONS), Statens 
Blltllsyn , Copenhagen, Denmark, Circular No. 874, 
June 15, 1961, 1 p. 



GUMMIBELASTNING: ALMINNELIGE OPPLYSNINGER; LASTEBILDEKK; 
VAREBILDEKK; PERSONBILDEKK; INDUSTRIDEKK; TRAKTORDEKK; 
LANDBRUKSDEKK (TIRE SPECIFICATIONS: GENERAL INFORMATION; 
TRUCK TIRES; DELIVERY TRUCK TIRES; PASSENGER CAR TIRES; 
INDUSTRIAL TIRES; TRACTOR TIRES; AGRICULTURAL TIRES), 
Statens Vegvesen , Vegdlrektoratet, Oslo, Norway, March 
10 & April 20, 1968 



COMPILATION OF CURRENT TIRE AND RIM STANDARDS— U. S. A., 
WESTERN EUROPE, EASTERN EUROPE, SOUTH AFRICA, 
AUSTRALIA AND JAPAN, ISO/TC-31, Tire 6. Rim Association , 
Akron, Ohio, May 1969 



1970 YEAR BOOK, The Tire and Rim Association, Inc. 
Akron, Ohio, 242 pp. 



INNER TUBE: PNEUMATIC TIRE, Military Standard MS 
35392, U. S. Department of Defense , Washington, D. 
February 17, 1967, 6 pp. 



TIRE, PNEUMATIC: BICYCLE, MOTORCYCLE, AND MOTOR 
SCOOTER, Military Standard MS 35391, U. S. Department of 
Defense, Washington, D. C, February 17, 1967, 2 pp. 



TIRE, PNEUMATIC: FOR MILITARY GROUND VEHICLES, 
Military Specification MIL-T-12459C , U. S. Department of 
Defense, Washington, D. C, January 8, 1965, 36 pp. 



TIRE, PNEUMATIC: PASSENGER CAR, LIGHT TRUCK, TRUCK 

AND BUS, Military Standard MS 35388, U. S. Department of 

Defense , Washington, D. C, March 7, 1968, 8 pp. 



WHEEL NUTS, WHEEL DISCS, AND HUB CAPS--PASSENGER CARS 
AND MULTIPURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLES, U. S. Department 
of Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety 
Standard No. 211 



MINIMUM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND UNIFORM TEST 
PROCEDURES FOR NEW TIRES FOR PASSENGER CARS AND 
STATION WAGONS, Vehicle Equipment Safety Commission , 
Washington, D. C, Regulation V-l, September 17, 1966, 
24 pp., 3 figs. 



TIRE CHARACTERISTICS— MISCELLANEOUS 

TIRES FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE CARS, T. J. P. Joy, D. C. 
Hartley & D. M. Turner, Avon India Rubber Co., Ltd. , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Golden Anniversary Summer Meeting, Atlantic City, 
N. J., June 15, 1955; reprint SAE Transactions, Vol. 
64, 1956, pp. 319-333 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman , R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev 6. 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific 6. Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



METHODS FOR MEASURING LOAD TRANSFER THROUGH VEHICLE 
TIRES TO THE ROAD SURFACE, R. C. Hopkins 6. H. H. 
Boswell, Bureau of Public Roads , Division of Highway 
Transport Research, Washington, D. C, presented at the 
Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Highway Research 
Board, October 1957, 13 pp. 



DYNAMICS OF THE TIRE— THIRD REPORT — STANDING WAVES OF 
A HIGH-SPEED TIRE, Takashi Akasaka, Chuo University , 
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 1959, 15 pp. 



RECENT ADVANCES IN STRUCTURAL MECHANICS OF TIRES, 
Takashi Akasaka, Chuo University , Department of 
Precision Mechanics, Structural Mechanics Lab., 
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 1970, 15 pp. 



A DEVICE FOR MEASURING MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF 
TYRES ON THE ROAD, William Close & Clifford L. Muzzey, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Vehicle Dynamics 
Department, Buffalo, N. Y.; Research in Automobile 
Stability and Control and in Tyre Performance , 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1956, 142 pp. 



TIRE, PNEUMATIC: RETREADED AND REPAIRED, Military 
Specification MIL-T-62016(MO), U. S. Department of i 
Defense , Washington, D. C, December 17, 1964, 24 pp. 



VISUAL INSPECTION GUIDE FOR PNEUMATIC TIRES 
(NONAIRCRAFT), MIL-STD- 1224, U. S. Department of Defense , 
Washington, D. C, September 15, 1960, 134 pp. 



NEW PNEUMATIC TIRES, U. S. Department of Transportation , 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 109 



A PROPOSAL FOR THE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN 
ADVANCED TIRE FORCE AND MOMENT TEST FACILITY, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Vehicle Research Dept., 
Buffalo, N. Y., prepared for The Tire and Automobile 
Manufacturers of America, CAL Proposal No. 577-68, 
May 3, 1968, 98 pp., 6 figs. 



BEWEGUNGSGLEICHUNGEN UND ERSATZMODELLE DES 
KRAFTFAHRZEUGS IN IHRER BEZIEHUNG ZU DEN MESSERGEBNISSEN 
DES R0LLTROMMELVERSUCHS (LAW OF MOTION 6c SPACE MODEL OF 
THE AUTOMOBILES IN THEIR RESPECT TO THE MEASUREMENT OF 
THE ROLL DRUM TRIAL), A. Slibar & K. Desoyer ; 
ATZ-Automobiltechnische Zeitschrlft , Jahrgang 68, 
Numraer 1/1966, 8 pp. 



104 



MECHANICS OF THE PNEUMATIC TIRE, F. Frank 6. 
W. Hofferberth, Deutsche Dunlop Gummi Compagnle , Hanau, 
Germany, reprint Rubber Chemistry and Technology , 
February 1967, pp. 271-322 



ABOUT THE SELECTION AND EVALUATION OF TIRE PARAMETERS, 
Yu A. Dolmatovskiy ; reprint Avtomobllnaya I Traktornaya 
Promyshlennost' , No. 5, May 1956, pp. 13-15 



MATHEMATICS OF MODELLING OF TYRE PERFORMANCE, 
C. W. Barson, Dunlop Limited , Tyre Technical Division, 
Birmingham, England, presented at the Tire Mathematics 
Symposium, Akron Rubber Group, Akron, Ohio, April 23, 
1971, 6 pp., 3 figs. 



FORCE AND MOMENT CHARACTERISTICS OF ROLLING TIRES, 
Donald L. Nordeen & Anthony D. Cortese, General Motors 
Corp . , Research Labs., Warren, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers International Summer 
Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 10-14, 1963, 
GM Report No. 404, 20 pp., 22 figs. 



AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS 
AND UNIFORMITY OF 18 X 5.5 RIB AND DIMPLE AIRCRAFT TIRES. 
F. H. Ho, B. F. Goodrich Research Center , Brecksville, 
Ohio, Contract No. AF42600-67-C-3430, prepared for 
U. S. Air Force, Aerospace Vehicle Alighting Systems 
Br., Service Engineering Dlv., Hill Air Force Base, 
Utah, December 1969, 126 pp. 



DER MECHANISCHE AUFBAU DES LUFTREIFENS (A MECHANICAL 
MODEL OF THE. PNEUMATIC TIRE), W. Hofferberth, Deutsche 
Dunlop Cumml Compagnle AG. . Hanau, Germany; reprint 
Kautschuk Und Gummi • Kunststoffe • Asbest Berlin- 
Borsigwalde, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp. 225-233, 1963 



ROAD CONTACT FORCES OF TRUCK TIRES AS MEASURED IN THE 
LABORATORY, James L. Ginn 6. R. L. Marlowe, B. F. 
Goodrich Co. , Brecksville, Ohio, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 
670493, 10 pp. 



TAKE THE BIAS OUT OF TIRES? Arturo Chiesa, Pirelli 
S.p.A., Italy; V. E. Gough, F. B. Jones 6. W. S. Udall, 
Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd ., Birmingham, England; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 73, No. 5, 
May 1965, pp. 32-39 



TIRE LOAD DETERMINATION, F. S. Vukan, B. F. Coodrlch 
Company, Brecksville, Ohio, presented at the Tire 



Mathematics Symposium, Akron Rubber Group, Akron, 
April 23, 1971, 7 pp., 5 figs. 



Oh,lo, 



THE0RIE UND BERECHNUNG DER STATISCHEN, KRAFTE UND DER 
QUERSCHNITTSFORM VON KREUZLAGEN-UND GURTELREIFEN 
(THEORY AND CALCULATION OF STATIC FORCES AND CROSS 
SECTION FORMS OF BIAS LAYERED AND RADIAL LAYERED 
TIRES), F. Frank, Dunlop AG . , Hanau, Germany, presented 
at the Rubber Conference of the KDG , Berlin, Germany, 
May 15-17, 1968; translated by National Bureau of 
Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire 
Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 75 pp. 



LOW POWER LOSS TIRES, W. W. Curtiss, Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690108, 14 pp. 



MATHEMATICS UNDERLYING THE DESIGN OF PNEUMATIC TIRES, 
John F. Purdy, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company , 
Development Department, Akron, Ohio, 1963, 230 pp. 



TYRE FIRES, CAUSE AND PREVENTION, E. S. Tompkins, 
Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd. , Birmingham, England; reprint 
Transactions of the Rubber Industry , Vol. 41, No. 5, 
October 1965, pp. 178-189 



TYRE-TO-GROUND CONTACT STRESSES, V. E. Gough, Dunlop 
Research Center , Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, England, 
presented to the Stress Analysis Group Conference on 
Contact Stresses, London, May 14, 1958; reprint Wear , 
1958-59, Vol. 2, pp. 107-126 



CORD LOAD CHARACTERISTICS IN BIAS AND BELTED-BIAS 
TIRES, Joseph D. Walter & George L. Hall, Firestone 
Tire & Rubber Company , Central Research Labs., Akron, 
Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, 
SAE Report No. 6905 22, 9 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser , 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242, pp., N70-16410 



THE MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PNEUMATIC TYRES, 
R. Hadekel , for Ministry of Supply, London, England, 
S (, T Memorandum No. 10/52, November 1952, 79 pp., 
152 figures 



EXPERIMENTS ON THE STANDING WAVES OF CAR TIRES, 
R. Hattori , N. Miyake, Y. Ichimura & M. Sakamoto, 
presented at the Society of Automotive-Engineers, 
Nagoya, Japan, 1964, Paper No. 7, 13 pp. 



LOW ASPECT RATIO PASSENGER CAR TIRE FROM A VEHICLE 
MANUFACTURER'S POINT OF VIEW, Jacques Bajer, Ford Motor 
Company, Ford Division, presented to the International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Michigan, 
January 11-15, 1965, Society of Automotive Engineers 
Report No. 983B, 14 pp. 



ON THE STANDING WAVES OF TIRES, R. Hattori, presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers, Japan, 1965, 
Paper No. 11, 10 pp. 



THE EFFECT OF CERTAIN TIRE-ROAD INTERFACE PARAMETERS ON 
FORCE AND MOMENT PERFORMANCE, R. E. Rasmussen & 
A. D.. Cortese, General Motors Corporation , General 
Motors Proving Ground, Milford, Mich., Report No. A-2526, 
July 1969, 24 pp. 



ZUR FESTIGKEIT DES LUFTREIFENS (THE STRENGTH OF THE 
PNEUMATIC TIRE), W. Hofferberth , Hanau, Germany, talk 
presented at the German Natural Rubber Conference, . 
Hamburg, June 6-9, 1956; reprint Kautschuk und Gummi, 
9th year, No. 9. 1956, pp. WT 225-WT 231 



105 



ZUR STATIC DES LUFTREIFENS (THE STATICS OF PNEUMATIC 
TIRES), W. Hofferberth , Hochst, Germany, a Calk present- 
ed at the German Natural Rubber Conference, Munich, 
Germany, October 21-23, 1954; reprint Kautschuk und 
Gumml , 8th year, No. 5, 1955, pp. 124 WT-129 WT 



EXPERIMENTS ON THE STANDING WAVES OF CAR TIRES, 
R. Hattorl, N. Mlyake, Y. Ichimura & M. Sakamoto, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Nagoya, Japan, 1964, Paper No. 7, 13 pp. 



TRACTIVE RESISTANCE AS RELATED TO ROADWAY SURFACES AND 
MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATION, R. G. Paustian, Iowa State 
College , Iowa Engineering Experiment Station, Ames, 
Iowa, Bulletin No. 119, August 1, 1934, Vol. 33, No. 9, 
64 pp. 

ZASTOSOWANIE MASZYNY MATEMATYCZNEJ DO OBLICZANIA 
DUZYCH TRZEMIESZCZEN ORTOTROPOWEJ NIELINIOWEJ MEMBRANY 
(THE APPLICATION OF A COMPUTER FOR CALCULATING LARGE 
DISPLACEMENTS OF ORTHOTROPIC NONLINEAR MEMBRANE), 
W. Kobza ; translated by Chemical Translation Service, 
Division of Trans-Chem, Knoxville, Tenn., 1966, 16 pp. 



INVESTIGATIONS OF AUTOMOBILE TIRES (UNTERSUCHUNGEN AN 
KRAFTFAHRZEUGREIFEN), G. Krempel , Hannover, Germany, 
ATZ 69 (1967) 1 & 8; translated by Eugen Funer & S. K. 
Clark, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 
July 1968, 56 pp. 



RESEARCH ON AUTOMOBILE TIRES (UNTERSUCHUNGEN AN 
KRAFTFAHRZEUGREIFEN), G. Krempel , Hannover, Germany, 
ATZ 69 (1967) 8; translated by Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., August 1967, 16 pp. 



INFLUENCE OF TIRE TREAD PATTERN AND RUNWAY SURFACE 
CONDITION ON BRAKING FRICTION AND ROLLING RESISTANCE 
OF A MODERN AIRCRAFT TIRE, Walter B. Home & Trafford 
J. W. Leland, National Aeronautics & Space Administra- 
tion , Langley Research Center, Langley Station, Hampton, 
Va., TND-1376, September 1962, 190 pp. 

AN APPARATUS FOR DETERMINING THE ACTUAL FOOTPRINT AREA 
OF TIRES, R. S. Pizer & S. Spinner, National Bureau of 



Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C.j Material Research & Standards , Vol. 
10, No. 2, pp. 20-23 



EFFECT OF CROSS-CUTTING TREAD ON POWER LOSS OF TIRES, 
R. D. Stiehler, P. M. Ku, and E. Bryant, National 
Bureau of Standards , for Reconstruction Finance Corpo- 
ration, Office of Synthetic Rubber, NBS Project No. 
0705-20-3809, NBS Report No. 2066, November 17, 1952, 
4 pp. 



LABORATORY MEASUREMENTS OF AIR CAVITY TEMPERATURE IN A 
PASSENGER CAR TIRE, B. G. Simson & J. Mandel, National 
Bureau of Standards , Institute for Applied Technology, 
Washington, D. C.; Journal of Research of the National 
Bureau of Standards--C . Engineering & Instrumentation , 
Vol. 73C, Nos. 1 and 2, January-June 1969, pp. 21-24 ■ 



POWER LOSS AND OPERATING TEMPERATURE OF TIRES, R. D. 
Stiehler, M. N. Steel, G. G. Richey, J. Mandel & R. H. 
Hobbs, National Bureau of Standards , Washington, D. C, 
presented at the International Rubber Conference, 
Washington, D. C, November 8-13, 1959; reprint NBS 
Journal of Research, January-March 1960, Vol. 64C, No. 
1> 11 PP. 



THE MECHANICS OF TIRES, R. S. Rivlin, Lehigh University , 
Center for the Application of Mathematics, Bethlehem, 
Pa., Contract No. CST-466, prepared for National 
Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, December 1970, 
20 pp. 

DETERMINATION OF SIZE OF 18.00 x 25 TIRE IMPRINTS UNDER 
VARIOUS LOADS AND PRESSURES, S. W. Pearce, Lockheed 
Aircraft Corp . , Georgia Div., Engineering Research Lab., 
Marietta, Ga., Report No. ER 8542, June 8, 1966, 4 pp. 



TEMPERATURE STUDIES OF THE AIR IN A TRUCK TIRE, 
G. G. Richey, R. B. Hobbs & R. D. Stiehler, National 
Bureau of Standards , Washington, D. C . ; reprint Rubber 
Age , May 1956, 4 pp. 



PHYSICS AT THE NATURAL RUBBER PRODUCERS' RESEARCH 
ASSOCIATION, A. Schallamach, Natural Rubber Producers ' 
Research Association , Welwyn Garden City, Herts, 
England; reprint Bulletin of the Institute of Physics 
and the Physical Society , July 1967, pp. 215-221 



THE DRAG OF A LARGE AND SMALL PNEUMATIC TYRE TRAVELLING 
THROUGH WATER, SLUSH AND SNOW, R. W. Sugg, Ministry of 
Aviation , Technical Information & Library Services, 
Great Britain, S & T Memo 9/66 October 1966, 8 pp., 
22 figs., AD 646464 



EXPERIMENTS ON THE STANDING WAVES OF CAR TIRES, 
R. Hattori, N. Miyake , Y. Ichimura & M. Sakamoto, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Nagoya, Japan, 1964, Paper No. 7, 13 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov , I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF RIM WIDTH 
ON DEFORMATIONS IN THE TIRE, G. V. Nadezhdln ; reprint 
Kauchuk I Reiina , 5, 1966, pp. 36-39, translated by 
Chemical Translation Service, Division of Trans-Chem, 
Knoxville, Tenn., 9 pp. 



MATHEMATICAL PREDICTION OF DYNAMIC TIRE BEHAVIOR, 
Carl F. Zorowski, North Carolina State University , 
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department, Raleigh, 
N. C, presented at the Tire Mathematics Symposium, 
Akron Rubber Group, Akron, Ohio, April 23, 1971, 
17 pp., 13 figs. 



THE ROLLING FRICTION OF SEVERAL AIRPLANE WHEELS AND 
TIRES AND THE EFFECT OF ROLLING FRICTION ON TAKE-OFF, 
J. W. Wetmore, National Advisory Committee for 
Aeronautics , Langley Memorial Aeronautical Lab., 
Langley Field, Va., Report No. 583, September 19, 1936, 
8 pp. 



MEASUREMENT OF PNEUMATIC TIRE CONTACT PRESSURE FOR 
STATIC LOADING, Ernest William O'Neil, Jr., North 
Carolina State University , Department of Mechanical & 
Aerospace Engineering, Raleigh, N. C, Contract No. 
ERD-268, prepared for National Bureau of Standards, 
Washington, D. C, June 1969, 79 pp. 



106 



A STUDY OF INTERNAL STRESSES IN STATICALLY DEFORMED 
PNEUMATIC TIRES--A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR THE PNEUMATIC 
TIRE, Carl F. Zorowski & Stanley E. Dunn, Jr., 
North Carolina State University, Mechanical & Aerospace 
Engineering Department, Raleigh, N. C, Contract No. 
CST 376, prepared for National Bureau of Standards, 
Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems 
Section, Washington, D. C, November 1970, 103 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. BIderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov , B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



A STUDY OF INTERNAL STRESSES IN STATICALLY DEFORMED 
PNEUMATIC TIRES--GENERALIZED EQUILIBRIUM EQUATIONS FOR 
THE MEMBRANE SOLUTION OF CIRCULARLY SYMMETRIC DEFORMATION 
OF BIAS PLY PNEUMATIC TIRES, Carl F. Zorowski, Stanley 
E. Dunn, Jr., & Narendra M. Shah, North Carolina State 
University , Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Dept., 
Raleigh, N. C, Contract No. CST 376, prepared for 
National Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
November 1970, 32 pp. 



TAKE THE BIAS OUT OF TIRES? Arturo Chiesa, Pirelli 
S.p.A. , Italy; V. E. Gough, F. B. Jones & W. S. Udall, 
Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Birmingham, England; reprint 
Society of Automotive Engineers Journal, Vol. 73, No. 5, 
May 1965, pp. 32-39 



THE TYRE IS A LINK BETWEEN THE VEHICLE AND THE ROAD, 
P. Bandel, F. Celeri, A. Chiesa & C. Mazza, Pirelli 
S.p.A. , Milano, Italy; Proceedings of the Institution 
of Mechanical Engineers, Automobile Division, Conference 
on Drive-Line Engineering, April 13-17, 1970, Paper 40, 
19 pp. 



CAN DYNAMIC TIRE FORCES BE USED AS A CRITERION OF 
PAVEMENT CONDITION? B. E. Quinn & C . C . Wilson, 
Purdue University , Civil Engineering School, Joint 
Highway Research Project, Lafayette, Ind.; reprint 
Highway Research Record 46 , 1964, pp. 88-100 



DESIGN OF EQUIPMENT FOR DETERMINING SUSPENSION 
CHARACTERISTICS OF HEAVY VEHICLES, James Wilson 
McLemore, Purdue University , Civil Engineering 
School, Joint Highway Research Project, Lafayette, 
Ind., Project No. C-36-52F, August 2, 1963, 53 pp. 



RESEARCH ON ROLLING RESISTANCE OF TIRE, Rokuro Masaki, 
Science University of Tokyo , Faculty of Engineering, 
Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan, Paper No. 3, 
Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., Society of Automotive 
Engineers of Japan, Stability and Control Committee, 
Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 15 pp. 



PRESSURE AND SHEAR FORCE DISTRIBUTION IN THE CONTACT 
PATCH OF A TIRE AT HIGH SPEEDS (DIE DRUCK - UND 
SCHUBVERTEILUNG IN DER AUFSTANDSFLACHE EINES SCHNELL 
ROLLENDEN REIFENS), N. Seitz , Munich, Germany, ATZ 69 
(1967) 8; translated by Fred Belsdorf, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Buffalo, N. Y., August 1967, 
11 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific 6. Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



BEWEGUNGSCLEICHUNCEN UND ERSATZMODELLE DES 
KRAFTFAHRZEUGS IN IHRER BEZIEHUNG ZU DEN MESSERGEBNISSEN 
DES ROLLTROMMELVERSUCHS (LAW OF MOTION & SPACE MODEL OF 
THE AUTOMOBILES IN THEIR RESPECT TO THE MEASUREMENT OF 
THE ROLL DRUM TRIAL), A. Sllbar & K. Desoyer; 
ATZ-Automobiltechnische Zeitschrift , Jahrgang 68, 
Nummer 1/1966, 8 pp. 

CORRELATION OF PROTOTYPE AND SCALE MODEL VEHICLE 
PERFORMANCE IN CUV SOILS, John M. Clark, Jr., 
Southwest Research Institute , San Antonio, Texas; 
H. P. Simon & Carlo Roma, U. S. Army, Transportation 
Research Command, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 1964, SAE Report 
No. 782J, 18 pp. 



CONTACT AREAS OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TYRES, N. W. 
Lister St D. E. Nunn, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire,* England, 
Report No. LR 172, 1968, 16 pp. 



SCALE MODEL AND FULL-SCALE VEHICLE TESTING IN 
COHESIVE CLAY SOILS, Southwest Research Institute , 
Dept. of Automotive Research, San Antonio, Texas, 
Contract No. DA 44-177-TC-788, prepared for U. S. 
Army Transportation Research Command, Fort Eustis, Va. 
TRECOM Technical Report 64-6, May 1964, 46 pp. 



PHOTOGRAPHY OF THE REAL CONTACT AREA OF TYRES DURING 
MOTION, Barbara E. Sabey, & G. N. Lupton, Road Research 
Lab . , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 
England, Report No. LR 64, 1967, 18 pp. 



STANDING WAVE OF THE TIRE, H. Sakai ; reprint Journal 
of the Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan , 
Vol. 19, 1965, p. 504 



EXPERIMENTS ON THE STANDING WAVES OF CAR TIRES, 
R. Hattori, N. Miyake, Y. Ichlmura & M. Sakamoto , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Nagoya, Japan, 1964, Paper No. 7, 13 pp. 



STUDY OF AIRCRAFT TIRES' STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES, 
R. K. Gregory, L. U. Rastrelli & J. E. Minor, 
Southwest Research Institute , San Antonio, Texas, 
Contract No. AF33(657 )-12861, prepared for U. S. Air 
Force, Aeronautical Systems Div., Air Force Systems 
Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
SwRI Project No. 03-1522, July 31, 1967, 195 pp. 



DIE DEFORMATIONEN DES LUFTREIFENS UNTER 
ROTATIONSSYMMETRISCHER BELASTUNG (THE DEFORMATION OF 
THE PNEUMATIC TIRE UNDER ROTATION—SYMMETRICAL LOAD), 
A. SprlnRer ; reprint Plaste und Kautschuk , 14, (9) ( 
1967, pp. 679-683, translated by Chemical Translation 
Service, Division of Trans-Chem, Knoxville, Tenn., 
19 pp. 



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TYRE ROLLING RESISTANCE—AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE 
EFFECTS OF VARIOUS FACTORS ON THE ROLLING RESISTANCE 
OF CAR TYRES, Koji Seki, Shiro Sasaki & Hajime Tsunoda, 
Toyo Rubhpr Industry Company, T.t-ri., Nishl-ku, Osaka, 
Japan; reprint Automobile Engineer , Vol. 59, No. 3, 
March 1969, pp. 88-91 

FORCES ON THE CONTACT PATCH OF THE TYRE, S. Iritani & 
T. Baba, Toyota Motor Co., Ltd. , Toyota, Japan, 
presented at the FISITA Tenth International Automobile 
Technical Congress, Tokyo, Japan, 1964, Paper B-6, 
16 pp. 

AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I.I. Seleznev 6. 

S. M. Tsukerberg , Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 

MODELLING OF TYRES, R. K. Gordon, Tyre Research 
Institute, Moscow, Russia, translated by M. E. Jolley, 
3 pp. 

EQUIPMENT FOR MEASURING FORCES AND MOMENTS ON PASSENGER 
TIRES, H. D. Tarpinian, UNIROYAL Tire Company , Detroit, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690077, 7 pp. 



LOW PRESSURE TIRE DYNAMICS STUDY--PART I, 49 x 17/24FR 
AND 17.00-20/22PR TIRES, Charles E. Booker, U. S. Air 
Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory , Research & 
Technology Div., Air Force Systems Command, Wright- 
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, AFFDL-TR-65-215, 
February 1966, 43 pp. 

STRESSES AND DEFORMATIONS IN MULTI-PLY AIRCRAFT TIRES 
SUBJECT TO INFLATION PRESSURE LOADING, Howell K. Brewer, 
U. S. Air Force , Air Force Flight Dynamics Lab., 
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Technical 
Report AFFDL-TR-70-62, June 1970, 197 pp. 



CORRELATION OF PROTOTYPE AND SCALE MODEL VEHICLE 
PERFORMANCE IN CLAY SOILS, John M. Clark, Jr., 
Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas; 
H. P. Simon & Carlo Roma, U. S. Army , Transportation 
Research Command, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 1964, SAE Report 
No. 782J, 18 pp. 



DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF LOAD SINKAGE RELATIONSHIPS IN 
SOILS AND SNOW, R. A. Liston 6. E. Hegedus, U. S. Army 
Tank Automotive Center , Components Research & Develop- 
ment Labs., Land Locomotion Lab., Warren, Mich., 
Technical Report No. 8692 (LL 100), Project No. 
AMCMS 5016.11.84400, D/A Project. 1-A-O-137001-A-039, 
December 1964, 54 pp. 



EVALUATION OF CONDUAL TIRE MODEL, E. Hegedus, U. S. 



Army Ordnance Tank-Automotive Command , Detroit Arsenal, 
Land Locomotion Lab., Center Line, Mich., Contract No. 
DA-20-089-ORD-39246, Dept. of the Army Project No. 
5B70-05-001, Project No.' TB1-0007, March 1960, 28 pp. 



NORMAL STRESSES AT THE TIRE-SOIL INTERFACE IN YIELDING 
SOILS, A. J. Green, U. S. Army Engineer Waterways 
Experiment Station , Vicksburg, Miss., December 1963, 
16 pp., 15 figs. 



PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF A DRIVEN NON-DEFLECTING TIRE 
IN SOIL, Zoltan J. Janosi, U. S. Army Tank-Automotive 
Center , Land Locomotion Lab., Detroit Arsenal, Center 
Line, Mich., Project No. 5016.11.84400, Dept. of the 
Army Project No. 597-01-006, Report No. 8091, June 
1963, 54 pp. 



STRESSES UNDER MOVING VEHICLES --DISTRIBUTION OF STRESSES 
ON AN UNYIELDING SURFACE BENEATH STATIONARY AND TOWED 
PNEUMATIC TIRES, J. L. McRae & N. R. Murphy, Jr., U. S. 
Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station , Vicksburg, 
Miss., Project No. 1-T-O-21701-A-046, prepared for U. S. 
Army Materiel Command, Washington, D. C, Report No. 4, 
Technical Report No. 3-545, July 1964, 23 pp., 11 figs. 



A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF WET SURFACE SOIL CONDITIONS. 
ON THE PERFORMANCE OF A SINGLE PNEUMATIC -TIRED WHEEL,' 
J. L. Smith, U. S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment 
Station , Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, Miss., Tech. 
Report No. 3-703, November 1965, 55 pp., 23 figs. 

HIGH PROFILE INDUSTRIAL SOLID TIRES--ROLLING RESISTANCE 
AND SKID CHARACTERISTICS, U. S. Naval Supply Research 
& Development Facility , Supply Engineering Division, 
Bayonne, N. J., Engineering Report No. 2.4141, Project 
Group No. NT-003-005, July 1951, 23 pp. 



NEW EQUIPMENT FOR EXPLORING THE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF 
TIRES, Seymour A. Lippmann, U. S. Rubber Tire Company, 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 13-17, 1964, SAE Report No. 794A, 5 pp. 



•A PILOT STUDY ON A 
J. Green, Jr., U. S. 



Army 



DEFLECTION OF MOVING TIRES- 

12 X 22.5 TUBELESS TIRE, A. 

Engineer Waterways Experiment Station , Vicksburg, 

Miss., Report No. 1, Technical Report No. 3-516, July 

1959, 19 pp., 15 figs. 



AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DYNAMIC STABILITY OF STEERING 
SYSTEMS, R. P. LaBarre & B. Mills, University of 
Birmingham , Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham, Report No. 86, 20 pp., 10 figs. 



DEFLECTION OF MOVING TIRES --CENTER -LINE DEFLECTION 
STUDIES THROUGH JULY 1963, M. E. Smith & D. R. Freitag, 
U. S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station , 
Vicksburg, Miss., Project No. 1-V-O-21701-A-046, pre- 
pared for U. S. Army Materiel Command, Washington, D. C. 
Report No. 3, Technical Report No. 3-516, May 1965, 11 
pp. 



DEFLECTION OF MOVING TIRES--TESTS WITH A 12.00-22.5 
TUBELESS TIRE ON ASPHALTIC CONCRETE SAND, AND SILT, 
1959-1960, A. J. Green, Jr., U. S. Army Engineer 
Waterways Experiment Station , Vicksburg, Miss., Report 
No. 2, Technical Report No. 3-516, August 1961, 23 pp., 
23 figs. 



DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF INFLATED MEMBRANES REINFORCED 
WITH EXTENSIBLE CORDS, PARTS I AND II, W. H. Walston and 
W. F. Ames, University of Delaware , Dept. of Mechanical 
Engineering; reprint Textile Research Journal , Vol. 35, 
No. 12, December 1965, pp. 1078-1098 



ON THE LONGITUDINAL WAVE PROPAGATION ON A TRAVELING 
THREADLINE, W. F. Ames, University of Iowa; & A. A. 
Vlcario, Jr., University of Delaware , Newark, Del., 
NBS Contract No. CST-435, prepared for National Bureau 
of Standards, Washington, D. C.; Developments In 
Mechanics , Vol. 5, Proceedings of the 11th Midwestern 
Mechanics Conference: 44, 1969, 16 pp. 



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STRESSES IN CYLINDRICALLY SYMMETRIC MEMBRANES REIN- 
FORCED WITH EXTENSIBLE CORDS, W. F. Ames, University of 
Delaware , Department of Mechanical Engineering, Newark, 
Del.) reprint Journal of the Franklin Institute , Septem- 
ber 1961, Vol. 272, No. 3, pp. 185-190 



INTERNAL CHARACTERISTICS OF 0RTHOTR0PIC LAMINATES, 
S. K. Clark, University of Michigan , Dept. of Engineer- 
ing Mechanics, Ann Arbor, Mich.; reprint Textile 
Research Journal , Vol. 33, No. 11, November 1963, 
pp. 935-953 



A LITERATURE SURVEY ON TRAVELING WAVES FOR WAVE 
PHENOMENA IN TIRES, W. F. Ames, University of Iowa , 
Department of Mechanics & Hydraulics, Iowa City, Iowa, 
Contract No. CST-435, prepared for National Bureau of 
Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, Technical 
Report No. 3, October 15, 1968, 17 pp. 



A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR A TIRE SIDEWALL, S. K. Clark & 
I. K. Mclvor, University of Michigan , Department of 
Engineering Mechanics, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. 
CST - 379, prepared for National Bureau of Standards, 
Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems 
Section, Washington, D. C, February 1970, 31 pp. 



\ ON THE LONGITUDINAL WAVE PROPAGATION ON A TRAVELING 
THREADLINE, W. F. Ames, University of Iowa; & A. A. 
Vicario, Jr., University of Delaware, Newark, Del., 
NBS Contract No. CST-435, prepared for National Bureau 
of Standards, Washington, D. C.; Developments in 
Mechanics , Vol. 5, Proceedings of the 11th Midwestern 
Mechanics Conference: 44, 1969, 16 pp. 



MEASUREMENT OF AIRCRAFT TIRE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES USED 
IN SHIMMY ANALYSIS BY MEANS OF SCALE MODELS, C. H. 
Nybakken, R. N. Dodge & S. K. Clark, University of 
Michigan, Department of Engineering Mechanics & 
Mechanical Engineering, Tire & Suspension Systems 
Research Group, Ann Arbor, Mich., Grant No. NGL 
23-005-010, supported by National Aeronautics & Space 
Administration, Washington, D. C, Technical Report 
No. 11, September 1970, 29 pp. 



WAVE PHENOMENA IN TIRES, W. F. Ames, University of Iowa , 
Department of Mechanics & Hydraulics, Iowa City, Iowa, 
Contract No. CST-435, prepared for National Bureau of 
Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire 
Systems Section, Washington, D. C, Technical Report 
No. 1, December 31, 1967, 12 pp. 



MEASUREMENT OF TIRE SHEAR FORCES, Howard Dugoff & 
B. J. Brown, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700092, 9 pp. 



WAVE PHENOMENA IN TIRES, W. F. Ames, University of Iowa , 
Department of Mechanics & Hydraulics, Iowa City, Iowa, 
Contract No. CST-435, prepared for National Bureau of 
Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, Technical 
Report No. 2, July 15, 1968, 20 pp. 



NEW AREAS FOR TIRE PERFORMANCE METHODS, L. Segel, 
K. C. Ludema & H. J. Dugoff, University of Michigan, 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., 
presented at the American Society for Testing and 
Materials Winter Meeting, Atlantic City, N. J., 
January 28-February 2, 1968, 16 pp. 



WAVE PHENOMENA IN TIRES, William F. Ames, University of 
Iowa, Department of Mechanics & Hydraulics, Iowa City, 
Iowa, NBS Contract No. CST-435, prepared for the 
National Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
Interim Report No. 4, May 1969, 16 pp. 



WAVE PHENOMENA IN TIRES, William F. Ames, University of 
Iowa , Department of Mechanics & Hydraulics, Iowa City, 
Iowa, Contract No. CST-435, prepared for National 
Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, July 1, 1970, 
7 pp. 



THE ROLLING TIRE UNDER LOAD, Samuel K. Clark, University 
of Michigan , Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, East 
Lansing, Mich., Society of Automotive Engineers Report 
No. 650493, 9 pp. 



SIMPLE APPROXIMATIONS FOR FORCE-DEFLECTION 
CHARACTERISTICS OF AIRCRAFT TIRES, Samuel K. Clark, 
University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., Grant 
No. NsG-344, prepared for National Aeronautics & 
Space Administration, Washington, D. C, NASA Report 
No. CR-439, May 1966, 65 pp. 



ON WAVE PROPAGATION IN ONE DIMENSIONAL RUBBERLIKE 
MATERIALS, William F. Ames, University of Iowa, 
Department of Mechanics & Hydraulics, Iowa City, Iowa, 
Contract No. CST-435, prepared for National Bureau of 
Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire 
Systems Section, Washington, D. C, Interim Report 
No. 5, June 1, 1970, 13 pp. 



VERTICAL AND LATERAL STIFFNESS CHARACTERISTICS OF 
AIRCRAFT TIRES, G. H. Nybakken 6. S. K. Clark, 
University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., Grant No. 
NGR 23-005-010, prepared for National Aeronautics & 
Space Administration, Langley Research Center, Langley 
Station, Hampton, Va., NASA CR-1488, December 1969, 20 
pp. 



THE DYNAMIC STIFFNESS OF A PNEUMATIC TIRE MODEL, Richard 
N. Dodge, University of Michigan , Dept. of Engineering 
Mechanics, East Lansing, Mich., Society of Automotive 
Engineers Report No. 650491, 7 pp. 



CONTACT STRESSES IN TOROIDS UNDER RADIAL LOADS, 
H. Fessler & E. Ollerton, University of Nottingham , 
Departments of Civil & Mechanical Engineering; reprint 
British Journal of Applied Physics , Vol. 8, October 
1957, pp. 387-393 



EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN TIRE MECHANICS, Samuel K. Clark, 
University of Michigan , Departments of Engineering, 
Mechanics & Mechanical Engineering, Ann Arbor, Mich., 
presented at the Tire Mathematics Symposium, Akron 
Rubber Group, Akron, Ohio, April 23, 1971, 19 pp. 



WHEEL LOADS AND CONTACT PRESSURES--A THEORETICAL 
COMPARISON OF STRESSES IN ROAD PAVEMENT STRUCTURES 
CAUSED BY SINGLE AND DUAL TYRES, Harry Taylor, 
The University of Sydney , School of Civil Engineering, 
Civil Engineering Labs., Sydney, Australia, Research 
Report No. R 53, August 1965, 28 pp. 



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A DIMENSIONLESS CONSOLIDATION OF WES DATA ON THE 
PERFORMANCE OF SAND UNDER TIRE LOADS, C. J. Nuttall, Jr. 
Wilson, Nuttall, Ralmond Engineers, Inc ., Chestertown, 
Md., Contract No. DA-22-079-eng-262, prepared for 
U. S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, 
Vicksburg, Miss., Project No. 1-V-O-21701-A-046, 
Report No. 3-130, December 1965, 67 pp., AD 626993 



EXTRA WIDE TIRE DEVELOPMENT, James Sidles 6. John F. 
Heimovics, Jr., B. F. Goodrich Co . , Brecksville, Ohio, 
Contract No. AF33(615 )-2036, prepared for Air Force 
Flight Dynamics Lab., Research & Technology Div., Air 
Force Systems Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio., AFFDL-TR-65-217, April 1966, 34 pp., AD 483 295 



TIRE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE 

RUBBER A $16 BILLION INDUSTRY TURNS ON TIRES, Earl V. 
Anderson , Senior Editor; Chemical & Engineering News , 
July 14, 1969, pp. 39-83 



HIGH-SPEED TIRE PERFORMANCE, T. J. P. Joy, 
D. C. Hartley & D. M. Turner, Avon India Rubber 
Company, Ltd. ; reprint Society of Automotive Engineers 
Journal , Vol. 64, No. 4, March 1956, pp. 26-27 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman , R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70- 16410 



FACTORS OF TIRE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE AFFECTING 
UNIFORMITY, J. A. Davisson, Goodyear Tire 6. Rubber Co . 
Akron, Ohio, presented to the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 17-21, 1965, 
SAE Report No. 650521, 10 pp. 



IMPROVEMENTS IN MATERIALS IN PASSENGER CAR TIRES, 
J. A. Davisson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co ., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year 
Meeting, Detroit, Mich., June 6-10, 1966, SAE Report 
No. 660377, 11 pp. 

MATHEMATICS UNDERLYING THE DESIGN OF PNEUMATIC TIRES, 
John F. Purdy, Goodyear Tire 6. Rubber Company , 
Development Department, Akron, Ohio, 1963, 230 pp. 



MATHEMATICS UNDERLYING THE DESIGN OF TIRES, W. W. 
Curtiss, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio, 
presented to the Tire Mathematics Symposium, Akron 
Rubber Group, Akron, Ohio, April 23, 1971, 37 pp. 



EQUILIBRIUM CASING SHAPES— THE COMPUTER APPROACH TO 
TYRE DESIGN, Dunlop Rubber Company, Ltd. , Fort Dunlop 
Birmingham, England, Company Information Article 
No. 1262, September 1965, 4 pp. 



THE ROLE OF TYRES IN AUTOMOBILE DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE, 
T. French & V. E. Gough, Dunlop Rubber Company, Limite d, 
Birmingham, England, 20 pp. 



THE TYRE AND ITS TREAD PATTERN, Dunlop Rubber Company , 
Ltd . , Technical Presentation Marketing Div., 
Birmingham, England, prepared for U. K. Tyre Group, 
Fort Dunlop, Erdlngton, Birmingham, England, Serial 
No. 1338H, April 1966, 9 pp. 



TYRE DESIGN, G. F. Morton, Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd., 
Tyre Materials & Testing, Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, 
England; reprint Institution of the Rubber Industry 
Proc , Vol. 13, December 1966, pp. P214-P247 



TIRE ENGINEERING AND DEVELOPMENT --TIRE DESIGN, PART I, 
M. A. Wilson & W. G. Burket, Goodyear Tire 6. Rubber 
Company , Tire Engineering, Akron, Ohio, 17 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser , 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, 1. I. Seleznev 6. 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 

AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov , I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



ECONOMIC REPORT ON THE MANUFACTURE AND DISTRIBUTION 
OF AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, Federal Trade Commission , 
Washington, D. C, March 1966, 117 pp. 



FACTORS AFFECTING PASSENGER TIRE TRACTION ON THE WET 
ROAD, J. D. Kelley, Jr., Firestone Tire & Rubber Co ., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680138, 13 pp. 



RECENT TRENDS IN TYRE COMPOUNDING, 

reprint Institution of the Rubber Industry Proc . 

Vol. 13, December 1966, pp. P248-P260 



BIAS ANGLE VERSUS RADIAL PLY VERSUS BIAS BELTED TIRES- 
MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION COMPARISONS, Kenneth R. 
Alexander, B. F. Goodrich Tire Co ., Brecksville, Ohio, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680386, 5 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov , B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12, 382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I.I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific 6> Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



TYRE CONSTRUCTION ADVANCES SIGNIFICANT TO THE DESIGNER, 
L. J. K. Setrlght ; Automotive Design Engineering , Vol. 
8, April 1969, pp. 36-40 



110 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg , Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



WHEEL AND STEERING ALIGNMENT TECHNICAL MANUAL, John 
Rpan D1V., FMC Corp., Lansing, Mich., 1967, 111 pp. 



TIRES--THEIR SELECTION AND CARE, F. C. Brenner, 
National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
November 1970, 28 pp. 



PROBLEMS OF OBTAINING MULTIPLE OPTIMA IN PASSENGER CAR 
TIRE PERFORMANCE, W. J. Dobie, UNIROYAL, Inc ., Detroit, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, SAE 
Report No. 690511, 4 pp., 8 figs. 



GEARING THE VEHICLE TO THE ROAD, E. F. Burton, H. B. 
Hindin & W. S. McDowell, U. S. Rubber Co ., Detroit, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
National West Coast Meeting, Portland, Ore., August 
1961, SAE Report No. 387B, 5 pp. 



MANUFACTURING COMPARISONS—BIAS ANGLE, BIAS BELTED, 
AND RADIAL PLY TIRES, A. J. Saulino, U. S. Rubber 
Tire Co., Div. of UNIROYAL, Inc., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 1968, SAE Report No. 
680387, 4 pp. 



WHEEL MANUFACTURERS OFFICIAL SAFETY STANDARDS CHART, 
N ational Wheel & Rim Asso ciation. Jacksonville, Fla., 
No. J3, 1964, 2 pp. 



TIRE REPAIR METHODS AND MATERIALS, Calvin W. Cole, 
Retreading Research Associates, Inc ., McLean, Va., 
Contract No. FH-11-7196, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. FHW-1028, October 1, 1970, 
40 pp. 



CARE AND SERVICE OF PASSENGER CAR TIRES, Rubber 
Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., 1968, 
23 pp. 

CARE AND SERVICE OF TRUCK TIRES, Rubber Manufacturers 
Association , New York, N. Y., 1969, 35 pp. 



TIRE MAINTENANCE 

WHEEL ALIGNMENT MANUAL, Ammco Tools. Inc. . North Chicago 
111., No. 1300, January 1966, 44 pp. 



HOW TO PERFORM THE COMPLETE WHEEL ALIGNMENT JOB, 
Automotive Part s Rebuilders Association. Inc ., 
Rockville, Md., 1967, 103 pp. 



HOW TO GET EXTRA SERVICE FROM FARM TIRES, Rnhher 
Manufacturers Association . New York, N. Y., 1966, 19 pp. 



INDUSTRIAL AND SPECIAL SERVICE TIRES, Rubber Man u- 
facturer s Association . New York, N. Y., 1966, 23 pp. 



OFF THE HIGHWAY TIRES --MAINTENANCE MANUAL, RubhfiX 
Manufacturers AssoHaHnn, New York, N. Y., 1965, 40 pp. 



PATCH, REPAIR, (SELF-VULCANIZING, HOT, FOR INNER TUBES 
AND TUBELESS TIRES), Federal Specification ZZ-P-112c, 
General Services Administration, August 17, 1967, 8 pp. 



RMA MANUAL FOR PUNCTURE REPAIR OF PASSENGER CAR TIRES, 
Rubber Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., 
1968, 6 pp. 



TIRE, PNEUMATIC: RETREADED AND REPAIRED, Federal Speci- 
fication ZZ-T-00441c, General Services Administration , 
Washington, D. C, December 31, 1969, 39 pp. 



TIRE REBUILDING AND TIRE AND TUBE REPAIR MATERIALS, 
Federal Specification ZZ-T-416d, General Services 
Administration , Washington, D. C, October 27, 1967, 
27 pp. 

EFFECT OF TIRE MAINTENANCE, George A. Kling, General 
Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio, SAE Report No. 
650059; Truck Tire Economics , Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., SP 265, pp. 12-16 



RECAPPING AND REPAIR OF TRUCK TIRES, C. W. Adams, 
B. F. Goodrich Tire Company , Retread & Repair Material 
Development, Brecksville, Ohio; Truck Tire Trends, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 1963, pp. 19-22 



RMA RECOMMENDED MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR RETREADED AND 
REPAIRED TIRES FOR PASSENGER CARS, MULTIPURPOSE 
PASSENGER VEHICLES, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, BUSES AND 
M0TORCYCLES--RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INITIAL SAFETY 
STANDARDS FOR NEWLY RETREADED PASSENGER CAR TIRES, 
Rubber Manufacturers Association , New York, N. Y., 
November 6, 1968, 2 pp. 



RMA TIRE INSPECTION GUIDE, Rubber Manufacturers 
Association, New York, N. Y., January 1970, 4 pp. 



TIRE, PNEUMATIC: RETREADED AND REPAIRED, Military 
Specification MIL-T-62016(MO), U. S. Department of 
Defense , Washington, D. C, December 17, 1964, 24 pp. 



VISUAL INSPECTION GUIDE FOR PNEUMATIC TIRES 
(NONALRCRAFT), MIL-STD-1224, U. S. Department of Defense 
Washington, D. C, September 15, 1960, 134 pp. 



ALIGNMENT SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM, Tnhn Rgan lHv. , 
FMC Corp., Lansing, Mich., 1964, 28 pp., 27 figs. 



OFFICIAL TRUCK AND BUS WHEEL ALIGNING SPECIFICATIONS, 
John Bean Div ., FMC Corp., Lansing, Mich., No. L-2611- 
67, 1967, 101 pp. 



TIRE NOISE 



WHEEL ALIGNMENT MANUAL FOR 1967 PASSENGER CARS, .Tnhn 
Bfiau-DJUi., FMC Corp., Lansing, Mich., No. 1067, 91 pp. 



THE NOISE TRUCKS MAKE--REPORT OF TESTS, Lewis C. 
Kibbee, American Trucking Associations, Inc ., 
Washington, D. C, September 1964, 16 pp., 11 figs. 



111 



AN INVESTIGATION OF THE CONTROL OF TIRE THUMP BY TIRE 
SHAPE, Guy J. Sanders, Armour Research Foundation , 
Illinois Institute of Technology; Society of Automotive 
Engineers Transactions, Vol. 67, 1959, pp. 44-50 



THE MECHANISM OF TIRE THUMP AND ROUGHNESS, H. S. Radt, 
Jr., Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers National 
Automobile Week, Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, 
Mich., March 13-17, 1961, Report No. 322C, 28 pp. 



HIGH-SPEED TIRE PERFORMANCE, T. J. P. Joy, 
D. C. Hartley & D. M. Turner, Avon India Rubber 
Company, Ltd . ; reprint Society of Automotive Engineers 
Journal , Vol. 64, No. 4, March 1956, pp. 26-27 



THE SOUND OF TYRES, Dunlop Rubber Company, 
Marketing Div., Birmingham, England, 8 pp. 



Ltd., 



TIRES FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE CARS, T. J. P Joy, D. C. 
Hartley & D. M. Turner, Avon India Rubber Co., Ltd. , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Golden Anniversary Summer Meeting, Atlantic City, 
N. J., June 15, 1955; reprint SAE Transactions , Vol. 
64, 1956, pp. 319-333 



TYRE TREAD PATTERN NOISE, J. R. K. Parry, Avon Rubber 
Company, Ltd .; Motor Trader , September 1968, p. 68 



EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE AIRBORNE NOISE GENERATED BY 
PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE TIRES, Francis M. Wiener, 
Bolt Beranek 6« Newman Inc ., Cambridge, Mass.; reprint 
Noise Control , July/August 1960, pp. 161-64 



TIRE NOISE PROBLEM - I, Bolt Beranek & Newman, Inc. , 
Cambridge, Mass., prepared for E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
Co., Industrial Products Lab., Newport, Del., Job No. 
5011, Report No. 458, January 31, 1957, 19 pp., 23 figs. 



TIRE NOISE PROBLEM - II, Bolt Beranek & Newman, Inc. , 
Cambridge, Mass., prepared for E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Industrial Products Lab., Newport, Del., 
Job. No. 20024, Report No. 523, October 16, 1957, 
19 pp., 1 fig. 



TIRE NOISE PROBLEM -- III, Bolt Beranek & Newman, Inc., 
Cambridge, Mass., prepared for E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Industrial Products Lab., Newport, Del., 
Job No. 20088, Report No. 545, February 12, 1958, 16 pp. 



TIRE NOISE RESEARCH--THE DETERMINATION OF THE DAMPING 
CHARACTERISTICS OF TIRE CORD AND TIRE RUBBER, Bolt 
Beranek & Newman, Inc ., Cambridge, Mass., prepared for 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours 6< Company, Industrial Products 
Lab., Newport, Del., Job. No. 20,156, Report No. 597, 
November 18, 1958, 36 pp., 21 figs. 



URBAN HIGHWAY NOISE: MEASUREMENT, SIMULATION AND 
MIXED REACTIONS, William J. Galloway, Welden E. Clark 
& Jean S. Kerrick, Bolt Beranek Si Newman, Inc., 
Cambridge, Md . , Report No. 1505, Report of Project 
NCHRP 3-7, November 1968, 268 pp. 



THE QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ROAD SURFACE NOISE, 
J. S. Pollard, British Pavements , Canterbury, England, 
presented at the New Zealand Roading Conference, June 
1961, 10 pp. 



SQUEAL OF TIRES ROUNDING CURVES, Joseph Barnett, 
Bureau of Public Roads , Urban Highway Branch, 
Washington, D. C; Highway Research Board Bulletin , 
Vol. 51, 1952, pp. 1-16 



VEHICLE SENSITIVITY TO TIRE DISTURBANCES, L. M. Wallace, 
Chrysler Corp . , Detroit, Mich., presented to the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 17- 
21, 1965, SAE Report No. 650520, 8 pp. 



TIRE DYNAMICS- -EFFECT ON NOISE AND VIBRATION, J. W. 
Liska & J. Sidles, Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , 
Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers National Automobile Week, Sheraton-Cadillac 
Hotel, Detroit, Mich., March 13-17, 1961, SAE Report 
No. 322F, 12 pp., 7 figs. 



TRUCK TIRE N0ISE--PR0BLEMS AND SOLUTIONS, T. A. 
Robertson & J. H. Cox, Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , 
Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Summer Meeting, Atlantic City, N. J., 
June 8-13, 1958, SAE Report No. 56B, 7 pp. 



TOOLS AND METHODS FOR AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE NOISE AND 
VIBRATION TESTING, A. M. Sogoian & W. V. Paliga, 
Ford Motor Company , Test Engineering Department, 
Dearborn, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670162, 
20 pp. 



QUIETER AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES, David C. Apps, General 
Motors Proving Ground , Noise and Vibration Lab., 
Warren, Mich.; reprint Noise Control , Vol. 1, No. 2, 
March 1955, pp. 41-44, 64 

QUIETING NOISE MATHEMATICALLY--ITS APPLICATION TO 
SNOW TIRES, John H. Varterasian, General Motors Corp. 
Research Labs., Warren, Mich., Society of Automotive 
Engineers Report No. 690520, 12 pp. 



TIRE THUMP: ITS MECHANISM AND MEASUREMENT, David C. 
Apps & George M. Vanator, General Motors Proving Ground , 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Golden Anniversary Passenger-Car Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich, March 1, 1955; SAE Transactions , Vol. 63, 
1955, pp. 787-802 

TRUCK TIRES --EFFECTS OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION ON 
WEAR AND NOISE, R. H. Spelman, General Tire & Rubber 
Company , Warren, Mich.; Truck Tire Trends , Society of 
Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 1963, pp. 1-4 



MECHANICS OF TIRE SQUEAL, R. F. Miller, B. F. Goodrich 
Company , Research Center, Brecksville, Ohio; & J. G. 
Slaby, National Aeronautics & Space Administration, 
Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Summer Meeting, 
Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago, 111., June 5-10, 1960, 
SAE Report No. 186D, 10 pp. 



THE ORIGIN OF TIRE SQUEAL-II. TIRE SQUEAL CALCULATION 
FROM MATERIALS PROPERTIES, N. M. Trivisonno, J. R. 
Beatty 6. R. F. Miller, B. F. Goodrich Company, Research 
Center, Brecksville, Ohio; Kautschuk und Gummi 
Kunststoffe , 20 Jahrgang, Nr. 5/1967, pp. 278-288 



TIRE NOISE, W. F. Perkins & W. F. Billingsley, 
B. F. Goodrich Company , Brecksville, Ohio, presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers National Passenger 
Car, Body, and Materials Meeting, Detroit, Mich., 
March 6-8, 1951, SAE Report No. 593, 7 pp. 



112 



DESIGN AND APPLICATION OF COMMERCIAL TYPE TIRES, 
J. A. Davlsson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company , 
Tire Development Div., Tire Design Research, Akron, 
Ohio, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. SP-344, 
January 1969, 39 pp. 

TIRE UNIFORMITY, M. G. Anderson, Goodyear Tire 6. Rubber 
Company , Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers National Automobile Week, Sheraton- 
Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, Mich., March 13-17, 1961, 
SAE Report No. 322B, 5 pp., 2 figs. 



THE QUEST FOR QUIET, Bernle Swart ; reprint Fleet 
Owner, Vol. 60, No. 2, February 1965, pp. 85-92 



TRANSPORTATION NOISE ENVIRONMENTS OF THE TRAVELER AND 
THE SPECTATOR, William H. Close, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , Office of Noise Abatement, 
Environmental Research Div., Washington, D. C, 
presented at the Institute of Environmental Sciences 
15th Annual Meeting, April 20-24, 1969, 16 pp., 8 figs., 
PB 183 549 



TRENDS IN TRUCK TIRE TRACTION, NOISE, AND FUEL 
CONSUMPTION, D. H. Carson, Goodyear Tire 6. Rubber 
Company , Akron, Ohio; Truck Tire Trends, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 1963, pp. 5-10 



TIRE TREAD NOISE ANALYZER, S. A. Lippmann & 
K. A. Ferguson, U. S. Rubber Company , Tire Development 
Department, Detroit, Mich.; reprint Electronics , 
Vol. 23, November 1950, pp. 84-87 



REIFENGERAUSCHE - FAHRZEUGGERAUSCHE (TIRE NOISE — 
VEHICLE NOISE), H. Luetgebrune , Hannover; Automobil - 
technlsche Zeltschrift, Vol. 57, No. 6, June 1955, 
pp. 170-2 



TIRES IN AUTOMOTIVE VIBRATION PROBLEMS, Seymour A. 
Lippmann, United States Rubber Company , Detroit, Mich.; 
reprint Noise Control , Vol. 2, May 1956, pp. 41-43 



UBER DEN LARM DES STRASSENVERKEHRS (ON THE NOISE OF 
STREET TRAFFIC), E. J. Rathe', Materialprufungsanstalt , 
Abteilung fur Akustik und Larmbek'ampfung, Dubendorf, 
Germany; reprint Acustlca , Vol. 17, 1966, pp. 268-277 



PLANE VIBRATION CHARACTERISTICS OF A PNEUMATIC TIRE 
MODEL, J. T. Tielking, University of Michigan , Dept. 
of Engineering Mechanics, Ann Arbor, Mich., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 17-21, 1965, SAE Report No. 650492, 
6 pp. 



THE INFLUENCE OF DESIGN PARAMETERS ON THE SHOCK- 
ABSORBING CAPACITY, ROAD-HOLDING AND NOISE-LEVEL OF 
CAR TYRES, B. Yurkovski, V. A. Astrov & A. V. Ivanteev, 
Moscow Tyre Works ; translated by P. G. Williams; 
Kauchuk 1 Rezlna , Vol. 26, No. 5, 1967, pp. 30-33 



THE REDUCTION OF ROAD-NOISE IN A SMALL SALOON CAR, 
J. C. Dixon & J. West, The Motor Industry Research 
Association , Lindley, Nr. Nuneaton, Warwickshire, 
England, Report No. 1965/3, December 1964, 14 pp. 



EINFLUSSGRO'SSEN DES RADGERAUSCHES (FACTORS 
CONTRIBUTING TO WHEEL NOISE), Gunther Engler, 
VEB Wissenschaftlich - Technisches Zentrum Automobilbau; 
Kraft fahrzeugtechnik , Vol. 14, No. 12, December 1964, 
pp. 443-446; translated by W. D. Arnot, Motor Industry 
Research Association, Lindley, near Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England, M.I.R.A. Translation No. 21/65 



TIRE RATING SYSTEMS 



MECHANICS OF TIRE SQUEAL, R. F. Miller, B. F. Goodrich 
Company, Research Center, Brecksville, Ohio; & J. G. 
Slaby, National Aeronautics & Space Administration , 
Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Summer Meeting, 
Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago, 111., June 5-10, 1960, 
SAE Report No. 186D, 10 pp. 



THE NOISE OF TYRES; Mileage , December 1968, pp. 8-10 



NOISE REDUCTION- -A SERIES OF ARTICLES DEVOTED TO CURRENT 
DEVELOPMENTS IN ALL SECTIONS OF VEHICLE DESIGN; 
Automobile Engineer , Vol. 59, No. 11, October 1969, 
pp. 396-412 

TRANSMISSION OF TYRE VIBRATIUNS, A. Chiesa, L. Oberto 
& L. Tamburinl, Pirelli S.p.A, Rubber Labs., Milan, 
Italy; Automobile Engineer , Vol. 54, No. 13, December 
1964, pp. 520-530 



A TIRE PERFORMANCE RATING SYSTEM FOR VEHICLE SAFETY, 
E. J. Heitzman, Automobile Development Associates , 
Princeton, N. J., New York, N. Y., Report No. 4-1, 
March 1966, 29 pp. 



DISCUSSION OF SOME PROBLEMS IN THE UNIFORM QUALITY 
GRADING OF TIRES AND SUGGESTED SOLUTIONS, F. Cecil 
Brenner, National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle 
Systems Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, 
D. C, Contract No. FH- 11-6090, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, NBS Report No. 10 535, 
June 5, 1970, 18 pp. 



INVESTIGATION OF SYSTEMS TO REPLACE PLY RATING/LOAD 
RANGE FOR TRUCK, BUS, AND TRAILER TIRES, F. C. Brenner 
& A. Kondo, National Bureau of Standards , Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems Section, 
Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6090, prepared 
for Federal Highway Administration, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, National Highway Safety Research Center, 
Washington, D. C, May 1969, 5 pp. 



REDUCING ROAD N0ISE--AN INTERESTING TECHNIQUE TO OBTAIN 
OBJECTIVE RESULTS; The Autocar , June 28, 1957, pp. 918- 
919 

EVALUATION— STUDDED TIRES, J. L. A. Salois & A. R. 
Cousins, Royal Canadian Air Force , Central Experimental 
and Proving Establishment, Report No. 1782, 3 pp. 



SIMULATION OF TYRE TREAD PATTERN NOISE; Plastics & 
Rubber Weekly , October 1968 



RESEARCH FOR A UNIFORM QUALITY GRADING SYSTEM FOR 
TIRES — PART I. BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE, F. Cecil 
Brenner, National Bureau of Standards , Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems Section, 
Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6090, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal 
tfighway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, NBS Report No. 10 066, July 1969, 
8 PP« Rubber Chemistry & Technology . Vol. 42, No. 5, 
December 1969, pp. 1446-1449 



113 



RESEARCH FOR A UNIFORM QUALITY GRADING SYSTEM FOR 
TIRES--PART II. WHEEL SPEED CAPABILITY TEST, F. C. 
Brenner, J. Mandel & B. G. Slmson, National Bureau of 
Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire 
Systems Section, Washington, D. C, Contract No. 
FH-11-6090, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
NBS Report No. 10 067, July 1969, 19 pp« Rubber 
Chemistry & Technology , Vol. 42, No. 5, December 1969, 

pp. 1450-1461 

RESEARCH FOR A UNIFORM QUALITY GRADING SYSTEM FOR TIRES 
III. BREAKING ENERGY, B. G. Slmson, J. Mandel & F. C. 
Brenner, National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle 
Systems Research, Washington, D. C.J Rubber Chemistry 6. 
Technology , Vol. 43, No. 2, March 1970, pp. 356-369 



COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON UNIFORM TIRE QUALITY 
GRADING SYSTEM--PASSENGER CARS (23 CFR Part 255, 
Docket No. 25, Notice No. 1), Rubber Manufacturers 
Association , New York, N. Y., July 15, 1968, 7 pp. 



THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEANINGFUL TIRE PERFORMANCE MEASURE- 
MENTS, Irmin 0. Kamm, Stevens Institute of Technology, 
Davidson Lab., Hoboken, N. J., Report No. 751, December 
1966, 21 pp. 



TIRE REINFORCING SYSTEMS AND MATERIALS 

EFFECT OF CROSSLINKING ON FLATSPOTTING OF NYLON 6 TIRE 
YARN, C. Cipriani, P. V. Papero & M. S. Moore, Allied 
Chemical Corporation , Fibers Division, Petersburg, Va., 
& J. Menkart, Harris Research Laboratories, Incorpo- 
rated, Allied Chemical Corporation Report No. M-4, 
October 1965, 22 pp. 



EFFECTS OF TIRE CONSTRUCTION ON FLATSPOTTING 
by H. E. Muller, Allied Chemical Corporation , Fibers 
Division, Petersburg, Virginia, Report No. M-ll, May, 
1967, 10 pp. 

FACTORS AFFECTING STRENGTH OF NYLON 6, B. T. Hayes, 
P. V. Papero & D. C. Prevorsek, Allied Chemical Corpo- 
ration, Fibers Division, Petersburg, Va., Report No. 
M-12, May 1967, 13 pp. 



CALCULATION OF STRESS AND DEFORMATION APPEARING IN 
PNEUMATIC TIRES UNDER ROTATION, B. L. Bukhin ; reprint 
Reschet na Prochnost, No. 6, 56, Moscow 1960 



ENERGY METHOD FOR CALCULATING STRESSES IN RUBBERIZED 
CYLINDRICAL PLY CASINGS, V. L. Biderman & B. L. Bukhin ; 
reprint Teck. Nauk. Mekh. Mashlnostroenie , No. 6, 77, 
1959 



TEXTILES IN TYRES, Dunlop Rubber Company, Ltd ., 
Fort Dunlop, Technical Presentation Marketing Dlv. 
Birmingham, England, Serial No. 1259, March 1965, 
8 pp. 



CHARACTERIZATION OF CORD FATIGUE IN TIRES, K. R. 
Williams, J. W. Hannell & J. M. Swanson, E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Co . , Textile Fibers Dept., Rayon Research 
Div., Richmond, Va.; reprint Industrial and Engineering 
Chemistry , April 1953, Vol. 45, No. 4, pp. 796-800 



CORD STRESSES IN INFLATED TIRES, Herbert G. Lauterbach 
it William F. Ames. E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. 
Inc. , Wilmington, Del.; reprint Textile Research 
Journal, November 1959, Vol. XXIX, No. 11, pp. 890-900 



FATIGUE FAILURE IN NYLON REINFORCED TIRES, Ralph G. 
Patterson & Robert K. Anderson, E. I. du Pont de Nemours 



& Co., Inc. , Textile Fibers Dept. 



Wilmington, Del., 
of Rubber Chemistry, 



presented at a meeting of the Div 
American Chemical Society, Miami Beach, Florida, May 
4-7, 1965; reprint Rubber Chemistry and Technology , 
November 1965, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 832-839 



MECHANISM OF BIAS FILAMENT RUPTURE IN FATIGUE OF NYLON, 
Ralph G. Patterson, E.I, du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc. 



Textile Fibers Department, Wilmington, Del.; reprint 
Rubber Chemistry and Technology , December 1966, Vol. 39, 
No. 5, pp. 1382-1389 



METHODS FOR MEASURING STATIC STRAINS IN AUTOMOBILE 
TIRES, Bernhard Weickert, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Co., Inc. , Textile Fibers Dept., Industrial Products 
Research Lab., Wilmington, Delaware; reprint Textile 
Research Journal , Vol. 32, September 1962, pp. 705-710 



FUNDAMENTAL PROPERTY CONSIDERATIONS IN TAILORING A NEW 
FIBER —A NEW APPROACH TO TIRE YARN, P. V. Papero, 
R. B. Mumford & E. T. Kubu, Allied Chemical Corporation. 
Fibers Division, Petersburg, Va., Report No. M-l, 
April, 1965, 8 pp. 



NEW AND IMPROVED TIRE FIBERS FOR THE 1970'S, John W. 
Hannell, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Inc. , 
Textile Fibers Department, Wilmington, Del., January 23, 
1970, 8 pp. 



THE MECHANISM OF TIRE FLATSPOTTING AND ITS RELATION TO 
FIBER PROPERTIES, H. J. Oswald, P. V. Papero & R. C. 
Wlncklhofer, Allied Chemical Corporation , Fibers 
Division, Petersburg, Va., Report No. M-2, July 1965, 
14 pp. 



RESPONSES TO ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES AND AN EQUATION 
OF STATE FOR NYLON YARN, Bernard H. Eckstein, Earl H. 
Olson & William F. Ames, E. I. d u Pont de Nemours & Co .i 
Inc., Wilmington, Del. 
Journal, Vol. 28, No. 



reprint Textile Research 
8, August 1958, pp. 701-707 



A FLYWHEEL IMPACT TEST FOR MEASURING PHYSICAL 
PROPERTIES OF TIRE CORDS, J. P. Parker & C. S. Kemic, 
American Enka Corporation , Enka, N. C; reprint 
Journal of Applied Polymer Science , Vol. 6, No. 21, 
1962, pp. 255-263 



STRESSES IN DEFLECTED TIRES, William F. Ames & Herbert 
G. Lauterbach, E. I. du Pont de Nemours &■ Company, Inc . 
Wilmington, Del., 7 pp. 



ENERGY METHOD FOR CALCULATING STRESSES IN RUBBERIZED 
CYLINDRICAL PLY CASINGS, V. L. Biderman & B. L. Bukhin; 
reprint Teck. Nauk. Mekh. Mashlnostroenie , No. 6, 77, 
1959 



AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TIRE CORD FATIGUE, by 
W. G. Klein, M. M. Piatt, and W. J. Hamburger, Fabric 
Research Laboratories. Incorporated. Dedham, Massachu- 
setts; reprint Textile Research Journal , Vol. 32, No. 5, 
Hay, 1962, 16 pp. 



114 



FAILURE PHENOMENA IN TIRE REINFORCING SYSTEMS, 
G. A. M. Butterworth, Milton M. Piatt, Robert E. 
Erlandson & Leo Barish, Fabric Research Laboratories , 
Inc., Dedham, Mass., prepared under Contract No. CST 378, 
National Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C; 
presented at the Akron Rubber Group, Inc. Winter Meeting, 
January 23, 1970, 13 pp., 22 figs. 



PHENOMENOLOGICAL RESEARCH ON FAILURE MECHANISMS OF 
CORD REINFORCED RUBBER SYSTEMS, G. A. M. Butterworth, 
M. M. Piatt, R. E. Erlandson & S. D. Hoenshell, 
Fabric Research Labs., Inc., Dedham, Mass., Contract 
No. CST 378, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, 
D. C, Progress Report No. 1, November 1, 1967, 6 pp. 
PB 185 107 



PHENOMENOLOGICAL RESEARCH ON FAILURE MECHANISMS OF 
CORD REINFORCED RUBBER SYSTEMS, G. A. M. Butterworth, 
M. M. Piatt, R. E. Erlandson, S. D. Hoenshell, & 
L. Barish, Fabric Research Labs., Inc ., Dedham, Mass., 
Contract No. CST 378, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, 
D. C, FRL Case No. C67891, Progress Report No. 2, 
October 1, 1968, 66 pp., PB 185 107 



EFFECT OF CR0SSL1NKING ON FLATSPOTTING OF NYLON 6 TIRE 
YARN, C. Cipriani, P. V. Papero & M. S. Moore, Allied 
Chemical Corporation, Fibers Division, Petersburg, Va., 
and J. Menkart, Harris Research Laboratories , Incorpo- 
rated, Allied Chemical Corporation Report No. M-4, 
October 1965, 22 pp. 

THE EFFECT OF THE DESIGN OF TYRES ON THEIR STRENGTH 
AND FATIGUE LIFE, B. Yurkovski, Moscow Tyre Works , 
Motor Transport Research Institute, translated by 
P. G. Williams, 2 pp. 



MEASUREMENT AND PREDICTION OF CORD STRAINS AND LOADING 
IN INFLATED PNEUMATIC TIRES, Carl F. Zorowski & Stanley 
E. Dunn, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 
N. C, Contract No. ERD-242, prepared for Chemstrand 
Research Center, Triangle Park, Durham, N. C, November 
1967, 65 pp. 



A STUDY OF INTERNAL STRESSES IN STATICALLY DEFORMED 
PNEUMATIC TIRES, Carl F. Zorowski, North Carolina 
State University , Department of Mechanical & 
Aerospace Engineering, Raleigh, N. C, Interim 
Progress Report CST-376, February 1969, 15 pp. 



PHENOMENOLOGICAL RESEARCH ON FAILURE MECHANISMS OF 
CORD REINFORCED RUBBER SYSTEMS: AN EXPERIMENTAL 
TECHNIQUE FOR THE OBSERVATION AND MEASUREMENT OF 
CORD DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR, Leo Barish, G. A. M. 
Butterworth, & M. M. Piatt, Fabric Research Labs., Inc. 
Dedham, Mass., Contract No. CST378, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of 
Standards, Washington, D. C, Progress Report No. 3, 
January 15, 1969, 5 pp., 6 figs. 



TRUCK TIRE CONSTRUCTION--TUBELESS--DUPLEX, A. 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio; 



F. Weber, 
Truck 



Tire Trends , Society of Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 
1963, pp. 11-14 



GLASS-FIBER CORDS AND THEIR USE AS REINFORCEMENT FOR 
MECHANICAL RUBBER GOODS, A. Marzocchi, Owens-Corning 
Flberglas Corporation , Industrial Product Development 
Section, Ashton, R. I., presented at The American So- 
ciety of Mechanical Engineers Winter Annual Meeting, 
Philadelphia, Pa., November 17-22, 1963, ASME Paper 
No. 63-WA-309, 4 pp. 



GLASS FIBER REINFORCED RUBBER PRODUCTS, Alfred 
Marzocchi and Robert G. Henderson, Owens-Corning Flber- 
glas Corporation , presented to Society of Automotive 
Engineers International Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Michigan, January 11-15, 1965, SAE Report No 
977A, 5 pp. 



DYNACOR RAYON TIRE CORD, FMC Corporation , American 
Viscose Division, Marcus Hook, Pa., Technical Service 
Bulletin V-24R, 1966, 21 pp. 



RAYON TIRE CORD, FMC Corporation , American Viscose 
Division, Marcus Hook, Pa., Technical Service Bulletin 
V-2LR, 1966, 48 pp. 



GLASS FIBERS AS A TEXTILE FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS, 
Alfred Marzocchi, Owens-Corning Flberglas Cor poration , 
Industrial Product Development Laboratory, Ashton, 
R. I., presented at a meeting of The American Associa- 
tion of Textile Chemists and Colorists, Cranston, R. I. 
February 1, 1963; reprint American Dyestuff Reporter , 
July 8, 1963, pp. 40-48 



STRESS-STRAIN PROPERTIES OF TIRE CORDS AS A FUNCTION OF 
TEMPERATURE AND RATE OF EXTENSION, E. W. Lothrop, Jr., 
FMC Corporation , American Viscose Division, Marcus Hook, 
Pa.) reprint Applied Polymer Symposia , John Wiley and 
Sons, Inc., Vol. 5, pp. 111-124, 1965 



GLASS FIBERS IN INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS, A. Marzocchi, 
and M. J. Rooney, Owens-Corning Flberglas Corporation , 
Ashton, R. I., American Chemical Society, Phoenix, 
Arizona, January 19, 1966, 11 pp., 9 figures 



HIGH SPEED TENSILE TESTING OF TIRE TEXTILES, K. B. 

O'Neil, M. F. Dague & J. E. Kimmel, Goodyear Tire & 

Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio; Applied Polymer Symposia , 
No. 5, 1967, pp. 41-51 



IMPROVEMENTS IN MATERIALS IN PASSENGER CAR TIRES, 
J. A. Davisson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co ., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year 
Meeting, Detroit, Mich., June 6-10, 1966, SAE Report 
No. 660377, 11 pp. 



TIRE REINFORCING SYSTEMS, F.J. Kovac, Goodyear Tire 
& Rubber Co. , Akron, Ohio, University of Akron 
Lecture Series, April 9, 1968, 63 pp. 



GLASS IMPREGNATED FIBRES FOR DYNAMIC APPLICATIONS, 
Alfred Marzocchi & Roland K. Gagnon, Owens-Corning 
Flberglas Corp., Ashton, R. I.; reprint Proceedings of 
the International Rubber Conference 1967 , The 
Institution of the Rubber Industry, London, England, 
pp. 427-444 



IMPREGNATED GLASS FIBER YARNS—THE NEW REINFORCEMENT 
FOR DYNAMIC APPLICATIONS, A. Marzocchi and D . E. Leary, 
Owen3-Corning Flberglas Corporation , Ashton, R. I., pre- 
sented at a meeting of The American Association of Tex- 
tile Chemists and Colorists, Washington, D. C, March 
5, 1965; reprint American Dyestuff Reporter , October 11, 
1965, pp. 43-50 



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PROPERTIES AND USE OF CUSS FIBERS IN PLASTICS AND 
RUBBER APPLICATIONS, A. Marzocchi, and R. G. Henderson, 
Owens-Corning Flberglas Corporation, Textile Product 
Development Laboratory, Ashton, R. I., presented to The 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Winter Meeting 
1964, 13 pp., 14 figures 



PRELIMINARY STUDY OF ROAD-TIRE INTERACTION UNDER WET 
OR DAMP CONDITIONS, J. C. Bell, J. W. Kannel, J. N. 
Anno & D, B. Hamilton, Battelle Memorial Institute , 
Columbus Labs., Columbus, Ohio, January 23, 1969, 
67 pp. 



1969 PASSENGER-CAR ENGINEERING TRENDS, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc ., New York, N. Y., SP-343; 
SAE Journal, Vol. 76, No. 10, October 1968, pp. 29-60 



A THEORY OF VISCOUS HYDROPLANING, Desmond F. Moore, 
Battelle Memorial Institute , Geneva, Switzerland; 
reprint Int. J. Mech. Sci ., Pergamon Press, Ltd., 
Vol. 9, 1967, pp. 999-000 



RECENT DEVELOPMENTS WITH TIRE CORDS AND CORD-TO-RUBBER 
BONDING, T. Takeyama & J. Matsui, Toyo Rayort Company , 
Industrial Products Research Laboratory, Otsu, Japan; 
reprint Rubber Reviews , Vol. 42, No. 1, February 1969, 
pp. 159-256 



AIRPLANE STOPPING CAPABILITY ON WET AND DRY RUNWAY SUR- 
FACES, Kenneth W. Hoefs, Boeing Airplane Company , 
Transport Dlv., Renton, Wash., Report No. D6-7442, June 
16, 1961, 33 pp. 



CALIBRATION OF A TEXTILE CORD LOAD TRANSDUCER--FINAL 
REPORT, S. K. Clark 6. R. N. Dodge, University of 
Michigan , College of Engineering, Dept. of Mechanical 
Engineering, Office of Research Administration, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., Contract No. FH-11-6090, prepared for 
National Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
April 1969, 10 pp. 



CORD LOADS IN CORD-RUBBER LAMINATES, S. K. Clark, 
University of Michigan , Research Institute, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., Technical Report No. 4, Project No. 02957, 
October 1960, 17 pp. 



CORRELATION OF CORD LOADS IN TIRES ON R0ADWHEEL AND 
HIGHWAY, Samuel K. Clark & Richard N. Dodge, University 
of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 
700093, 8 pp. 



DEVELOPMENT OF A TEXTILE CORD LOAD TRANSDUCER, S. K. 
Clark &R. N. Dodge, University of Michigan , College 
of Engineering, Tire & Suspension System Research Group 
Office of Research Administration, Ann Arbor, Mich., 
0RA Project 01193, May 1968, 34 pp. 



A LOAD TRANSDUCER FOR TIRE CORD, Samuel K. Clark & 
Richard N. Dodge, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, 
SAE Report No. 6905 21, 7 pp. 



THE PLANE ELASTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF CORD-RUBBER 
LAMINATES, S. K. Clark, University of Michigan , Dept. 
of Engineering Mechanics, Ann Arbor, Mich.; reprint 
Textile Research Journal , Vol. 33, No. 4, April 1963, 
pp. 295-313 



THE BRAKING CHARACTERISTICS OF AIRPLANE TIRES, H. Domandl 
Boeing Company , Commercial Airplane Div., Renton, Wash., 
Document No. D6-58384-1TN, January 28, 1969, 65 pp. 



THE INTERACTION OF BRAKING AND SIDE FORCES IN THE 
CONTACT AREA OF AN AIRPLANE TIRE ROLLING UNDER LOAD, 
H. Domandl, Boeing Company, Commercial Airplane Div., 
Renton, Wash., Document No. D6-58384-2TN , September 20, 
1968, 24 pp. 

HIGHWAY VEHICLE STABILITY IN BRAKING MANEUVERS, 
Bohyun Yim, George R. Olsson, and Peter G. Fielding, 
Booz, Allen Applied Research, Inc ., Washington, D. C; 
Glenn G. Balmer, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C; presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, 
SAE Report No. 700515, 16 pp. 



WET SKIDDING MEASUREMENTS, Hideki Yamada, Bridgestone 
Tire Co., Ltd . , Tire Testing Dept., Kodaira-shi, Tokyo, 
Japan, Paper No. 5, Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., 
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Stability and 
Control Committee, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 11 pp. 



THE INFLUENCE OF LOAD AND SURFACE ROUGHNESS ON THE 
FRICTION OF RUBBER-LIKE MATERIALS, D. F. Denny, 
British Hydromechanics Research Association , Harlow, 
Essex, England; Proceedings of the Physical Society , 
66B, 1953, pp. 721-727 



THE SKIDDING BEHAVIOUR OF MOTOR VEHICLES, G. Jones, 
British Motor Corp ., Car Division, England; reprint 
Proceedings of the Automobile Division, Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers , 1962-63, No. 1, pp. 65-73 



BRAKING DISTANCES OF VEHICLES FROM HIGH SPEED AND TESTS 
OF FRICTION COEFFICIENTS, 0. K. Nermann, Bureau of 
Public Roads , Highway Transport Research Branch, Traffic 
Operations Section, Washington, D. C.j reprint Public 
Roads, June 1953, Vol. 27, No. 8, pp. 159-169 



TIRE SKID RESISTANCE PROPERTIES 

MEASURING ROAD SURFACE SLIPPERINESS--SIXTY-SIXTH 
ANNUAL MEETING PAPERS, American Society for Testing 
& Materials, Philadelphia, Pa., ASTM Special Technical 
Publication No. 366, June 26, 1963, 108 pp. 



HIGHWAY VEHICLE STABILITY IN BRAKING MANEUVERS, 
Bohyun Yim, George R. Olsson, and Peter G. Fielding, 
Booz, Allen Applied Research, Inc., Washington, D. C.J 
Glenn G. Balmer, Bureau of Public Roads , Washington, 
D. C; presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, 
SAE Report No. 700515, 16 pp. 



INFLUENCE OF ROAD-SURFACE TEXTURE ON TIRE-ROAD 
INTERFACE TRACTION LIMITS, K. C. Ludema, American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y. ; 
& Chul Soo Lee, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., ASME Report No. 69-Lub-20, 1969, 7 pp. 



THE MECHANISM OF ROLLING FRICTION, D. Tabor, Cambridge 
University , Department of Physical Chemistry, Cambridge 
England; reprint Philosophical Magazine , Vol. xliil, 
Ser. 7, October 1952, pp. 1055-1059 



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FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS IN VEHICLE DYNAMICS, Edward Saibel 
& M. C. Tsao, Carnegle-MeUon University, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700173, 11 pp. 



THE SKIDDING OF VEHICLES--A DYNAMIC ANALYSIS, REPORT 
NO. 1, Edward Saibel & M . C . Tsao, Carnegie-Mellon 
University , Pittsburgh, Pa., National Bureau of 
Standards Contract No. CST-430, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, November 6, 1968, 83 pp., PB 185 160 



DECREASE TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE:, INCREASE TRACTIVE 
FORCE IN TRACTOR APPLICATIONS, J. B. Liljedahl, 
Purdue University, Agricultural Engineering Dept., 
Lafayette, Ind.; Stanley J. Clark, Colorado State 
University, Fort Collins, Colo.; & David L. Apple, 
Deere & Company , Engineering Research; Society of 
Automotive Engineers Journal, Vol. 74, No. 4, April 
1966, pp. 95-97 



SKIDDING AND SKID RESISTANCE--A REVIEW OF THE 
LITERATURE, Thomas I. Csathy, Department of Highways , 
Materials & Research Div., Research Section, Ontario, 
Canada, Report No. 46, March 1964, 85 pp. 



THE SKIDDING OF VEHICLES, A DYNAMIC ANALYSIS, 
Edward Saibel & Shang Li Chiang, Carnegie-Mellon 
University , Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., Contract No. CST-430, prepared for National Bureau 
of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire 
Systems Section, Washington, D. C, Report No. 3, 
September 1970, 90 pp. 



THE SKIDDING OF VEHICLES, A DYNAMIC ANALYSIS (A 
DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF A TOWED TWO-WHEEL TRAILER), 
Edward A. Saibel & Shang-H Chiang, Carnegle-MeUon 
University , Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., Contract No. CST - 430, prepared for 
National Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 4, March 1971, 17 pp., 8 figs. 



WATER PRESSURE BENEATH A SKIDDING TYRE, K. B. Wallace & 
D. H. Trollope, City University, Civil Engineering 
Department, London, & University College of Townsville, 
Engineering Department, Australia; Wear, Vol. 13, No. 2, 
1969, pp. 109-118 



DECREASE TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE, INCREASE TRACTIVE 
FORCE IN TRACTOR APPLICATIONS, J. B. Liljedahl, 
Purdue University, Agricultural Engineering Dept., 
Lafayette, Ind.; Stanley J. Clark, Colorado State 
University , Fort Collins, Colo.; & David L. Apple, 
Deere & Company, Engineering Research; Society of 
Automotive Engineers Journal , Vol. 74, No. 4, April 
1966, pp. 95-97 



VERHALTEN DER LUFTREIFEN AUF NASSER STRASSE (THE 
BEHAVIOR OF THE PNEUMATIC TIRE ON THE WET ROAD), W. 
Hofferberth, Deutsche Dunlop Gummi Compagnle AG. , 
Hanau, Germany; reprint Automobiltechnische Zeitschrift , 
67th year, Vol. 9, 1965, 7 pp. 



ADVANCES IN WET TYRE TRACTION, T. French, Dunlop Company 
Limited, Birmingham, England, 10 pp., 6 figs. 



AQUAPLANING—CARS AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES by Dunlop 
Company, Limi ted. U. K. Tyre Group, Birmingham 24, 
England, February 1967, 8 pp. 



DESIGN FOR SAFETY, Harry M. Keen, Dunlop Tire & Rubb er 
Corp . , North American Tire Development Group; Highway 
Research Record, Number 214, 1968, pp. 7-12 



FRICTION OF RUBBER, V. E. Gough, Dunlop Rubber Com pany, 
Birmingham, England; reprint The Engineer , October 31 
6. November 7, 1958, 13 pp. 



FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES OF THE FRICTION AND WEAR OF RUBBER 
COMPOUNDS, M. H. Walters, Dunlop Company, Ltd ., Central 
Research & Development Division, Birmingham, England; 
Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) Conference on "Friction 
and Wear in Tyres", June 1969, pp. 29-38, Ministry of 
Technology, London, S.W.I, England 



DRAINAGE CRITERIA FOR RUNWAY SURFACE ROUGHNESS, 
Desmond F. Moore, Cornell Aeronauti cal Lab., Inc., 
Transportation Research Dept., Buffalo, N. Y.; reprint 
Journal of The Royal Aeronautical Society , Vol. 69, 
No. 653, May 1965, pp. 337-342 



GRIPPING A WET ROAD, Tom French, Dunlop Company Ltd . 
U. K. Tyre Group, Birmingham, England; reprint New 
Scientist , Vol. 11, July 1968, pp. 89-91 



A MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF HYDROPLANING PHENOMENA, 
H. Daughaday & C. Tung, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory , 
Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6659, prepared 
Tor U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal 
Highway Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, 
Washington, D. C, January 1969, 140 pp. 



THE LINK BETWEEN TYRES, VEHICLES AND ROADS, V. E. 
Gough & B. J. Allbert, Dunlop Company Limited , U.K. 
Tyre Group, Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, England, presented 
at the Advanced School of Automobile Engineering, 
Cranfield, sponsored by the Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers, Automobile Div., July 3-4, 1968, 12 pp. 



A REVIEW OF SQUEEZE FILMS, D. F. Moore, Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc. , Buffalo, N. Y., September 1964, 
30 pp. 



A STUDY OF TIRE-SURFACE INTERACTION FOR THE CASE OF 
ROLLING ON A WET SURFACE, Desmond F. Moore, Cornell 
University, Cornell Aeronautical Lab oratory, Inc. , 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. CPR 11-1058, for U. S. 
Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, Wash- 
ington, D. C, July 1965, CAL Report No. YD-1969-V-2, 
73 pp. 



ROAD AND LABORATORY STUDIES OF FRICTION OF ELASTOMERS, 
D. Bulgin, G. D. Hubbard & M. H. Walters, Dunlop 
Rubber Company, Ltd ., Central Research Division, 
Birmingham, England, presented at the Fourth Rubber 
Technology Conference, London, England, 1962, 14 pp. 



TIRES AND HYDROPLANING, B.J. Allbert, Dunlop Co., Ltd. 
Birmingham, England, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 
680140, 11 pp. 



117 



1HB TYRE AND SAFETY, V. E. Gough and D. W. badger, 
Dunlop Rubber Company, Limited , U. K. Tyre Group, 
Birmingham 24, England, Simplified version of TYRES 
AND ROAD SAFETY presented to the Fifth world Meeting 
of the International Road Federation, London, September 
18-24, 1966, 16 pp. 



TYRE DESIGN AND SAFETY, E. S. Tompkins, Dunlop Company 
Limited , U. K. Tyre Group, Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, 
presented to the British Academy of Forensic Sciences- 
Science Section, at a Meeting on Road Accidents, 
Birmingham, England, March 30, 1968, 20 pp. 



TYRE TO WET ROAD FRICTION AT HIGH SPEEDS by 
B. J. Allbert and J. C. Walker, Dunlop Rubber Company, 
Limited, Tyre Technical Division, Birmingham, England, 
presented at an Ordinary Meeting of Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, Automobile Division, London, 
December 14, 1965; reprint Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers Proceedings , 1965-66, Volume 180, Part 2A 



TYRES AND ROAD SAFETY, D. W. Badger, Dunlop Company 
Limited , Tyre Technical Div., Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, 
England, presented at the International Road 
Federation and African Highway Association Conference, 
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, October 20-25, 1969, 20 pp. 



TYKES AND ROAD SAFETY, V. E. Gough and D. W. Badger, 
Dunlop Rubber Company, Limited , Tyre Technical Division, 
Birmingham 24, England, paper presented at Session D5 
on Safety at Fifth World Meeting of the International 
Road Federation, London, September 18-24, 1966, 32 pp. 



TYRES AND ROAD SAFETY--DEVELOPMENTS IN TYRES RELATING TO 
VEHICLE SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION, T. French, 
Dunlop Rubber Company, Ltd ., Erdington, Birmingham, 
England, presented to F.I.E.A. Conference, The Hague, 
Holland, Friday, May 1, 1964, 12 pp. 



SAE STUDY--WET PAVEMENT BRAKING TRACTION, R. H. S[elman, 
General Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio; H. D. 
Tarpinian, UNIROYAL Tire Company, Detroit, Mich.; 
D. E. Johnson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, 
Ohio; & K. L. Campbell, Firestone Tire t» Rubber Company, 
Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22 
1970, SAE Report No. 700462, 26 pp. 



PROPOSAL FOR A PROCEDURE FOR EVALUATING WET SKID 
RESISTANCE OF A ROAD-TIRE-VEHICLE SYSTEM, J. J. Bajer, 
Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Midyear Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969 SAE Report No. 690526, 
14 pp. 



TIRE TRACTION MEASUREMENT ON THE ROAD AND IN THE 
LABORATORY, Walter Bergman, Harold R. Clemett, & 
Narendra J. Sheth, Ford Motor Company , Product Test 
Operations, Dearborn, Mich., presented at the 1971 
Annual Meeting of the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 
710090, 60 pp. 



TRACTION AND BRAKING CHARACTERISTICS OF VEHICLES, 
W. A. McConnell, Ford Motor Company , Dearborn, Mich. 
presented at the First International Skid Prevention 
Conference, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 
September 9, 1958, 7 pp. 



AN INVESTIGATION OF INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRUCK DRIVE 
TRACTION, Michael C. Kaye, Freightliner Corporation , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers West 
Coast Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., August 12-15, 
1968, SAE Report No. 680548, 21 pp. 



ANTI-LOCK BRAKES, John L. Harned & Laird E. Johnston, 
General Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich., presented at 
General Motors Corporation Automotive Safety Seminar, 
July 11-12, 1968, 25 pp. 



TYRES AND SKIDDING FROM A EUROPEAN VIEW POINT, 
V. E. Gough & T. French, Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd ., 
Birmingham, England, presented to the First Inter- 
national Skid Prevention Conference, Charlottesville, 
U.S.A., September 1958, 38 pp. 



TYRES AND THE DESIGN OF VEHICLES AND ROADS FOR SAFETY, 
V. E. Gough & B. J. Allbert, Dunlop Company, Ltd ., 
Birmingham, England; Vehicle and Road Design for Safety , 
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
Vol. 183, Part 3A, 1968-69, pp. 154-163, Institution 
of Mechanical Engineers, London, England 



FACTORS AFFECTING PASSENGER TIRE TRACTION ON THE WET 
ROAD, J. D. Kelley, Jr., Firestone Tire & Rubber Co ., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680138, 13 pp. 



FRICTION STUDIES ON RUBBERLIKE MATERIALS, F. S. Conant 
J. W. Liska, Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , Chemical 
(x Physical Research Laboratories, Akron, Ohio; Rubber 
Chemistry & Technology, Vol. 33, No. 5, December 1960, 
pp. 1218-1258 



MEASUREMENT OF TIRE BRAKE FORCE CHARACTERISTICS Aj 
RELATED TO WHEEL SLIP (ANTILOCK) CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN, 
J. L. Harned, L. E. Johnston & G. Scharpf, General 
Motors Corporation, Warren, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive "Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690214, 17 pp. 



TIRE-ROAD FRICTION MEASURING SYSTEM--A SECOND 
GENERATION, Gary L. Goodenow, Thomas R. Kolhoff, 6. 
Fraser D. Smlthson, General Motors Corp ., Proving 
Ground Section, Warren, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680137, 17 pp. 



SAE STUDY--WET PAVEMENT BRAKING TRACTION, R. H. Spelman, 
General Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio; H. D. 
Tarpinian, UNIROYAL Tire Company, Detroit, Mich.; 
D. E. Johnson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, 
Ohio; & K. L. Campbell, Firestone Tire 6. Rubber Company, 
Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700462, 26 pp. 



FRICTIONAL PROPERTIES OF TREAD-TYPE COMPOUNDS ON ICE, 
F. S. Conant, J. L. Dum & C. M. Cox, Firestone Tire 6. 
Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio; Industrial & Engineering 
Chemistry , Vol. 41, January 1949, pp. 120-126 



HYDRODYNAMICS OF TIRE HYDROPLANING, C. S. Martin, 
Georgia Institute of Technology , School of Civil 
Engineering, Atlanta, Ga . , Grant NCR- 11-002-033, pre- 
pared for National Aeronautics & Space Administration, 
Washington, D. C, Project B-608, June 1966, 50 pp. 



118 



BASIC TEST METHODS FOR EVALUATING TIRE TRACTION, 
J. A. Davisson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, 
Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680136, 11 pp. 



DETERMINATION OF PASSENGER TIRE PERFORMANCE LEVELS- 
TRACTION, J. F. Hutchinson & H. D. Becker, Goodyear 
Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, SAE Report No. 690510, 
7 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE D. MAT (AV ) CONFERENCE ON "FRICTION 
AND WEAR IN TYRES" HELD AT E.R.D.E. WALTHAM ABBEY 
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2ND 1968, edited by W. H. Edwards, 
Ministry of Technology , Materials Division, Millbank 
Tower, Millbank, London, S.W.I, England, D. Mat. Report 
No. 157, June 1969, 129 pp., N 70 21606 



THE INFLUENCE OF DESIGN PARAMETERS ON THE SHOCK- 
ABSORBING CAPACITY, ROAD-HOLDING AND NOISE-LEVEL OF 
CAR TYRES, B. Yurkovski, V. A. Astrov 6, A. V. Ivanteev, 
Moscow Tyre Works ; translated by P. G. Williams; 
Kauchuk i Rezina, Vol. 26, No. 5, 1967, pp. 30-33 



FACTORS AFFECTING TIRE TRACTION, Walter E. DeVinney, 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, presented at Society 
of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 
Illinois, May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 670461, 8 pp. 



PHYSICS OF THE SLIPPING WHEEL—PART II, SLIP UNDER 
BOTH TRACTIVE AND LATERAL FORCES, D. I. Livingston & 
J. E. Brown, Jr., Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company , 
Research Div., Akron, Ohio; Rubber Chemistry 6. 
Technology, Vol. 43, No. 2, March 1970, pp. 244-261 



SAE STUDY—WET PAVEMENT BRAKING TRACTION, R. H. Spelman, 
General Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio; H. D. 
Tarpinian, UNIROYAL Tire Company, Detroit, Mich.; 
D. E. Johnson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, 
Ohio; & K. L. Campbell, Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, 
Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700462, 26 pp. 



STUDY OF THE ADHESION OF CAR TYRES TO THE ROAD SURFACE, 
M. A. Parshln, B. Yurkovski, I. M. Karpinskaya, A. T. 
Epifantsev & L. D. Slyudikov, Moscow Tyre Works, 
Motor Transport Research Institute, translated by 
P. G. Williams, August 12, 1964, 4 pp. 



EFFECTS OF TREAD WEAR ON THE WET RUNWAY BRAKING 
EFFECTIVENESS OF AIRCRAFT TIRES, Trafford J. W. Leland 
6. Glenn R. Taylor, National Aeronautics & Space 
Administration , Hampton, Va . , presented at the 1st 
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 
Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C, June 29-July 2, 1964 
AIAA Paper No. 64-346, 7 pp. 



AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF 
SEVERAL AIRCRAFT TIRES DURING THE APPLICATION OF 
BRAKING LOADS, John A. Tanner & Sidney A. Batterson, 
National Aeronautics & Space Administration , Langley 
Research Center, Langley Station, Hampton, Va . , 
Langley Working Paper 592, May 6, 1968, 10 pp., 15 figs 



TRENDS IN TRUCK TIRE TRACTION, NOISE, AND FUEL 
CONSUMPTION, D. H. Carson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Company. Akron, Ohio; Truck Tire Trends , Society of 
Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 1963, pp. 5-10 



EXPERIMENTELLE UNTERSUCHUNGEN UBER DAS AUFSCHWIMMEN VON 
KRAFT FAHRZEUGREIFEN AUF NASSER FAHRBAHN (EXPERIMENTAL 
INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE AQUAPLANING OF VEHICLE TIRES ON 
WET ROADS), W. Gengenbach, Karlsruhe University, 
Karlsruhe, Germany; reprint Automobll-Industr le , Vol. 
12, No. 4, November 1967, pp. 74-79 



DAS VERHALTEN VON KRAFTFAHRZEUGREIFEN AUF TROCKENER 
UND INSBESONDERE NASSER FAHRBAHN (THE EFFECT OF WET 
PAVEMENT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF AUTOMOBILE TIRES), 
Werner Gengenbach, Karlsruhe University , Karlsruhe, 
Germany, July 1967; translated by Manfred R. W. 
Belsdorf, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
Vehicle Research Department, Buffalo, N. Y., 147 pp. 



INFLUENCE OF TIRE TREAD PATTERN AND RUNWAY SURFACE 
CONDITION ON BRAKING FRICTION AND ROLLING RESISTANCE 
OF A MODERN AIRCRAFT TIRE, Walter B. Home & Trafford 
J. W. Leland, National Aeronautics & Space Admini stra- 
tion . Langley Research Center, Langley Station, Hampton, 
Va., TND-1376, September 1962, 190 pp. 



INTERACTIONS BETWEEN A PNEUMATIC TIRE AND A PAVEMENT 
SURFACE, Walter B. Home, National Aeronautics 6. Space 
Administration, Langley Research Center, Langley Station, 
Hampton, Va . , presented at the Bureau of Public Roads 
Program Review Meeting, Gaithersburg, Md., December 6-8, 
1966, 9 pp., 13 figs. 



INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF WHEEL BRAKING ON SIDE- 
FORCE CAPABILITY OF A PNEUMATIC TIRE, Thomas A. 
Byrdsong, National Aeronautics & Space Administration , 
Langley Research Center, Langley Station, Hampton, 
Va., NASA TN D-4602, June 1968, 21 pp. 



SKID TESTING WITH AN AUTOMOBILE, Rolands L. Rizenbergs, 
& Hugh A. Ward, Kentuck y Depa rtment of Hi ghways, Div. 
of Research, Lexington, Ky., presented at the 46th 
Annual Meeting of the Highway Research Board, Wash., 
D. C, January 1967, 61 pp. 



AN INVESTIGATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF AIRCRAFT TIRE- 
TREAD WEAR ON WET -RUNWAY BRAKING, Trafford J. W. 
Leland & Glenn R. Taylor, National Aeronautics & Space 
Administration, Langley Research Center, Langley 
Station, Hampton, Va., TN D-2770, April 1965, 21 pp. 



L'EAU, LA ROUTE, LE PNEUMATIQUE QUELQUES DONNEES (WATER, 
THE ROAD, TIRES--S0ME RESULTS), J. Berthier, Laboratoire 
Central des Ponts et Chaussees, Paris, France; reprint 
Bull. Liaison Labo. Routier P. et ch., No. 26, Juil.- 
Aout 1967, Ref. 369, pp. 1-1-1-24 



A NEW METHOD FOR MEASURING SLIPPERINESS OF AIRPORT 
RUNWAYS AND OTHER PAVED SURFACES, National Aeronautics & 
Space Administration , Technology Utilization Office, 
Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va., Tech. Brief 
70-10712, 44 pp. 



MEASUREMENTS OF "AQUAPLANING HEIGHT" ON A METEOR 
AIRCRAFT, AND PHOTOS OF FLOW PATTERN UNDER A MODEL TYRE, 
W. E. Gray, Ministry of Aviation , Aeronautical 
Research Council, London, England, C.P. No. 717, 
November 1962, 6 pp . , 4 figs. 



PHENOMENA OF PNEUMATIC TIRE HYDROPLANING, Walter B. 
Home & Robert C. Dreher, National Aeronautics & Space 
Administration, Langley Research Center, Langley 
Station, Hampton, Va., TN D-2056, November 1963, 52 pp. 



119 



PNEUMATIC TIRE HYDROPLANING AND SOME EFFECTS ON VEHICLE 
PERFORMANCE, Walter B. Home & Upshur T. Joyner, 
National Aeronautics & Space Administration , Langley 
Research Center, Langley Station, Hampton, Va., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 11-15, 1965, SAE Report No. 970C, 15 pp., 
39 figs. 



PASSENGER CAR AND FRICTION TRAILER TESTS, National 
Safety Council , Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, 
Stevens Point, Wis., Final Report 1966, 46 pp. 



1968 WINTER TEST REPORT, National Safety Council , 
Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, Stevens Point, 
Wis., 61 pp. 



PNEUMATIC TIRE HYDROPLANING CAN BE CONTROLLED, 
Walter B. Home & Upshur T. Joyner, National Aeronautics 
6< Space Administration , Langley Research Center, 
Langley Station, Hampton, Va.; reprint SAE Journal , 
Vol. 73, No. 12, December 1965, pp. 70-74 



METHOD AND EQUIPMENT FOR CONTINUOUS MEASURING OF THE 
COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION AT INCIPIENT SKID, Gosta 
Kullberg, National Swedish Road Research Institute , 
Stockholm, Sweden; Highway Research Board Bulletin 348 , 
1962, pp. 18-35 



REVIEW OF CAUSES AND ALLEVIATION OF LOW TIRE TRACTION ON 
WET RUNWAYS, Walter B. Home, Thomas J. Yager & Glenn 
R. Taylor, National Aeronautics 6» Space Administration , 
Langley Research Center, Langley Station, Hampton, Va., 
NASA TN D-4406, April 1968, 36 pp. 



FRICTION AND FRICTIONAL RISE OF WEDGE SLIDERS ON 
RUBBER, A. Schallamach, Natural Rubber Producers ' 
Research Association , Welwyn Garden City, Herts, 
England; reprint Wear , Vol. 13, 1969, pp. 13-25 



SOME PARAMETERS AFFECTING THE PERFORMANCE OF 
PNEUMATIC TIRES ON WET PAVEMENT, Trafford J. W. 
Leland, National Aeronautics 6c Space Administration , 
Langley Research Center, Langley Station, Hampton, 
Va.; Proceedings of the Ninth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, October 20-21, 1965, pp. 383-402, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



TIRE HYDROPLANING AND ITS EFFECTS ON TIRE TRACTION, 
Walter B. Home, National Aeronautics & Space 
Administration , Langley Research Center, Langley 
Station, Hampton, Va.; Highway Research Record, 
Number 214, 1968, pp. 24-33 



INFLUENCE OF TEST CONDITIONS ON THE WET SKID RESISTANCE 
OF TYRE TREAD COMPOUNDS, K. A. Grosch, Natural Rubber 
Producers' Research Association ; G. Maycock, Road 
Research Laboratory, Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
England; reprint Transactions of the Institution of the 
Rubber Industry , Vol. 42, No. 6, December 1966, 
pp. T280-T306 



PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH ANTI-SKID PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, 
E. A. Whitehurst, Ohio State University , Transportation 
Research Center, Columbus, Ohio, presented at the 50th 
Annual Meeting, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, January 1971, 18 pp. 



TIRE-TO-SURFACE FRICTION-COEFFICIENT MEASUREMENTS WITH 
A C-123B AIRPLANE ON VARIOUS RUNWAY SURFACES, 
Richard H. Sawyer & Joseph J. Kolnlck, National 
Aeronautics & Space Administration , Langley Research 
Center, Langley Field, Va., Technical Report R-20, 
January 23, 1959, 32 pp. 

BUS TIRE SKID TEST, National Association of Motor Bus 
Owners , Raleigh, N. C, January 1960, 25 pp. 



A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF HYSTERESIS EFFECTS WITH APPLI- 
CATION TO RUBBER AND THE PNEUMATIC TIRE, D. F. Moore, 
Pennsylvania State University , Department of Mechanical 
Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report No. 3, October 
1962, 27 pp., Appendix 



THE CONTRIBUTION OF DEFORMATION LOSSES TO RUBBER 
FRICTION, R. R. Hegmon, Pennsylvania State University , 
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University Park, 
Pa., Report No. 29, July 1968, 106 pp. 



BUS TIRE SKID TEST, National Association of Motor Bus 
Owners, Baltimore, Md., June 1960, 27 pp. 



SUMMARY OF BUS TIRE TRACTION TESTING, National 
Association of Motor Bus Owners , Tire Committee, 
Washington, D. C, presented to the Interstate Commerce 
Commission, Washington, D. C, January 1965, 18 pp. 



FRICTIONAL PROPERTIES OF RUBBER, Frank L. Roth, 
Raymond L. Driscoll & William L. Holt, National 
Bureau of Standards , Washington, D. C; reprint 
Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards , 
Research Paper RP1463, Vol. 28, April 1942, pp. 439-462 



INTERACTION OF VEHICLE AND ROAD SURFACE, Don L. Ivey & 
Charles J. Keese, Texas Transportation Institute, 
College Station, Texas; & F. Cecil Brenner, National 
Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, presented at 
the Workshop on Anti-Skid Program Management, 50th 
Annual Meeting of the Highway Research Board, January 18, 
1971, 45 pp. 

WET TRACTION OF TRaCTIONIZED TIRES, A. H. Neill, Jr., 
National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
NBS Technical Note 566, February 1971, 13 pp. 



CONTROL OF THE VEHICULAR BRAKING PROCESS USING AN OPTI- 
MALIZING TECHNIQUE, Robert M. Vijuk, Pennsylvania State 
University , College of Engineering, Department of 
Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report No. 
9, September 1963, 100 pp. 



THE COULOMB CONTRIBUTION TO RUBBER HYSTERESIS, Patrick 
J. Carroll, Pennsylvania State University, Department 
of Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report 
No. 18, August 1965, 87 pp. 



DEVELOPMENT OF A FRICTION ANALYZER AND STUDY ON THE 
FRICTION OF LUBRICATED RUBBER, Rudolph R. Hegmon, 
Pennsylvania State University , Department of Mechanical 
Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report No. 20, 
September 1965, 103 pp. 



THE EFFECT OF ROADSTONE MICROROUGHNESS ON RUBBER 
FRICTION, David L. White, Pennsylvania State University, 
Automotive Safety Research Program, Dept. of 
Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., PDH 
Agreement No. 08-30802F, Joint Road Friction Program, 
Pennsylvania Dept. of Highways, U. S. Bureau of Public 
Roads & Pennsylvania State University, Report No. J16, 
November 1968, 80 pp. 



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FRICTION AND DEFORMATION CAUSED BY A LUBRICATED 
CYLINDER SLIDING ON A VISCOELASTIC MATERIAL, W. R. 
Schleramer, Pennsylvania State University , Department of 
Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report 
No. S44, September 1970, 54 pp. 



FRICTION AND SLIPPERINESS , W. E. Meyer, Pennsylvania 
State University , Automotive SaTety Research Program, 
University Park, Pa.; Highway Research Record, 
Number 214, 1968, pp. 13-17 



LOOKING AT THE TROUBLE SPOT WHERE THE RUBBER MEETS 
THE ROAD, Wolfgang E. Meyer, Pennsylvania State 
University , College of Engineering & Architecture, 
University Park, Pa.; reprint SAE Journal , Vol. 72, 
No. 10, October 1964, pp. 36-40 



MEASUREMENT OF SKID RESISTANCE, H. W. Kuramer & W. E. 
Meyer, Pennsylvania State University , Department of 
Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa.; reprint 
American Society for Testing and Materials , 1962, Special 
Technical Publication No. 326, pp. 3-28 



MECHANISM OF FORCE TRANSMISSION BETWEEN TIRE AND ROAD, 
W. E. Meyer & H. W. Kummer, Pennsylvania State 
University , University Park, Pa., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers National Automobile 
Week, Detroit, Mich., March 12-16, 1962, SAE Report 
No. 490A, 18 pp 



NEW THEORY PERMITS BETTER FRICTIONAL COUPLING BETWEEN 
TIRE AND ROAD, H. W. Kummer & W. E. Meyer, Pennsylvania 
State University , Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
Automotive Safety Research Program, University Park, 
Pa., presented at the International Automotive Technical 
Congress, June 12-16, 1966, Munchen, Germany, 37 pp. 



PAVEMENT SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS AND THEIR CORRELATION 
WITH SKID RESISTANCE, T. D. Gillespie, Pennsylvania 
State University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
University Park, Pa., Report No. 12, June 1965, 100 pp. 



SKID OR SLIP RESISTANCE? H. W. Kummer & W. E. Meyer, 
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa., 
presented at the American Society for Testing & Materials 
Fifth Pacific Area National Meeting, Seattle, Wash., 
October 31-November 5, 1965; reprint Journal of Materials 
September 1966, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 667-688 



SOME FRICTION DATA ON MICROSIPED TIRES, H. Domandl, 
Pennsylvania State University , Department of Mechanical 
Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report No. S27, 
March 1968, 8 pp. 



TENTATIVE SKID-RESISTANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR MAIN RURAL 
HIGHWAYS, H. W. Kummer & W. E. Meyer, Pennsylvania 
State University , Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, 
University Park, Pa., National Cooperative Highway 
Research Program Report 37, Highway Research Board, 
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D. C, 1967, 
80 pp. 



TIRE FRICTION.A STATE-OF-THE-ART REVIEW, W. E. Meyer & 
M. 0. Schrock, Pennsylvania State University , Department 
of Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., 
Contract No. CST-429, prepared for National Bureau of 
Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C, Washington, D. C, Report No. S34, 
April 1969, 69 pp. 



UNIFIED THEORY OF RUBBER AND TIRE FRICTION, Hartwig 
W. Kummer, Pennsylvania State University , College of 
Engineering, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University 
Park, Pa., Engineering Research Bulletin B-94, July 
1966, 135 pp. 

VERBESSERTER KRAFTSCHLUSS ZWISCHEN REIFEN UND FAHRBAHN-- 
ERGEBNISSE EINER NEUEN REIBUNGSTHEORIE (IMPROVED 
POWER COUPLING BETWEEN TIRES & ROAD--RESULTS OF A NEW 
FRICTION THEORY), H. W. Kummer & W. E. Meyer, 
Pennsylvania State University , Automotive Safety 
Research Program, University Park, Pa.; reprint 
Automobiltechnische Zeltschrift , 69th year, No. 8, 
August 1967, pp. 245-251 



PAVEMENT WETTING AND SKID RESISTANCE, H. W. Kummer, 
Pennsylvania State University , Department of Mechanical 
Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report No. 8, December 
1963, 27 pp. 



RESEARCH EQUIPMENT FOR THE STUDY OF RUBBER FRICTION AND 
SKID RESISTANCE, H. W. Kummer, Pennsylvania State Unl- 
versity, Automotive Safety Research Program, Department 
of Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report 
No. 11, July 1966, 76 pp. 



REPORT BY TECHNICAL COMMITTEE ON SLIPPERINESS, Permanent 
International Association of Road Congresses , Proc. 
Xlllth Congress, Tokyo, 1967, 90 pp.; Secretary General, 
43, Avenue du President-Wilson, Paris, 16, France 



DECREASE TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE, INCREASE TRACTIVE 
FORCE IN TRACTOR APPLICATIONS, J. B. Liljedahl, 
Purdue University , Agricultural Engineering Dept., 
Lafayette, Ind.; Stanley J. Clark, Colorado State 
University, Fort Collins, Colo.; & David L. Apple, 
Deere & Company, Engineering Research; Society of 
Automotive Engineers Journal, Vol. 74, No. 4, April 
1966, pp. 95-97 



REVIEW OF TEST METHODS FOR TIRE FRICTION CHARACTERISTICS, 
W. E. Meyer & M. 0. Schrock, Pennsylvania State 
University , University Park, Pa.; Journal of Materials , 
Vol. 4, No. 1, March 1969, pp. 44-61 



ON THE EFFECTS OF SURFACE ROUGHNESS IN THE HYDR0DYNAMIC 
LUBRICATION THEORY OF A SHORT JOURNAL BEARING, 
S. T. Tzeng & E. Saibel, Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute , Troy, New York; reprint Wear , Vol. 10, 
1967, pp. 179-184 



RUBBER AND TIRE FRICTION, H. W. Kummer & W. E. Meyer, 
Pennsylvania State University, College of Engineering 
& Architecture, University Park, Pa., Engineering 
Research Bulletin B-80, December 1960, 96 pp. 



BRAKING FORCE/BRAKING SLIP: MEASUREMENTS OVER A RANGE 
OF CONDITIONS BETWEEN AND 100 PER CENT SLIP, 
K. E. Holmes, Road Research Laboratory , Vehicles 
Section, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 292, 1970, 13 pp., 15 figs. 



THE SINKAGE OF FLAT PLATES ON SMOOTH AND ROUGH SURFACES, 
Desmond F. Moore, Pennsylvania State University , The 
Graduate School, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
University Park, Pa., Report No. 10, December 1963, 142 
pp. 



BRAKING FORCE COEFFICIENTS OBTAINED WITH A SAMPLE OF 
CURRENTLY AVAILABLE RADIAL PLY AND CROSSED PLY CAR 
TYRES, J. K. Meades, Road Research Lab . , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 73, 1967, 17 pp. 



THE EFFECT OF TYRE CONSTRUCTION ON BRAKING FORCE 
COEFFICIENTS, J. K. Meades, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
Report No. LR 224, 1969, 14 pp. 



EXPERIMENTS ON TYRE TREAD PATTERNS, C. Maycock, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 122, 1967, 11 pp. 
10 figs. 



FACTORS AFFECTING THE FRICTION OF TIRES ON WET ROADS, 
Barbara E. Sabey, T. Williams, & G. N. Lupton, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 324-340; SAE Report No. 700376 



SKIDDING IN PERSONAL-INJURY ACCIDENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN 
IN 1965 AND 1966, Barbara E. Sabey (. Valerie J. Storie, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 173, 1968, 
19 pp. 



SKIDDING ON WET ROADS, Barbara E. Sabey, Road Research 
Lab . , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 
England; reprint Traff. Engn. & Control , Vol. 8, No. 12, 



April 1967, pp. 718-720 



THE SKIDDING RESISTANCE OF WET RUNWAY SURFACES WITH 
REFERENCE TO SURFACE TEXTURE AND TYRE CONDITIONS, 
F. T, W. Lander & T. Williams, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
Report No. LR 184, 1968, 22 pp. 



FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FRICTION BETWEEN TYRE AND ROAD 
UNDER WET CONDITIONS, C. G. Giles, Road Research Lab. , 
Dept. of Scientific & Industrial Research, Crowthorne, 
Berkshire, England, presented at the Symposium on 
Control of Vehicles during Braking and Cornering, 
London, June 11, 1963; reprint Institution of Mechani- 
cal Engineers , 1964, pp. 12-19 



INFLUENCE OF TEST CONDITIONS ON THE WET SKID RESISTANCE 
OF TYRE TREAD COMPOUNDS, K. A. Grosch, Natural Rubber 
Producers' Research Association; G. Maycock, Road 
Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
England; reprint Transactions of the Institution of the 
Rubber Industry , Vol. 42, No. 6, December 1966, 
pp. T280-T306 



RECENT INVESTIGATIONS ON THE ROLE OF RUBBER HYSTERESIS 
IN SKIDDING RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS, C. G. Giles, 6. 
Barbara E. Sabey, Road Research Laboratory, Dept. of 
Scientific & Industrial Research, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 
England; Proc . of the First International Skid 
Prevention Conference , Charlottesville, Va., Part I, 
August 1959, pp. 219-225 

THE RELATION BETWEEN BRAKING FORCE COEFFICIENT AND SLIP 
FOR AN AIRCRAFT TYRE BRAKED ON FOUR WET SURFACES, 
T. Williams, Road Research Lab ., Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 50, 1966, 
28 pp. 

THE ROAD SURFACE IN RELATION TO FRICTION AND WEAR OF 
TYRES, Barbara E. Sabey, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 
Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) Conference on "Friction 
and Wear in Tyres", June 1969, pp. 15-27, Ministry of 
Technology, London, S.W.I, England 



SOME MEASUREMENTS OF BRAKING FORCE COEFFICIENT ON SIX 
AIRFIELD TEST SURFACINGS, G. C. Staughton, Road 
Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
England, Report No. LR 225, 1969, 23 pp., PB 184 170 



SOME RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN WORK ON SKIDDING PROBLEMS 
AT THE ROAD RESEARCH LABORATORY, C. G. Giles, Road 
Research Lab. . Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England; 
reprint Highw. Res. Rec , 1964, Vol. 46, pp. 43-59 



STUDIES ON THE SKIDDING RESISTANCE OF PASSENGER CAR 
TYRES ON WET SURFACES, G. Maycock, Road Research Lab. , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
presented at an Ordinary Meeting of the Automobile 
Div., London, December 14, 1965, reprint Proceedings of 
the Institution of Mechanical Engineers , 1965-66, Vol. 
180, Part 2A, 20 pp. 



A TEST VEHICLE FOR STUDYING THE SKID RESISTING 
PROPERTIES OF TYRES AND ROAD SURFACES DURING CON- 
TROLLED CORNERING AND BRAKING, C. G. Giles, F. T. W. 
Lander & K. E. Holmes, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England. 
Report No. 99, 1967, 7 pp., 10 figs. 



TYRE FORCES AS FUNCTIONS OF CORNERING AND BRAKING SLIP 
ON WET ROAD SURFACES, K. E. Holmes & R. D. Stone, 
Road Research Laboratory, H J '.stry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; Proceedings of the 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1968-69, 
Handling of Vehicles Under Emergency Conditions , 
Vol. 183, Part 3H, pp. 35-55 



ROAD SURFACE TEXTURE AND THE SLIPPERINESS OF WET ROADS, 
A. J. Harris, Road Research Lab .. Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; Highway Research Record, 
Number 214, 1968, pp. 18-23 



A VEHICLE FOR MEASURING THE SKIDDING RESISTANCE OF 
ROADS AND RUNWAYS UNDER HEAVY LOADING CONDITIONS, 
F. T. W. Lander, Road Research Lab ., Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 56, 1967, 11 pp. 



THE SKID-RESISTING PROPERTIES OF LORRY TYRES, 
T. Williams, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Vehicles Section, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 
England, Technical Note TN 314, June 1968, 14 pp., 
24 figs. 



THE SKID-RESISTING PROPERTIES OF WET SURFACES AT HIGH 
SPEEDS: EXPLORATORY MEASUREMENTS WITH A SMALL BRAKING 
FORCE TRAILER, C. G. Giles & F. T. W. Under, Road 
Research Laboratory , Department of Scientific & 
Industrial Research, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 
Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society , Vol. 60, 
February 1956, pp. 83-94 



AIRCRAFT TYRES — INTRODUCTORY REVIEW OF WEAR AND FRICTION, 
B. Shilling & J. R. Barnes, Royal Aircraft Establishment, 
Ministry of Technology, Farnborough, Hants., England; 
Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) Conference on "Friction 
and Wear in Tyres", June 1969, pp. 3-14, Ministry of 
Technology, London, S.W.I, England 



PROPOSAL FOR A VEHICLE FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF TYRE/ 
RUNWAY FRICTION, B. Shilling, Royal Aircraft 
Establishment , Ministry of Technology, Farnborough, 
Hants., England, Technical Report 67244 (Rev.), 
September 1967, 22 pp., 4 figs., AD 700899 



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COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ON TLRF TRACTION — PASSENGER 
CARS, MULTIPURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLES, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, 
BUSES AND MOTORCYCLES (23 CFR Part 255, Docket No. 1-7 
Notice No. 67-5), Rubber Manufacturers Association , 
New York, New York, March 18, 1968, 11 pp. 



DUBBADE DACK UNDERSOKNINGAR 1963-1964 (DOUBLE TIRES 
INVESTIGATIONS 1963-1964), G. Kullberg & E. Ohlsson, 
Statens Vaginstltut , Stockholm, Sweden, Special 
Report 38, 1965, 47 pp., 6 figs. 



HYDRODYNAMICS OF AIRCRAFT TIRE HYDROPLANING, S. 
Tsakonas, C. J. Henry & W. R. Jacobs, Davidson Lab. 
Stevens Institute of Technology , Hoboken, N. J., 
Contract No. NSR 31-003-016, prepared for National 
Aeronautics & Space Administration, Washington, D. 
DL Report No. 1238, October 1967, 42 pp. 



LABORATORY-SCALE MODEL EXPERIMENTS TO INVESTIGATE 
AIRCRAFT TIRE HYDROPLANING, Howard Dugoff & I. Robert 
Ehrlich, Davidson Lab., Stevens Institute of Technolo gy, 
Hoboken, N. J.; reprint Proc. of the Seventh Annual 
National Conference on Environmental Effects on 
Aircraft and Propulsion Systems , 67-ENV-20, pp. 183-191 



SOME ASPECTS OF FRICTION AND WEAR OF TYRES ARISING 
FROM DEFORMATIONS, SLIP AND STRESSES AT THE GROUND 
CONTACT, A. R. Savkoor, Technological University , 
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Vehicle Research 
Lab., Delft, Netherlands; reprint Wear , Vol. 9, 1966, 
pp. 66-78 



INTERACTION OF VEHICLE AND ROAD SURFACE, Don L. Ivey 6. 
Charles J. Keese, Texas A 6. M University , Texas 
Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas; & 
F. Cecil Brenner, National Bureau of Standards, Office 
of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems Section, 
Washington, D. C, presented at the Workshop on 
Anti-Skid Program Management, 50th Annual Meeting of 
the Highway Research Board, January 18, 1971, 45 pp. 



TRACTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTOMOBILE TIRES, 
A. J. Stocker, B. M. Gallaway, D. L. Ivey, Gilbert 
Swift & J. G. Darroch, Texas A&M University , Texas 
Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, 
NBS Contract No. CST-451, prepared for National Bureau 
of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, November 1968, 
61 pp., PB 189 272 



A LABORATORY SCALE MODEL TECHNIQUE FOR INVESTIGATING 
PNEUMATIC TIRE HYDROPLANING, H. Dugoff & I. R. Ehrlich, 
Davidson Lab., Sl-evpns Institute of Tech nology. Hoboken, 
N. J., Contract No. NSR 31-003-016, prepared for 
National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Washington, 
D. C, NASA CR-1074, May 1968, 29 pp. 



PREDICTING TIRE TREAD PERFORMANCE FROM COMPOSITION. I, 
J. H. Lane, C. A. McCall, & P. F. Gunberg, Texas-U. S. 
Chemical Company , Texas Research Center, Parsippany, 
N. J.; Rubber Chemistry 6. Technology , Vol. 43, No. 5, 
September 1970, pp. 1070-1081 



STROEFHEIDSMETINGEN EN DRAINAGEMETINGEN OP 
VERSCHILLENDE KWALITEITEN SCHUURPAPIER (FRICTION AND 
DRAINAGE MEASUREMENTS ON ABRASIVE PAPERS OF DIFFERENT 
QUALITIES), G. N. Spaink, Technical High School , 
Laboratory for Vehicle Techniques, Mekelweg, Delft, 
Netherlands, Report No. 391, April 1967; translated 
by Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., Buffalo, 
N. Y., 101 pp. 



FRICTION BETWEEN TYRES AND PAVEMENT, M. Peleg, 
Technlon - Israel Institute of Technology , Faculty of 
Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, Publication No. 57, 
November 1964, 9 pp., 1 fig. 



FACTORS IN TIRES THAT INFLUENCE SKID RESISTANCE, 
Tire and Rim Association, Inc ., Technical Advisory 
Committee, Akron, Ohio, presented at the First 
International Skid Prevention Conference held at the 
University of Virginia, September 8-12, 1958, 49 pp. 



APPARATUS FOR STUDYING THE WORK OF A TYRE TREAD IN 
CONTACT WITH A FLAT LOAD-BEARING SURFACE, V.I. 
Novopol'skli & 0. B. Tret'yakov, Tyre Research Institue, 
Moscow, Russia, translated by P. G. Williams; Kauchuk 1 
Rezina, Vol. 26, No. 5, 1967, pp. 34-37 



ROAD FRICTION TESTS IN ISRAEL, M. Peleg, Technion - 
Israel Institute of Technology , Haifa, Israel; reprint 
The Bulletin of the Research Council of Israel , Vol. 
8C, No. 3., October 1960, pp. 81-88 



STUDY OF ROAD FRICTION OBSERVATION REPORT 1959 (I), 
M. Peleg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology , 
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, 50 pp., 
6 figs. 



STUDY OF ROAD FRICTION OBSERVATION REPORT 1960 (II), 
M. Peleg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology , 



Faculty of Civil Engineering, 
7 figs. 



Haifa, Israel, 14 pp. 



STUDY OF ROAD FRICTION OBSERVATION REPORT 1963 (III), 
M. Peleg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, 
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, 37 pp., 
9 figs. 



STUDY OF ROAD FRICTION OBSERVATION REPORT 1967 - (IV), 
M. Peleg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology , 
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, 17 pp. 



CHANGE IN WET FRICTIONAL PROPERTIES OF TEST STRIPS 
LOCATED AT TEXAS TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE, BRYAN, 
TEXAS, E. P. Percarpio, UNIROYAL, Incorporated, 
Research Center, Wayne, N. J., Purchase Order 
No. S-370717-69, prepared for National Bureau of 
Standards, Washington, D. C, December 31, 1968, 11 pp. 



CONTRIBUTION OF THE RUBBER COMPOUND TO THE WET SKID 
RESISTANCE OF TIRES, C. I. Carr, UNIROYAL, Inc ., 
Detroit, Mich.; Highway Research Record, Number 214, 
1968, pp. 1-6 



FRICTION OF RUBBER ON WET SURFACES, E. M. Bevilacqua & 
E. P. Percarpio, UNIROYAL Research Center , Wayne, 
N. J.; reprint Science , Vol. 160, May 31, 1968, 
pp. 959-964 



LUBRICATED FRICTION OF RUBBER — PARTS I -VII, E. M. 

Bevilacqua & E. P. Percarpio, UNIROYAL, Inc. , 

Research Center, Wayne, N. J.; reprint Rubber Chemistry 

& Technology , Vol. 41, No. 4, September 1968, pp. 832- 

894, presented at a meeting of the Division of 

Rubber Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Cleveland, 

Ohio, April 23-26, 1968 



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SAE STUDY- -WET PAVEMENT BRAKING TRACTION, R. H. Spelman, 
General Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio; H. D. 
Tarpinian, UNIROYAL Tire Company , Detroit, Mich.; 
D. E. Johnson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, 
Ohio; 6. K. L. Campbell, Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, 
Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700462, 26 pp. 

SKID CORRELATION STUDY, Robert E. Braeutlgam, U. S. 
Air Force , Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright- 
Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, October 30, 1968, 
15 pp., AD 714 572 



RESUME OF TESTS ON PASSENGER CARS ON WINTER SURFACES 
1939-1966, Gyaneshwar Prased Hajela, University of 
Wisconsin , Madison, Wis., compiled for National Safety 
Council, Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, Chicago, 
111., 1968, 165 pp. 



EFFECT OF TIRE TREAD PATTERN TO SKID ON WET ROAD, 
Yukio Maeda, Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd ., Tire Testing 
Dept . , Kanagawa-Ken, Japan, Paper No. 2, Safety Research 
Tour in U.S.A., Society of Automotive Engineers of 
Japan, Stability and Control Committee, Tokyo, Japan, 
Oct. -Nov. 1969, 8 pp. 



FRICTION COEFFICIENTS BETWEEN TIRES AND PAVEMENT 
SURFACES, H. Tomita, U.S. Naval Civil Engineering 
Lab . , Port Hueneme, Calif., Report No. R 303, June 15, 
1964, 71 pp. 

HIGH PROFILE INDUSTRIAL SOLID TIRES--R0LLING RESISTANCE 
AND SKID CHARACTERISTICS, U. S. Naval Supply Research 
& Development Facility , Supply Engineering Division, 
Bayonne, N. J., Engineering Report No. 2.4141, Project 
Group No. NT-003-005, July 1951, 23 pp. 



DEFINITION OF PROBLEMS IN TIRE SKID AND TRACTION, 
C. I. Carr, U. S. Rubber Tire Co ., Uniroyal, Inc., 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680135, 
6 pp. 

SKID RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS WITH A NEW TORQUE DEVICE, 
Ralph A. Moyer, University of California , Institute of 
Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Berkeley, Calif.; 
Highway Research Board Bulletin 348 , 1962, pp. 44-77 



EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF TIRE SHEAR FORCE MECHANICS, 
P. S. Fancher, Jr., H. Dugoff, K. C. Ludema & L. Segel, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute 
Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. CST-928-5, prepared for 
National Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, July 
30, 1970, 16 op. 

FORE-AND-AFT STIFFNESS CHARACTERISTICS OF PNEUMATIC 
TIRES, R. N. Dodge, David Orne 6, S. K. Clark, 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., for 
National Aeronautics & Space Administration, 
Washington, D. C, NASA Contractor Report No. CR-900, 
Technical Report No. 6, October 1967, 34 pp. 



TIRE STEERING AND LATERAL PROPERTIES 

TIRES FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE CARS, T. J. P. Joy, D. C. 
Hartley & D. M. Turner, Avon India Rubber Co., Ltd. , 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Golden Anniversary Summer Meeting, Atlantic City, 
N. J., June 15, 1955; reprint SAE Transactions, Vol. 
64, 1956, pp. 319-333 



TYRE CHARACTERISTICS AS APPLICABLE TO VEHICLE STABILITY 
PROBLEMS, T. J. P. Joy & D. C. Hartley, Avon India 
Rubber Company, Ltd .; Proceedings of the Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers Automobile Division, 1953-54, 
pp. 113-133 



THE INTERACTION OF BRAKING AND SIDE FORCES IN THE 
CONTACT AREA OF AN AIRPLANE TIRE ROLLING UNDER LOAD, 
H. Domandl, Boeing Company , Commercial Airplane Dlv., 
Renton, Wash., Document No. D6-58384-2TN, September 20, 
1968, 24 pp. 

FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS IN VEHICLE DYNAMICS, Edward Salbel 
& M. C. Tsao, Carnegie-Mellon University , Pittsburgh, 
Pa., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700173, 11 pp. 



AN ANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMICS OF AUTOMOBILES DURING 
SIMULTANEOUS CORNERING AND RIDE MOTIONS, R. R. McHenry, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation 
Research Department, Buffalo, N. Y. ; Proceedings of 
the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1968-69, 
Handling of Vehicles Under Emergency Conditions , 
Vol. 183, Part 3H, pp. 61-81 



INFLUENCE OF ROAD-SURFACE TEXTURE ON TIRE-ROAD 
INTERFACE TRACTION LIMITS, K. C. Ludema, American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y. ; 
& Chul Soo Lee, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, 
Mich., ASME Report No. 69-Lub-20, 1969, 7 pp. 



LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS ON REVERTED RUBBER FRICTION, 
G. H. Nybakken, R. J. Staples & S. K. Clark, 
University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., Grant No. 
NGR-23-005-010, prepared for National Aeronautics & 
Space Administration, Washington, D. C, Report No. 
NASA CR-1398, Technical Report No. 7, August 1969, 
54 pp. 



TIRE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS AFFECTING VEHICLE 
RESPONSE TO STEERING AND BRAKING CONTROL INPUTS, 
Howard Dugoff, Paul S. Fancher & Leonard Segel, 
University of Michigan, Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. - 460, 
prepared for National Bureau of Standards, Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research Tire System Section, 
Washington, D. C, August 1969, 105 pp., PB 187 667; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , SAE P-30, pp. 341-366, SAE Report No. 700377 



ANALYSIS OF THE STEADY-STATE TURNING BEHAVIOUR OF AN 
AUTOMOBILE, Hugo S. Radt, Cornell Aeronautical Lab ., 
Inc . , Vehicle Dynamics Dept., Buffalo, N. Y., Ir. Hans 
B. Pacejka, Technische Hogeschool, Laboratorium Noor 
Voertulgtechniek, Delft, Holland; reprint Proceedings 
of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers , Paper 8, 
1963, pp. 66-79 



FORCE AND MOMENT RESPONSE OF PNEUMATIC TIRES TO LATERAL 
MOTION INPUTS, L. Segel, Cornell Aeronautical Lab. , 
Inc. , Buffalo, N. Y., presented at the American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers Aviation & Space Conference, 
Los Angeles, Calif., March 16-18, 1965, ASME Paper 
No. 65-AV-2, 8 pp. 



A STUDY OF EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES FOR THE MEASUREMENT 
OF STATIC AND DYNAMIC TIRE PARAMETERS RELATED TO 
NOSEGEAR SHIMMY, Albert G. Fonda, Cornell Aeronautical 
Lab., Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. AF 33(616)- 
3540, prepared for Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 
Ohio, WADC Report No. 57-390, August 1957, 37 pp., 
20 figs. 



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THEORETICAL PREDICTION AND EXPERIMENTAL SUBSTANTIATION 
OF THE RESPONSE OF THE AUTOMOBILE TO STEERING CONTROL, 
Leonard Segel, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. , 
Buffalo, N. Y.; Research in Automobile Stability and 
Control and In Tyre Performance , Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers, 1956, 142 pp. 



TYRE TESTS AND INTERPRETATION OF EXPERIMENTAL DATA, 
Albert C. Fonda, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. , 
Vehicle Dynamics Dept., Buffalo, N. Y.; Research in 
Automobile Stability and Control and in Tyre Performance, 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1956, 142 pp. 



CORNERING CHARACTERISTICS OF TYRES--AN IMPROVED METHOD 
FOR THEIR DETERMINATION, V. E. Gough, Dunlop Research 
Centre , Physical Research Division, Birmingham, England; 
Automobile Engineer , Vol. 44, April 1954, pp. 137-141 



DIRECT ON-THE-ROAD MEASUREMENT OF TIRE LATERAL 
CHARACTERISTICS, FMC Corporation , American Viscose 
Dlv., Fibers Technical Dept., Product Information, 
Marcus Hook, Pa., Technical Service Bulletin G-22, 
April 1969, 43 pp. 

DYNAMICS OF AN AUTOMOBILE IN A CORNERING MANEUVER ON 
AND OFF THE HIGHWAY, W. Bergman, Ford Motor Co. , 
Dearborn, Mich., E. A. Fox & E. Saibel, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y., presented at the 
1st International Conf. on Mechanics of Soil-Vehicle 
Systems, Turin-St. Vincent, June 1961, 28 op. 



LABORATORY DETERMINATION OF TIRE FORCES, J. R. Nothstlne 
and F. N. Beauvais, Ford Motor Company , presented at 
Society of Automotive Engineers International Summer 
Meeting, June 10-14, Montreal, Canada, SAE Report No. 
713B, 15 pp. 



GRUNDLAGEN ZUR BERECHNUNG DER SEITENFUHRUNGSKENNLINIEN 
VON REIFEN (BASIS FOR CALCULATING LATERAL DEFLECTING 
CHARACTERISTICS OF TIRES), F. Frank, Deutsche Dunlop 
Gummi Compagnie AG ., Hanau, Germany, presented at the 
International Conference of the German Rubber Society 
in Munich, October 9-11, 1965; reprint Kautschuk und 
Gummi Kunststoffe, Vol. 18, No. 8, 1965, pp. 515-533 



LATERAL FORCES ON VEHICLES DURING DRIVING, J. G. Smith & 
J. E. Smith, Dunlop Company, Ltd ., Physical Research 
Department, Birmingham, England; Automobile Engineer , 
December 1967, 7 pp. 



THEORETICAL PREDICTION OF THE EFFECT OF TRACTION ON 
CORNERING FORCE, Walter Bergman, Ford Motor Company , 
Dearborn, Michigan, presented at the Society of Auto- 
motive Engineers Summer Meeting, Edgewater Beach Hotel, 
Chicago, Illinois, June 5-10, 1960, SAE Report No. 186A, 
24 pp. 

TIRE TRACTION MEASUREMENT ON THE ROAD AND IN THE 
LABORATORY, Walter Bergman, Harold R. Clemett, 6. 
Narendra J. Sheth, Ford Motor Company , Product Test 
Operations, Dearborn, Mich., presented at the 1971 
Annual Meeting of the Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 1971, SAE Report No. 
710090, 60 pp. 



THE LINK BETWEEN TYRES, VEHICLES, AND ROADS, V. E. 
Gough & B. J. Allbert, Dunlop Company Limited , U.K. 
Tyre Group, Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, England, presented 
at the Advanced School of Automobile Engineering, 
Cranfield, sponsored by the Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers, Automobile Dlv., July 3-4, 1968, 12 pp. 



THE FORCED LATERAL OSCILLATIONS OF TRAILERS, A. Sllbar, 
Technical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria; 
P. R. Paslay, General Electric Company , Mechanical 
Engineering Laboratory, Schenectady, N. Y., presented 
at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
Applied Mechanics Division Summer Conference, Berkeley, 
Calif., June 13-15, 1957, Paper No. 57--APM-4, 5 pp. 



PRACTICAL TIRE RESEARCH, V. E. Gough, Dunlop Rubber 
Company, Ltd ., Birmingham, England, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Golden Anniversary 
Summer Meeting, Atlantic City, N. J., June 15, 1955; 
reprint SAE Transactions, Vol. 64, 1956, pp. 311-347 



THE TYRE AND SAFETY, V. E. Gough and D. W. Badger, 
Dunlop Rubber Company. Limited , U. K. Tyre Group, 
Birmingham 24, England, Simplified version of TYRES 
AND ROAD SAFETY presented to the Fifth world Meeting 
of the International Road Federation, London, September 
18-24, 1966, 16 pp. 



ANALYSIS OF TIRE LATERAL FORCES AND INTERPRETATION OF 
EXPERIMENTAL TIRE DATA, Donald L. Nordeen, General 
Motors Corporation , Engineering Mechanics Department, 
Warren, Michigan, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers National Meeting, January 9-13, 

1967, Report No. GMR-575, 29 pp; also SAE Report 
No. 670173, 12 pp. 

APPLICATION OF TIRE CHARACTERIZING FUNCTIONS TO TIRE 
DEVELOPMENT, Donald L. Nordeen, General Motors Corp ., 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 

1968, SAE Report No. 680409, 14 pp. 



TYRE-TO-GROUND CONTACT STRESSES, V. E. Gough, Dunlop 
Research Center , Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, England, 
presented to the Stress Analysis Group Conference on 
Contact Stresses, London, May 14, 1958; reprint Wear , 
1958-59, Vol. 2, pp. 107-126 



FORCE AND MOMENT CHARACTERISTICS OF ROLLING TIRES, 
Donald L. Nordeen & Anthony D. Cortese, General Motors 
Corp. , Research Labs., Warren, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers International Summer 
Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 10-14, 1963, 
GM Report No. 404, 20 pp., 22 figs. 



TYRES AND ROAD SAFETY, V. E. Gough and D. W. Badger, 
Dunlop Rubber Compan y . Limited , Tyre Technical Division, 
Birmingham 24, England, paper presented at Session D5 
on Safety at Fifth World Meeting of the International 
Road Federation, London, September 18-24, 1966, 32 pp. 



ROAD CONTACT FORCES OF TRUCK TIRES AS MEASURED IN THE 
LABORATORY, James L. Ginn & R. L. Marlowe, B. F. 
Goodrich Co. , Brecksville, Ohio, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting 
Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE Report No. 
670493, 10 pp. 



HIGH-SPEED CORNERING FORCES, J.J. Robson, Firestone 
Tire & Rubber Co ., Akron, Ohio, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Golden Anniversary 
Summer Meeting, Atlantic City, N. J., June 15, 1955; 
reprint SAE Transactions , Vol. 64, 1956, pp. 335-337 



PHYSICS OF THE SLIPPING WHEEL--PART II, SLIP UNDER 
BOTH TRACTIVE AND LATERAL FORCES, D. I. Livingston 6. 
J. E. Brown, Jr., Goodyear Tire 6t Rubber Company . 
Research Dlv., Akron, Ohio; Rubber Chemistry & 
Technology, Vol. 43, No. 2, March 1970, pp. 244-261 



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PHYSICS OF THE SLIPPING WHEEL. III. SLIP UNDER CAMBER AND 
OTHER FORCES IN PNEUMATIC TIRES, D.I. Livingston, 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, presented 
at a meeting of the Division of Rubber Chemistry, 
American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C., May 5-8, 
1970; Rubber Chemistry & Technology , Vol. 43, No. 5, 
September 1970, pp. 981-994 



PROPERTIES OF TIRES AFFECTING RIDING, STEERING AND 
HANDLING, R. D. Evans, Goodyear Tire {. Rubber Company , 
Akron, Ohio; Society of Automotive Engineers Journal , 
Vol. 36, No. 2, February 1935, pp. 41-49 



EXPERIMENTELLE UNTERSUCHUNGEN UBER SEITENKRAFTE AN 
ROLLENDEN LUFTREIFEN (EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS OF 
LATERAL FORCES ACTING ON ROLLING TYRES), Norbert Seitz, 
Institut fur Verbrennungskraf tmaschinen und 
Kraf tfahrzeuge , Technischen Hochschule, Munchen, 
Germany; Automobll-Industrie , Vol. 14, No. 4, November 
24, 1969, pp. 71-77 



CORNERING ABILITY ANALYSIS BASED ON VEHICLE DYNAMICS 
SYSTEM, Takeshi Nakatsuka & Katsuji Takanami, Isuzu 
Motors Ltd . , Tokyo, Japan; 1970 International 
Automotive Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 210-225; SAE Report No. 700368 



CORNERING CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTOMOBILES, Takeshi 
Nakatsuka & Katsuji Takanami, Isuzu Motors, Ltd. , 
Vehicle Dynamics and Safety Laboratory, Tokyo, Japan, 
Paper No. 8, Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., Society 
of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Stability and Control 
Committee, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 42 pp. 



THEORETICAL STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF TRACTIVE AND BRAKING 
FORCES ON CORNERING CHARACTERISTICS OF TIRE, Hideo 
Sakai, Japan Automobile Research Institute, Inc ., 
Yatabe-cho, Tsukubagun, Ibaragi, Japan, Paper No. 4, 
Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., Society of Automotive 
Engineers of Japan, Stability and Control Committee, 
Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 16 pp. 



EFFECT OF A TIME-VARYING LOAD ON SIDE FORCE GENERATED 
BY A TIRE OPERATING AT CONSTANT SLIP ANGLE, Walter H. 
Metcalf, Lessells and Associates, Inc ., Waltham, Mass., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
International Summer Meeting, Montreal, Canada, June 
10-14, 1963, SAE Report No. 713C, 9 pp. 



TRACTION EFFECTS WHILE CORNERING, F. D. Hales, 
LouRhborough University of Technology , Loughborough, 
Leicestershire, England; N. F. Barter, Motor Industry 
Research Association, Warwickshire, England; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 255-264; SAE Report No. 700372 



SOME EXPERIMENTS ON HANDLING PERFORMANCE OF INTERCITY 
BUS, Katsu Toida, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd ., 
Kawasaki Motor Vehicle Works, Technical Dept., Kawasaki, 
Japan, Paper No. 11, Safety Research Tour in U.S.A., 
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Stability and 
Control Committee, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 8 pp. 



TRACTION EFFECTS WHILE CORNERING, F. D. Hales, 
Loughborough University of Technology, Loughborough, 
Leicestershire, England; N. F. Barter, Motor Industry 
Research Association , Warwickshire, England; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium, 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 255-264; SAE Report No. 700372 



INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF WHEEL BRAKING ON SIDE- 
FORCE CAPABILITY OF A PNEUMATIC TIRE, Thomas A. 
Byrdsong, National Aeronautics & Space Administration , 
Langley Research Center, Langley Station, Hampton, 
Va., NASA TN D-4602, June 1968, 21 pp. 

A NEW LOOSE INVERSE PROCEDURE FOR MATCHING TYRES AND 
CAR USING A MATHEMATICAL MODEL, A. Chiesa & L. 
Rinonapoli, Pirelli S.p.A. , Milan, Italy; Proceedings 
of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1968-69, 
Handling of Vehicles Under Emergency Conditions , 
Vol. 183, Part 3H, pp. 93-108 



VEHICLE STABILITY STUDIED WITH A NON-LINEAR SEVEN DEGREE 
MODEL, A. Chiesa & L. Rinonapoli, Pirelli S.p.A., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid- 
Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 15-19, 1967, SAE 
Report No. 670476, 16 pp. 



DYNAMICS OF AN AUTOMOBILE IN A CORNERING MANEUVER ON 
AND OFF THE HIGHWAY, W. Bergman, Ford Motor Co., 
Dearborn, Mich., E. A. Fox & E. Saibel, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute , Troy, N. Y., presented at the 
1st International Conf . on Mechanics of Soil-Vehicle 
Systems, Turin-St. Vincent, June 1961, 28 pp. 



BRAKING FORCE/BRAKING SLIP: MEASUREMENTS OVER A RANGE 
OF CONDITIONS BETWEEN AND 100 PER CENT SLIP, 
K. E. Holmes, Road Research Laboratory , Vehicles 
Section, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 292, 1970, 13 pp., 15 figs. 



AN INTRODUCTORY DISCUSSION OF THE FACTORS AFFECTING 
CAR HANDLING, I. D. Neilson, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Vehicles Section, Crowthorne, 
England, Report No. LR 133, 1968, 17 pp., 1 fig. 

CAR HANDLING CHARACTERISTICS- -DIRECTIONAL STABILITY 
AND CONTROL OF A FOUR-WHEEL VEHICLE IN A FLAT TURN, 
Martin Goland 6. Frederick Jindra, Southwest Research 
Institute, San Antonio, Texas; reprint Automobile 
Engineer , Vol. 51, No. 8, August 1961, pp. 296-302 

THE FORCED LATERAL OSCILLATIONS OF TRAILERS, A. Slibar, 
Technical University of Vienna , Vienna, Austria; 
P. R. Paslay, General Electric Company, Mechanical 
Engineering Laboratory, Schenectady, N. Y. , presented 
at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
Applied Mechanics Division Summer Conference, Berkeley, 
Calif., June 13-15, 1957, Paper No. 57--APM-4, 5 pp. 



ANALYSIS OF THE STEADY-STATE TURNING BEHAVIOUR OF AN 
AUTOMOBILE, Hugo S. Radt, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., 
Inc., Vehicle Dynamics Dept., Buffalo, N. Y., Ir. Hans 
B. Pacejka, Technische Hogeschool, Laboratorium Noor 
Voertuigtechniek, Delft, Holland; reprint Proceedings 
of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers , Paper 8, 
1963, pp. 66-79 



CORNERING CHARACTERISTICS OF TYRES, T. Okada 6. T. 
Takagi, Toyo Industries , Hiroshima, Japan, presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan Spring 
Meeting, May 15, 1963, 6 pp. 



EFFECT OF TRACTIVE FORCE ON DIRECTIONAL STABILITY AND 
CONTROLLABILITY OF VEHICLES, Tadashi Okada & Takeo 
Sagishima, Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd ., Testing 6. Research Div, 
Hiroshima, Japan, Paper No. 10, Safety Research Tour in 
U.S.A., Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, 
Stability and Control Committee, Tokyo, Japan, Oct.- 
Nov. 1969, 33 pp.; presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 19-23, 1969, SAE Report No. 690527, 18 pp. 



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ON THE VEHICLE DYNAMIC RESPONSE TO THE STEERING CONTROL, 
T. Kohno, S. Tsuchiya, N. Komoda & H. Iwase, Toyota 
Motor Co. , Ltd . , Toyota-shi, Aichi, Japan, Paper No. 7, 
Safety Research Tour in U. S.A., Society of Automotive 
Engineers of Japan, Stability and Control Committee, 
Tokyo, Japan, Oct. -Nov. 1969, 17 pp. 



EFFECT OF CROSSLINKING ON FLATSPOTTING OF NYLON 6 TIRE 
YARN, C. Cipriani, P. V. Papero & M. S. Moore, Allied 
Chemical Corporation , Fibers Division, Petersburg, Va., 
& J. Menkart, Harris Research Laboratories, Incorpo- 
rated, Allied Chemical Corporation Report No. M-4, 
October 1965, 22 pp. 



CAR STABILITY AND TRANSIENT TIRE FORCES, S. A. Lippmann, 
U. S. Rubber Company , Detroit, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers National Passenger Car 
Body & Materials Meeting, Detroit, Mich., March 2-4, 
1954, SAE Report No. 269, 14 pp. 



EFFECTS OF TIRE CONSTRUCTION ON FLATSPOTTING 
by H. E. Muller, Allied Chemical Corporation , Fibers 
Division, Petersburg, Virginia, Report No. M-ll, May, 
1967, 10 pp. 



TIRE BEHAVIOR IN STEERING, A. W. Bull, U. S. Rubber 
Company , Detroit, Mich.; Society Automotive Engineers 
Journal , Vol. 45, No. 2, 1939, pp. 344-350 



THE MECHANISM OF TIRE FLATSPOTTING AND ITS RELATION TO 
FIBER PROPERTIES, H. J. Oswald, P. V. Papero & R. C. 
Wincklhofer, Allied Chemical Corporation , Fibers 
Division, Petersburg, Va., Report No. M-2, July 1965, 
14 pp. 



A LABORATORY EVALUATION OF TIRES FOR DIRECTIONAL 
CONTROL, Thomas P. Baker, U. S. Rubber Tire Company , 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 13-17, 1964, SAE Report No. 794B, 5 pp. 



SENKRECHTE KRAFTE ZWISCHEN STRASSE UND REIFEN (VERTICAL 
FORCES BETWEEN ROAD SURFACES AND TIRES), W. Endres & 
J. Bomhard ; translated by A. C. Benkelman, Bureau of 
Public Roads, Washington, D. C, 3 pp. 



STRUCTURAL MECHANISMS OF TIRES LEADING TO THE 
DEVELOPMENT OF STEERING FORCES, Seymour A. Lippmann, 
U. S. Rubber Tire Company , Detroit, Mich., Society of 
Automotive Engineers Report No. 794C, January 1964, 
8 pp. 



AN ANALYSIS OF TIRE TRACTION PROPERTIES ANT) THEIR 
INFLUENCE ON VEHICLE DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE, Howard Dugoff, 
P. S. Fancher & Leonard Segel, University of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium . Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 341-366; SAE Report No. 700377 



EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF TIRE SHEAR FORCE MECHANICS, 
P. S. Fancher, Jr., H. Dugoff, K. C. Ludema & L. Segel, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. CST-928-5, 
prepared for National Bureau of Standards, Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems Section, 
Washington, D. C, July 30, 1970, 16 pp. 



TIRE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS AFFECTING VEHICLE 
RESPONSE TO STEERING AND BRAKING CONTROL INPUTS, 
Howard Dugoff, Paul S. Fancher & Leonard Segel, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract No. - 460, 
prepared for National Bureau of Standards, Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research Tire System Section, 
Washington, D. C, August 1969, 105 pp., PB 187 667; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , SAE P-30, pp. 341-366, SAE Report No. 700377 



UBER DEN RUNDLAUF VON FAHRZEUGRADERN (ON THE TRUE 
RUNNING OF VEHICLE WHEELS), Albrecht Liiders, Otto 
Hofmann & Heinz Brinkmann ; Automobil-Industrie , Vol. 
No. 2, April 24, 1970, pp. 93-100 



15, 



VEHICLE SENSITIVITY TO TIRE DISTURBANCES, L. M. Wallace, 

Chrysler Corp . , Detroit, Mich., presented to the Society 

of Automotive Engineers Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 17- 
21, 1965, SAE Report No. 650520, 8 pp. 



THE MECHANISM OF TIRE THUMP AND ROUGHNESS, H. S. 
Jr., Cornell Aeronautical Lab. , Inc. , Buffalo, N 



Radt, 
Y., 



presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers National 
Automobile Week, Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, 
Mich., March 13-17, 1961, Report No. 322C, 28 pp. 



A METHOD OF SIMULATING TIRE ENVELOPING POWER IN 
CALCULATIONS OF VEHICLE RIDE PERFORMANCE, C.J. Albert, 
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc. , Vehicle Dynamics Dept., 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. DA-30-069-ORD-2913, 
prepared for U. S. Army Ordnance Tank-Automotive 
Command, Dynamic Simulation Lab., CAL Report No. 
YM-1424-V-300, November 17, 1961, 34 pp. 



TYRE AND VEHICLE VIBRATION, V. E. Gough, C. W. Barson, 
J. C. Hutchinson & D. H. James, Dunlcp Rubber Company , 
Limited , Birmingham, England, paper presented to Auto- 
mobile Division, Institution of Mechanical Engineers; 
reprint Proc . Instn. Mech. Engrs ., 1964-65, Vol. 179, 



Part 2A No. 7, 29 pp. 



THE LATERAL FLEXIBILITY OF PNEUMATIC TIRE AND ITS 
APPLICATION TO THE LATERAL ROLLING CONTACT PROBLEM, 
A. R. Savkoor, University of Technology , Holland; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 367-381; SAE Report No. 700378 



TIRE SUSPENSION AND VIBRATION PROPERTIES 

EXPERIMENTAL CONFIRMATION OF RIDE THEORY, J. R. Ellis, 
Advanced School of Automobile Engineering, Cranfield, 
Bedfordshire, England; Advances in Automobile 

Engineering , Cranfield International Symposium Series 

Vol. 4, 1963, pp. 123-137, Macmillan Company, New York, 
N. Y. 



TYRE UNIFORMITY, Dunlop Rubber Company, Ltd ., Technical 
Presentation Marketing Div., Birmingham, England, 
prepared for U. K. Tyre Group, Fort Dunlop, Erdington, 
Birmingham, England, Serial No. 1350H, February 1967, 
8 pp. 



TYRE UNIFORMITY GRADING MACHINE, V. E. Gough, C. W. 
Barson, S. W. Gough & W. D. Bennett, Dunlop Rubber 
Company, Limited , Birmingham, England; reprint The 
Engineer , April 27, 1962, 11 pp. 



TYRES AND AlR SUSPENSION, V. E. Gough, Dunlop Rubber 
Company, Ltd ., Birmingham, England; Advances in 
Automobile Engineering , Cranfield International 
Symposium Series--Vol. 4, pp. 59-81, Macmillan Company, 
New York, N. Y. , 1963 



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SENKRECHTE KRAFTE ZWISCHEN STRASSE UND REIFEN (VERTICAL 
FORCES BETWEEN ROAD SURFACES AND TIRES), W. Endres 6< 
J. Bomhard; translated by A. C. Benkelman, Bureau of 
Public Roads, Washington, D. C, 3 pp. 



TIKE DYNAMICS --EFFECT ON NOISE AND VIBRATION, J. W. 
Liska & J. Sidles, Firestone Tire 6. Rubber Company , 
Akron, Ohio, presented at the Societv of Automotive 
Engineers National Automobile Week, Sheraton-Cadillac 
Hotel, Detroit, Mich., March 13-17, 1961, SAE Report 
No. 322F, 12 pp., 7 figs. 

THE CONTROL OF TIRE NON -UNIFORMITY AND A PASSENGER CAR 
MANUFACTURER'S POINT OF VIEW, J. Bajer, Ford Motor 
Company , presented at the National Automobile Meeting, 
March 19-21, 1963, Detroit, Michigan, SAE Report No. 
667B, 15 pp. 



TOOLS AND METHODS FOR AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE NOISE AND 
VIBRATION TESTING, A. M. Sogoian & W. V. Paliga, 
Ford Motor Company, Test Engineering Department, 
Dearborn, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670162, 
20 pp. 

APPLICATION OF TIRE CHARACTERIZING FUNCTIONS TO TIRE 
DEVELOPMENT, Donald L. Nordeen, General Motors Corp. , 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 
1968, SAE Report No. 680409, 14 pp. 



DYNAMIC SPRING RATE PERFORMANCE OF ROLLING TIRES, 
Richard E. Rasmussen & Anthony D. Cortese, General 
Motors Corp . , Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, 
Mich., May 20-24, 1968, SAE Report No. 680408, 7 pp. 



THE EFFECT OF LOADED RADIAL RUNOUT ON TIRE ROUGHNESS 
AND SHAKE, L. M. Morrish & R. R. Haist, General Motors 
Corporation , Buick Motor Division, Flint, Mich., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
National Automobile Week, Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, 
Detroit, Mich., March 13-17, 1961, SAE Report No. 322E, 
9 pp., 4 figs. 



EFFECT OF WHEEL NONUNIFORMITIES ON THE TIRE-WHEEL 
ASSEMBLY AND THE VEHICLE, A. Lloyd Nedley, General 
Motors Corporation , Chevrolet Motor Div., Detroit, Mich. 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680005, 6 pp. 



FACTORS INFLUENCING THE MEASUREMENT OF TIRE UNIFORMITY, 
Donald L. Nordeen & Richard E. Rasmussen, General Motors 
Corp . ■ Research Labs., Engineering Mechanics Dept., 
Warren, Mich., GMR-477, April 6, 1965, 25 pp. 



RADICAL IMPROVEMENTS IN TIRE AND WHEEL MANUFACTURE-- 
THEIR EFFECTS UPON RADIAL FORCE VARIATION OF THE 
ASSEMBLY, A. Lloyd Nedley & Deane M. Gearig, General 
Motors Corporation , Chevrolet Motor Division, Detroit, 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700089, 6 pp. 



UNIFORMITY CONTROL OF CURED TIRES, Clarence Hofelt, Jr. 
General Tire (x Rubber Company , Experimental Testing 
Section, Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690076, 5 pp. 

ELIMINATION OF TEMPERATURE INDUCED N0NUNIF0RMITY IN 
TIRES BY AIR RING CONTROL, Frank J. Ciraprich, 
B ■ F. Goodrich Co . , Brecksville, Ohio, presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690075, 9 pp. 



AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS 
AND UNIFORMITY OF 18 X 5.5 RIB AND DIMPLE AIRCRAFT TLRES, 
F. H. Ho, B. F. Goodrich Research Center , Brecksville, 
Ohio, Contract No. AF42600-67-C-3430, prepared for 
U. S. Air Force, Aerospace Vehicle Alighting Systems 
Br., Service Engineering Div., Hill Air Force Base, 
Utah, December 1969, 126 pp. 



MEASURING TIRE UNIFORMITY, Clarence Hofelt, Jr., 
General Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio; H. D. 
Tarpinian, U. S. Rubber Tire Co., Detroit, Mich.; & 
C. Z. Draves, Jr., B. F. Goodrich Tire Co. , Brecksville, 
Ohio, Society of Automotive Engineers Report No. 
650522, May 1965 



FACTORS OF TJRE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE AFFECTING 
UNIFORMITY, J. A. Davisson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co ., 
Akron, Ohio, presented to the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Meeting, Chicago, 111., May 17-21, 1965, 
SAE Report No. 650521, 10 pp. 



TIRE UNIFORMITY, M. G. Anderson, Goodyear Tire 6. Rubber 
Company , Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers National Automobile Week, Sheraton- 
Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, Mich., March 13-17, 1961, 
SAE Report No. 322B, 5 pp., 2 figs. 



EFFECT OF CROSSLINKING ON FLATSPOTTING OF NYLON 6 TIRE 
YARN, C. Cipriani, P. V. Papero & M. S. Moore, Allied 
Chemical Corporation, Fibers Division, Petersburg, Va., 
and J. Menkart, Harris Research Laboratories, Incorpo- 
rated, Allied Chemical Corporation Report No. M-4, 
October 1965, 22 pp. 



UBER DEN RUNDLAUF VON FAHRZEUGRADERN (ON THE TRUE 
RUNNING OF VEHICLE WHEELS), Albrecht Lu'ders, T3tto 
Hofmann & Heinz Brinkmann; Automobil-Industrie, Vol. 15, 
No. 2, April 24, 1970, pp. 93-100 



UBER DEN RUNDLAUF VON FAHRZEUGRADERN (ON THE TRUE 
RUNNING OF VEHICLE WHEELS), Albrecht Luders , Otto 
Hofmann 6c Heinz Brinkmann; Automobil-Industrie, Vol. ,15, 
No. 2, April 24, 1970, pp. 93-100 



THE INFLUENCE OF DESIGN PARAMETERS ON THE SHOCK- 
ABSORBING CAPACITY, ROAD-HOLDING AND NOISE-LEVEL OF 
CAR TYRES, B. Yurkovski, V. A. Astrov & A. V. Ivanteev, 
Moscow Tyre Works ; translated by P. G. Williams; 
Kauchuk 1 Rezina, Vol. 26, No. 5, 1967, pp. 30-33 



MEASURING TIRE UNIFORMITY, Clarence Hofelt, Jr., 
Gener al Tir e & Rubber Co. . Akron, Ohio; H. D. 
Tarpinian, U. S. Rubber Tire Co., Detroit, Mich.; 
'6. C. Z. Draves, Jr., B. F. Goodrich Tire Co., 
Brecksville, Ohio, Society of Automotive Engineers 
Report No. 650522, May 1965 



TRANSMISSION OF TYRE VIBRATIONS, A. Chiesa, L. Oberto 
6. L. Tamburlni, Pirelli S.p.A , Rubber Labs., Milan, 
Italy; Automobile Engineer , Vol. 54, No. 13, December 
1964, pp. 520-530 



128 



VEHICLE VERTICAL VIBRATION AND TIRE PERFORMANCE, 
Arturo Chiesa, Pirelli Rubber Laboratories , presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers National 
Automobile Week, Detroit, Mich., March 12-16, 1962, 
SAE Report No. 490C, 14 pp. 



VIBRATIONAL PERFORMANCE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TIRES WITH 
CROSS-BIASSED PLIES AND RADIAL PLIES, Arturo Chiesa, 
Pirelli S ,p.A. , Rubber Labs., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 
1965, SAE Report No. 990B, 12 pp. 



FORCES AND TORQUES ASSOCIATED WITH ROUGHNESS IN TIRES, 
S. A. Lippmann, U. S. Rubber Company , Tire Div., 
Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers National Automobile Week, Sheraton-Cadillac 
Hotel, Detroit, Mich., March 13-17, 1961, SAE Report 
No. 322D, 6 pp., 4 figs. 



A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ENVELOPING FORCES OF 
PASSENGER TIRES, S. A. Lippmann and J. D. Nanny, U. S. 



Rubber Co. , presented at the Society of Automotive Engi- 
neers, Automotive Engineering Congress, Det oit, Mich., 
January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670174, 10 pp. 



TIRES IN AUTOMOTIVE VIBRATION PROBLEMS, Seymour A. 
Lippmann, United States Rubber Company , Detroit, Mich, 
reprint Noise Control , Vol. 2, May 1956, pp. 41-43 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman , R. L. Guslitser; 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



SURFACE TEMPERATURE OF RUNNING TIRES USING INFRARED 
SCANNING, F. S. Conant, G. L. Hall 6< J. D. Walter, 
Firestone Tire &. Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio, presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE Report No. 700475, 
7 pp. 

HOLOGRAPHIC NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING (HNDT) IN THE 
AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY, R. M. Grant & G. M. Brown, 
GC Optroni c s, Incorporated , presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers International Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 
1969, SAE Report No. 690051, 17 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser , 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



MEASURING TIRE UNIFORMITY, Clarence Hofelt, Jr., 
General Tire 6. Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio; H. D. 
Tarpinian, U. S. Rubber Tire Co. , Detroit, Mich.; 
& C. Z. Draves, Jr., B. F. Goodrich Tire Co., 
Brecksville, Ohio, Society of Automotive Engineers 
Report No. 650522, May 1965 



ENVELOPING CHARACTERISTICS OF TRUCK TIRES--A LABORATORY 
EVALUATION, S. A. Lippmann, W. A. Piccin & T. P. Baker, 
U. S. Rubber Tire Company , Detroit, Mich., SAE Report 
No. 650184, 5 pp., presented at SAE International 
Automotive Engineering Congress & Exposition, Detroit, 
Mich., January 11-15, 1965; Tandem Truck Ride & 
Vibration Problems, SP 260 



REAL LIFE SIMULATION--A CHALLENGE TO OVER-THE-ROAD 
TIRE TESTING, Henry C. Hodges, Hodges Transportation 
Inc., & Nevada Automotive Test Center, Carson City, 
Nevada, 11 pp. 

INVESTIGATIONS OF AUTOMOBILE TIRES (UNTERSUCHUNGEN AN 
KRAFTFAHRZEUGREIFEN), G. Krempel , Hannover, Germany, 
ATZ 69 (1967) 1 & 8; translated by Eugen Funer & S. K. 
Clark, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 
July 1968, 56 pp. 



RESEARCH ON AUTOMOBILE TIRES (UNTERSUCHUNGEN AN 
KRAFTFAHRZEUGREIFEN), G. Krempel , Hannover, Germany, 
ATZ 69 (1967) 8; translated by Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., August 1967, 16 pp. 



PLANE VIBRATION CHARACTERISTICS OF A PNEUMATIC TIRE 
MODEL, J. T. Tielklng, University of Michigan , Dept. 
of Engineering Mechanics, Ann Arbor, Mich., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 17-21, 1965, SAE Report No. 650492, 
6 pp. 



DYNAMOMETER TESTS OF AUTOMOBILE TIRES, W. L. Holt & 
P. L. Wormeley, National Bureau of Standards , 
Washington, D. C.; reprint Technologic Papers of the 
Bureau of Standards , No. T240, Vol. 17, 1922-24, 
pp. 559-579 



TIRE TESTING 

SPINVISION: A NEW LOOK AT DYNAMIC TIRE TEMPERATURE, 
John E. Corl & Chester F. Schwall, Jr., Armstrong 
Rubber Company , Research & Development, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE Report No. 700473, 
9 pp. 



TIRES FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE CARS, T. J. P. Joy, D. C. 
Hartley & D. M. Turner, Avon India Rubber Co., Ltd ., 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Golden Anniversary Summer Meeting, Atlantic City, 
N. J., June 15, 1955; reprint SAE Transactions , Vol. 
64, 1956, pp. 319-333 



"PROOF TESTING" RUBBER TIRES--IMPORTANT FUNCTION OF 
THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, R. D. Stiehler, 
National Bureau of Standards , Washington, D. C.J 
reprint The Journal of the American Ordnance 
Association , May-June 1952, 4 pp. 



RESEARCH FOR A UNIFORM QUALITY GRADING SYSTEM FOR 
T1RES--PART II. WHEEL SPEED CAPABILITY TEST, F. C. 
Brenner, J. Mandel & B. G. Simson, National Bureau of 
Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire 
Systems Section, Washington, D. C., Contract No. 
FH-11-6090, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C., 
NBS Report No. 10 067, July 1969, 19 pp; Rubber 
Chemistry & Technology , Vol. 42, No. 5, December 1969, 
pp. 1450-1461 



129 



RESEARCH FOF A UNIFORM QUALITY GRADING SYSTEM FOR TIRES. 
III. BREAKING ENERGY, B. G. Simson, J. Mandel & F. C. 
Brenner, National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle 
Systems Research, Washington, D. C.; Rubber Chemistry 6. 
Technology, Vol. 43, No. 2, March 1970, pp. 356-369 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Bidennan, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov , I.I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg , Moscow, State Scientific & Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES FOR EXAMINING THE FILAMENT- 
WOUND TIRE, T. R. Henderson, University of Dayton, 
Research Institute, Dayton, Ohio; J. A. Holloway & 
H. P. McMakin, U. S. Air Force, Air Force Materials 
Lab., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Technical 
Report AFML-TR-68-275, November 1968, 28 pp. 



HIGH SPEED TEST PROGRAM ON TWO GROUPS OF 8.15-15 TIRES, 
Nevada Automotive Test Center , Carson City, Nevada, 
for FMC Corporation, American Viscose Division, Final 
Report, Project No. 20-1-209, Purchase Order No. MH82- 
5940, June 1965, 12 pp., 9 figures 



POLYESTER AND BELTED TIRE ROAD TEST EVALUATION, VOLUME I, 
James E. Dobbins, Nevada Automotive Test Center , Carson 
City, Nev., Contract No. FH-11-7435, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic 
Safety Administration, Washington, D. C, November 1970, 
75 pp. 



AN INFRARED DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUE FOR EVALUATION OF 
AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, David K. Wilburn, U. S. Army Tank 
Automotive Command , Propulsion Systems Laboratory, 
Warren, Mich., Technical Report No. 11154, December 
1970, 60 pp. 



PROGRAMMABLE TIRE TESTING MACHINE OFFERS REALISM AND 
VERSATILITY, Seymour A. Lippmann, U. S. Rubber Tire 
Company , Applied Physics Department, Detroit, Mich.j 
reprint Society of Automotive Engineers Journal, Vol. 
73, No. 9, 1965, pp. 86-89 



POLYESTER AND BELTED TIRE ROAD TEST EVALUATIONS, 
VOLUME II, James E. Dobbins, Nevada Automotive Test 
Center , Carson City, Nev., Contract No. FH-11-7435, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
Washington, D. C, November 1970, 104 pp. 



THE USE OF ULTRASONICS IN THE RUBBER INDUSTRY, 
University of Akron , Rubber Chemistry Division Library, 
Akron, Ohio, Bibliography No. 72, November 1966, 23 pp. 



REAL LIFE SIMUIATI0N--A CHALLENGE TO OVER-THE-ROAD 
TIRE TESTING, "Henry C. Hodges, Hodges Transporat ion 
Inc., & Nevada Automotive Test Center , Carson City, 
Nevada, 11 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov , B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific &. Technical 

Press for Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



A STATUS REPORT ON ULTRASONIC INSPECTION METHODS FOR 
RUBBER BOND CONDITION, G. H. Halsey, Scientific Testing 
Laboratory , Indiana, Pa., presented at the American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers Winter Annual Meeting 
and Energy Systems Exposition, New York, N. Y., 
December 1-5, 1968, ASME Report No. 68-WA/RP-5, 4 pp. 



RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES FOR EXAMINING THE FILAMENT- 
WOUND TIRE, T. R. Henderson, University of Dayton, 
Research Institute, Dayton, Ohio; J. A. Holloway & 
H. P. McMakin, U. S. Air Force, Air Force Materials 
Lab., Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Technical 
Report AFML-TR-68-275, November 1968, 28 pp. 



TIRE USE SURVEYS 



CONDITION OF TIRES AFTER AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS IN 
NORTH DAKOTA, Jaakko K. Klhlberg & Arthur Stern, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Automotive 
Crash Injury Research, Buffalo, N. Y., Grant No. 
UI - 00053, prepared for National Center for Urban & 
Industrial Health, Public Health Service, Cincinnati, 
Ohio; U. S. Department of Health, Education, & Welfare, 
Washington, D. C; & Automobile Manufacturers 
Association, Inc., Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. 
VJ-1823-R20, October 1968, 22 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, CONSTRUCTION, DESIGN, TESTING AND 

OPERATION, V. L. Biderman, R. L. Guslitser, 

S. P. Sakharov, B. V. Nenakhov, I. I. Seleznev & 

S. M. Tsukerberg, Moscow, State Scientific 6. Technical 

Press for .Chemical Literature, pp. 1-171, 291-383, 

1963; National Aeronautics & Space Administration 

Technical Translation TT F-12,382, September 1969, 

242 pp., N70-16410 



TIRE USE SURVEY--THE PHYSICAL CONDITION, USE, AND 
PERFORMANCE OF PASSENGER CAR TIRES IN THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA, J. L. Harvey & F. C. Brenner, National 
Bureau of Standards , Institute for Applied Technology, 
Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Washington, D. C, 
Technical Note 528, May 1970, 43 pp. 



ULTRASONIC NONDESTRUCTIVE INSPECTION OF AUTOMOTIVE 
TIRES--AN EXPLORATORY FEASIBILITY STUDY, R. N. Pierce 
& L. U. Rastrelll, Southwest Research Institute, 
San Antonio, Texas, NBS Contract No. CST-399, prepared 
for the U. S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau 
of Standards, Washington, D. C, February 1969, 23 pp. 



FREQUENCY OF TIRE DISABLEMENTS AMONG FOUR-TIRED 
VEHICLES ON THE ILLINOIS T0LLWAY, G. Declan Mcllraith & 
J. Stannard Baker, Northwestern University , Traffic 
Institute, Evanston, 111., Tire Study No. 1, 1968, 84 pp. 
also Highway Research Record No. 272, Publication 1649, 
Highway Research Board, National Academy of Sciences, 
Washington, D. C, pp. 24-38 



130 



TIRE DISABLEMENTS FOLLOWED BY ACCIDENTS AMONG FOUR- 
TIRED VEHICLES ON THE ILLINOIS TOLLWAY, J. Stannard 
Baker & G. Declan Mcllraith, Northwestern University, 
Traffic Institute, Evanston, 111., Tire Study Number 
•4, 1968, 74 pp.; also Highway Research Record No. 272, 
Publication 1649, Highway Research Board, National 
Academy of Sciences, Washington, D. C, pp. 24-38 



TIRE DISABLEMENTS NOT FOLLOWED BY ACCIDENTS AMONG 
FOUR-TIRED VEHICLES ON THE ILLINOIS TOLLWAY, J. Stannard 
Baker & G. Declan Mcllraith, Northwestern University , 
Traffic Institute, Evanston, Illinois, Tire Study 
Number 3, 1968, 50 pp.; also Highway Research Record 
No. 272, Publication 1649, Highway Research Board, 
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D. C, 
pp. 24-38 



USE AND CONDITION OF TIRES AMONG FOUR-TIRED VEHICLES ON 
THE ILLINOIS TOLLWAY, J. Stannard Baker & G. Declan 
Mcllraith, Northwestern University , Traffic Institute, 
Evanston, 111., Tire Study Number 2, 1968, 47 pp.; 
also Highway Research Record No. 272, Publication 1649, 
Highway Research Board, National Academy of Sciences, 
Washington, D. C. pp. 24-38 



RESEARCH REPORT ON THE PHYSICAL CONDITION OF PASSENGER 
VEHICLE TIRES IN HIGHWAY USE, Paul R. Lepisto, 
Southwest Research Institute , San Antonio, Texas, 
Contract No. CST-399, prepared for Office of Vehicle 
Systems Research, National Bureau of Standards, 
Washington, D. C, September 30, 1968, 99 pp., 
PB 189 271 



PASSENGER TIRE USE SURVEY- -CONSOLIDATED REPORT, 
I. R. Ehrlich, M. P. Jurkat, A. R. Schaefer, I. 0. Kamm, 
and F. Parsons, Stevens Institute of Technology , 
Davidson Laboratory, Hoboken, N. J., Contract No. 
CST-398, prepared for National Bureau of Standards, 
Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems Section 
Washington, D. C., March 1969, 96 pp., PB 189 487 



TIRE WEAR AND DURABILITY 

SPINVISION: A NEW LOOK AT DYNAMIC TIRE TEMPERATURE, 
John E. Corl & Chester F. Schwall, Jr., Armstrong 
Rubber Company , Research & Development, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE Report No. 700473, 
9 pp. 



CALCULATION OF STRESS AND DEFORMATION APPEARING IN 
PNEUMATIC TIRES UNDER ROTATION, B. L. Bukhln ; reprint 
Reschet na Prochnost, No. 6, 56, Moscow 1960 



ENERGY METHOD FOR CALCULATING STRESSES IN RUBBERIZED 
CYLINDRICAL PLY CASINGS, V. L. Biderman & B. L. Bukhln ; 
reprint Teck. Nauk. Mekh. Mashinostroenie , No. 6, 77, 
1959 

TIRE WEAR MODEL, Edward A. Saibel, Carnegie-Mellon 
University , Dept. of Mechanical Engineering-, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., NBS Contract No. CST-854-5, prepared for National 
Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, August 1969, 
19 pp., PB 185 544 

"IRE WEAR MODEL, Edward Saibel & Chenglung Tsai, 
Carnegie-Mellon University , Dept. of Mechanical 
Engineering, Pittsburgh, Pa., NBS Contract No. CST-854-5, 
prepared for National Bureau of Standards, Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems Section, 
Washington, D. C, CMU Interim Report No. 2, 
November 1969, 38 pp., AD 699 806 



TIRE WEAR MODEL, Edward Saibel 6. Chenglung Tsai, 
Carnegie-Mellon University , Dept. of Mechanical 
Engineering, Pittsburgh, Pa., NBS Contract No. CST-854-5, 
prepared for National Bureau of Standards, Office of 
Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems Section, 
Washington, D. C, CMU Interim Report No. 3, February 
1970, 32 pp.,. AD 701 254 



INFORMATION ON THE VALIDITY OF ACCELERATED TREADWEAR 
TESTS, Jesse R. West & C. E. McCormick, Continental 
Carbon Company , Research Division, Houston, Texas, 
presented at the A. C. S. Rubber Division Meeting, 
Buffalo, N. Y., October 14-17, 1969, 17 pp. 



ABRASION OF ELASTOMERS UNDER LABORATORY AND SERVICE 
CONDITIONS, D. Bulgin & M. H. Walters, Dunlop Company 
Limited , Dunlop Research Centre, Physical Research 
Department, Birmingham, England; reprint The Proceeding; 
of the International Rubber Conference , 1967, pp. 445- 
469 



FACTORS INFLUENCING CUT GROWTH TESTING, W. A. Gurney & 
1. C. Cheetham, Dunlop Research Centre , Birmingham, 
England, I. R. I. Transactions, 1959, pp. 45-62 



CALCULATION OF CRITICAL SPEED FOR ROTATING PNEUMATIC 
TIRES, V. L. Biderman & B. L. Bukhin; reprint 
Teck. Nauk. Mekh. Mashinostroenie, No. 1, 52, 1961 



CRITICAL SPEED OF A 'ROTATING PNEUMATIC TIRE: BASIC 
EXPERIMENTAL DATA, V. L. Biderman ; reprint Raschet na 
Prochnost, No. 7, Part 3, 324, 1961 



ENERGY METHOD FOR CALCULATING STRESSES IN RUBBERIZED 
CYLINDRICAL PLY CASINGS, V. L. Biderman & B. L. Bukhin; 
reprint Teck. Nauk. Mekh. Mashinostroenie , No. 6, 77, 
1959 



ON THE ABRASION OF RUBBER, A. Schallamach, The British 
Rubber Producers' Research Association , Welwyn Garden 
City, Herts, England; reprint Proc. Phys. Soc , Vol. 
67, Pt. 12-B, pp. 883-891 



FRICTION AND WEAR IN TYRES, T. Holmes & V. E. Gough, 
Dunlop Company Ltd. , Tyre Technical Division, 
Birmingham, England; Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) 
Conference on "Friction and Wear in Tyres", June 1969, 
pp. 39-57, Ministry of Technology, London, S.W.I, 
England 



FRONT SUSPENSION AND TYRE WEAR, V. E. Gough, & G. R. 
Shearer, Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd ., Birmingham, England; 
reprint Proc. of the Automobile Div., Institute of 
Mechanical Engineers, No. 9, 1955-56, pp. 171-216 



FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES OF THE FRICTION AND WEAR OF RUBBER 
COMPOUNDS, M. H. Walters, Dunlop Company, Ltd. , Central 
Research & Development Division, Birmingham, England; 
Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) Conference on "Friction 
and Wear in Tyres", June 1969, pp. 29-38, Ministry of 
Technology, London, S.W.I, England 



CALCULATION OF CRITICAL SPEED FOR ROTATING PNEUMATIC 
TIRES, V. L. Biderman & B. L. Bukhln ; reprint 
Teck. Nauk. Mekh. Mashinostroenie , No. 1, 52, 1961 



WEAR AND FRICTION OF AIRCRAFT TYRES, T. Holmes & 
V. E. Gough, Dunlop Company Limited , U. K. Tyre Group, 
Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, England, Technical Marketing 
Div. Serial No. SA.144, December 1968, 28 pp. 



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CHARACTERIZATION OF CORD FATIGUE IN TIRES, K. R. 
Williams, J. W. Hannell & J. M. Swanson, E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Co . , Textile Fibers Dept . , Rayon Research 
Div., Richmond, Va.; reprint Industrial and Engineering 
Chemistry, April 1953, Vol. 45, No. 4, pp. 796-800 



AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TIRE CORD FATIGUE, by 
W. G. Klein, M. M. Piatt, and W. J. Hamburger, Fabric 
Research Laboratories, Incorporated , Dedham, Massachu- 
setts; reprint Textile Research Journal , Vol. 32, No. 5, 
May, 1962, 16 pp. 



CORD STRESSES IN INFLATED TIRES, Herbert G. Lauterbach 
& William F. Ames, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company , 
Inc., Wilmington, Del.; reprint Textile Research 
Journal, November 1959, Vol. XXIX, No. 11, pp. 890-900 



FATIGUE FAILURE IN NYLON REINFORCED TIRES, Ralph G. 
Patterson & Robert K. Anderson, E. I. du Pcmt de Nemours 
& Co. , Inc. , Textile Fibers Dept., Wilmington, Del., 
presented at a meeting of the Div. of Rubber Chemistry, 
American Chemical Society, Miami Beach, Florida, May 
4-7, 1965; reprint Rubber Chemistry and Technology , 
November 1965, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 832-839 



FAILURE PHENOMENA IN TIRE REINFORCING SYSTEMS, 
G. A. M. Butterworth, Milton M. Piatt, Robert E. 
Erlandson & Leo Barish, Fabric Research Laboratories , 
Inc., Dedham, Mass., prepared under Contract No. CST 378 
National Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C; 
presented at the Akron Rubber Group, Inc. Winter Meeting 
January 23, 1970, 13 pp., 22 figs. 



DETERMINATION OF PASSENGER CAR TIRE PERFORMANCE LEVELS-- 
TREADWEAR, K. L. Campbell, Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 19-23, 1969, SAE Report No. 690507, 7 pp. 



METHODS FOR MEASURING STATIC STRAINS IN AUTOMOBILE 
TIRES, Bernhard Weickert, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Co., Inc ., Textile Fibers Dept., Industrial Products 
Research Lab., Wilmington, Delaware; reprint Textile 
Research Journal, Vol. 32, September 1962, pp. 705-710 



STRESSES IN DEFLECTED TIRES, William F. Ames & Herbert 
G. Lauterbach, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Inc. , 
Wilmington, Del., 7 pp. 



SPEED AND LOAD PROGRAMMING OF ENDURANCE TYPE TIRE TEST 
MACHINES, Richard L. Bock, Eagle Picher Industries , 
Incorporated , presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700090, 6 pp. 



DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH TEMPERATURE RESISTANT RUBBER 
COMPOUNDS, Robert A. Hayes, Floyd M. Smith, Ward A. 
Smith, & Leland J. Kitchen, Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. , 
Chemical & Physical Research Labs., Akron, Ohio, 
Contract No. AF 33(616)-3953, prepared for U. S. Air 
Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, WADC 
Technical Report 56-331, February 1958, 172 pp., 
PB 131, 924 

DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH TEMPERATURE RESISTANT RUBBER 
COMPOUNDS, Floyd M. Smith, Thomas F. Lavery, Robert A. 
Hayes, Leland J. Kitchen, Sydney Smith, Firestone Tire 
& Rubber Company , Chemical & Physical Research Labs., 
Akron, Ohio, Contract No. AF 33(616)-3108, prepared for 
U. S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
WADC Technical Report 56-331, December 1956, 248 pp., 
PB 131 923 



THE EFFECT OF INTRACARCASS PRESSURE BUILD-UP ON 
TUBELESS TIRE PERFORMANCE, S. A. Banks, F. Brzenk 6. 
J. A. Rae, Enjay Laboratories , Linden, N. J.; C. S. Hwa, 
Esso Research & Engineering Co., Linden, N. J., present- 
ed to the 89th Meeting of the Division of Rubber 
Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Chicago, 111., 
September 2-4, 1964, 18 pp., 28 figs. 



NEW APPROACH TO TIRE DURABILITY TESTING, D. M. 
Coddington & W. D. Marsh, En lay Labs. , Linden, N. J.; 
& H. C. Hodges, Nevada Automotive Test Center, Carson 
City, Nevada; reprint Rubber Chemistry & Technology , 
Vol. 38, No. 4, November 1965, pp. 741-756 



TUBELESS TIRE PERFORMANCE RELATED TO INNERLINER PRO- 
PERTIES, R. H. Dudley, Enjay Labs. , Linden, N. J, 6. 
J. V. Fusco, Enjay Chemical Co ., Elizabeth, N. J., 
presented to the 79th Meeting of the Div. of Rubber 
Chemistry, American Chemical Society, April 21, 1961, 
Report No. ELD-26055, 23 pp. 



THE EFFECT OF INTRACARCASS PRESSURE BUILD-UP ON 
TUBELESS TIRE PERFORMANCE, S. A. Banks, F. Brzenk & 
J. A. Rae, Enjay Laboratories, Linden, N. J.; C. S. 
Hwa, Esso Research & Engineering Co ., Linden, N. J., 
presented to the 89th Meeting of the Division of 
Rubber Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Chicago, 
111., September 2-4, 1964, 18 pp., 28 figs. 



CORD FATIGUE IN FLEET -TESTED TIRES, W. G. Klein, M. M. 
Piatt 6. W. J. Hamburger, Fabric Research Labs., Inc. , 
Dedham, Mass., 10 pp. 



EFFECT OF VEHICLE MAINTENANCE, Lloyd L. Baldwin, 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio, SAE 
Report No. 650060; Truck Tire Economics , Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., SP 265, 
pp. 17-20 

SURFACE TEMPERATURE OF RUNNING TIRES USING INFRARED 
SCANNING, F. S. Conant, G. L. Hall 6. J. D. Walter, 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio, presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE Report No. 700475, 
7 pp. 



IMPACT RESISTANCE OF AUTOMOBILE TIRES, E. W. Lothrop, 
Jr., FMC Corporation , American Viscose Div., Marcus 
Hook, Pa.; Applied Polymer Symposia , No. 5, 1967 pp. 
53-70 



DETERMINATION OF PASSENGER TIRE PERFORMANCE LEVELS-- 
HIGH SPEED, R. H. Spelman, General Tire & Rubber 
Company , Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Chicago, 111., 
May 19-23, 1969, SAE Report No. 690508, 6 pp. 



TRUCK TIRES--EFFECTS OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION ON 
WEAR AND NOISE, R. H. Spelman, General Tire & Rubber 
Company , Warren, Mich.; Truck Tire Trends , Society of 
Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 1963, pp. 1-4 



DETERMINATION OF PASSENGER TIRE PERFORMANCE LEVELS-TIRE 
STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE, F. S. Vukan & T. P. Kuebler, 
B. F. Goodrich Company , Brecksville, Ohio, presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Chicago, 111., May 19-23, 1969, SAE Report No. 690509, 
7 pp. 



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THE PICO LABORATORY ABRASION TEST, Edwin B. Newton & 
Hershel W. Grinter, B. F. Goodrich Research Center , 
Brecksville, Ohio; & D. Scott Sears, Virginia-Carolina 
Chemical Corp., Richmond, Va.; reprint Rubber Chemistry 
& Technology, Vol. 34, No. 1, January-March, 1961, 
15 pp. 

TREAD WEAR INDEXES OF VARIOUS SYNTHETIC ELASTOMERS- 
MEASURED IN VARYING SEVERITY ROAD TESTS, J. L. Ginn, 
R. L. Marlowe, R. F. Miller, B. F. Goodrich Company , 
Research Center, Brecksville, Ohio, presented at the 
Second International Synthetic Rubber Symposium, 
London, England, October 11-13, 1960, 8 pp., 2 figs. 



TREAD WEAR OPERATING VARIABLES AND INDEX DETERMINATION, 
J. L. Ginn, R. L. Marlowe 6. R. F. Miller, B. F. Goodrich 
Company , Research Center, Brecksville, Ohio, presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Summer Meeting, 
Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago, 111., June 5-10, 1960, 
SAE Report No. 186C, 5 pp., 1 fig. 

PHYSICS OF THE SLIPPING WHEEL--PART II, SLIP UNDER 
BOTH TRACTIVE AND LATERAL FORCES, D.I. Livingston 6. 
J. E. Brown, Jr., Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company , 
Research Div., Akron, Ohio; Rubber Chemistry & 
Technology, Vol. 43, No. 2, March 1970, pp. 244-261 



TIRE WEAR AND COST ON SELECTED ROADWAY SURFACES, 
R. A. Moyer & Glen L. Tesdall, Iowa State College, 
Iowa Engineering Experiment Station, Ames, Iowa, 
in cooperation with Public Roads Administration, 
Federal Works Agency, Washington, D. C., Iowa State 
College Bulletin 161, Vol. XLIV, No. 9, August 1, 1945, 
127 pp. , PB 191 040 

TIRE WEAR AND TIRE FAILURES ON VARIOUS ROAD SURFACES, 
R. A. Moyer, Iowa State College , Iowa Engineering 
Experiment Station, Ames, Iowa, in cooperation with 
Public Roads Administration, Federal Works Agency, 
Washington, D. C, June 1943, 44 pp., PB 191 039 



TIRE-TREAD MEASUREMENT IN AN AUTOMATED AUTOMOBILE - 
INSPECTION SYSTEM FOR TURNPIKE ENTRANCES, Michael 
Deutsch, Massachusetts Institute Technology , 
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Cambridge, 
Mass., August 21, 1967, 53 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE D. MAT (AV) CONFERENCE ON "FRICTION 
AND WEAR IN TYRES" HELD AT E.R.D.E. WALTHAM ABBEY 
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2ND 1968, edited by W. H. Edwards, 
Ministry of Technology , Materials Division, Millbank 
Tower, Millbank, London, S.W.I, England, D. Mat. Report 
No. 157, June 1969, 129 pp., N 70 21606 



THE EFFECT OF THE DESIGN OF TYRES ON THEIR STRENGTH 
AND FATIGUE LIFE, B. Yurkovski, Moscow Tyre Works , 
Motor Transport Research Institute, translated by 
P. G. Williams, 2 pp. 



ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT TIRE FAILURE, Samuel D. Toner, 
National Bureau of Standards , Washington, D. C, 
prepared for National Transportation Safety Board, 
Washington, D. C, Project 3120412, NBS Report No. 
10 098, October 8, 1969, 3 pp. 



CUTS AND CUT GROWTH IN TIRES, F. C. Brenner & F. W. 
Barton, National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle 
Systems Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, 
D. C, Contract No. FH- 11-6090, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Washington, D. C, NBS Report No. 
10 047, May 1969, 6 pp; Rubber Chemistry & Technology , 
Vol. 42, No. 5, December 1969, pp. 1462-65 



ENDURANCE TESTS OF TIRES, W. L. Holt 6, P. L. Wormeley, 
National Bureau of Standards , Washington, D. C; 
reprint Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards , 
No. T318, Vol. 20, 1925-1926, pp. 545-551 



FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ROAD WEAR OF TYRES, R. D. 
Stiehler, M. N. Steel & J. Mandel, National Bureau of 
Standards , Washington, D. C, presented at the Conference 
on Abrasion and Wear, Delft, Holland, November 14 it 15, 
1951; Engineering, February 15, 1952, 4 pp. 



AN INDOOR TESTER FOR MEASURING TIRE TREAD WEAR, G. G. 
Richey, J. Mandel & R. D. Stiehler, National Bureau of 
Standards , Washington, D. C; reprint Proceedings of 
International Rubber Conference , November 1959, pp. 
104-110 



LABORATORY MEASUREMENTS OF AIR CAVITY TEMPERATURE IN A 
PASSENGER CAR TIRE, B. G. Simson & J. Mandel, National 
Bureau of Standards , Institute for Applied Technology, 
Washington, D. C.j Journal of Research of the National 
Bureau of Standards--C . Engineering & Instrumentation , 
Vol. 73C, Nos. 1 and 2, January-June 1969, pp. 21-24 



MEASUREMENT OF TREADWEAR OF COMMERCIAL TIRES, R. D. 
Stiehler, G. G. Richey & J. Mandel, National Bureau 
of Standards, Washington, D. C; reprint Rubber Age , 
Vol. 73, No. 2, May 1953, 8 pp. 



MEASURING THE RATE OF WEAR OF TIRE TREADS, Frank L. 
Roth & William L. Holt, National Bureau of Standards , 
Washington, D. C, Research Paper RP1574; Jou rnal of 



Research of the National Bureau of Standards , Vol. 
February 1944, pp. 61-65 



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RESEARCH FOR A UNIFORM QUALITY GRADING SYSTEM FOR 
T1RES--PART II. WHEEL SPEED CAPABILITY TEST, F. C. 
Brenner, J. Mandel & B. G. Simson, National Bureau of 
Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire 
Systems Section, Washington, D. C, Contract No. 
FH-11-6090, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C., 
NBS Report No. 10 067, July 1969, 19 pp; Rubber 
Chemistry & Technology , Vol. 42, No. 5, December 1969, 
pp. 1450-1461 



RESEARCH FOR A UNIFORM QUALITY GRADING SYSTEM FOR TIRES. 
III. BREAKING ENERGY, B. G. Simson, J. Mandel & F. C. 
Brenner, National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle 
Systems Research, Washington,' D . C; Rubber Chemistry & 
Technology , Vol. 43, No. 2, March 1970, pp. 356-369 



SOME PROBLEMS IN MEASURING TREAD WEAR OF TIRES, 
S. Spinner & F. W. Barton, National Bureau of Standards, 
Office of Vehicle Systems Research, Washington, D. C, 
Technical Note 486, August 1969, 25 pp. 



TEMPERATURE STUDIES OF THE AIR IN A TRUCK TIRE, 
G. G. Richey, R. B. Hobbs & R. D. Stiehler, National 
Bureau of Standards , Washington, D. C.; reprint Rubber 
Age , May 1956, 4 pp. 



TREAD WEAR OF TIRES--INFLUENCE OF TYPE OF RUBBER AND 
BLACK, John Mandel, Mary N. Steel 6. Robert D. Stiehler, 
National Bureau of Standards , Washington, D. C; 
reprint Industrial and Engineering Chemistry , Vol. 4J, 
December 1951, pp. 2901-2908 



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ABRASION, FATIGUE, AND SMEARING OF RUBBER, A. 
Schallamach, Natural Rubber Producers' Research 
Association, Welwyn Garden City, Herts, England; 
reprint Journal of Applied Polymer Science , Vol. 12, 
1968, pp. 281-293 



APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS TO FAILURE IN RUBBER 
ARTICLES, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO GROOVE CRACKING 
IN TYRES, G. J. Lake, Natural Rubber Producers ' 
Research Association , Welwyn Garden City, Herts., 
England, presented at the Conference on the Yield, 
Deformation & Fracture of Polymers, Cambridge, 1970, 
Reprint No. 0207 



THE EFFECT OF TYRE SURFACE TEMPERATURE ON THE WEAR 
RATING OF TREAD COMPOUNDS, K. A. Grosch, Natural 
Rubber Producers' Research Association , Welwyn Garden 
City, Herts., England; Journal of the Institution of 
the Rubber Industry , Vol. 1, No. 1, January/February 
1967, 5 pp. 



FACTORS INFLUENCING THE RELATIVE WEAR RATING OF TREAD 
COMPOUNDS, K. A. Grosch, Natural Rubber Producers ' 
Research Association, Ministry of Technology, London, 
England; Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) Conference on 
"Friction and Wear in Tyres", June 1969, pp. 69-73 

FATIGUE OF RUBBER, G. J. Lake & P. B. Lindley, 
Natural Rubber Producers' Research Association , 
Welwyn Garden City, Herts, England, 11 pp. 



FRACTURE OF RUBBER, A. G. Thomas, Natural Rubber 
Producers' Research Association , Welwyn Garden City, 
Herts, England, 10 pp. 



TEAR, CRACK GROWTH AND FATIGUE OF RUBBER, G. J. Lake, 
Natural Rubber Producers' Research Association , 
Welwyn Garden City, Herts, England, 10 pp. 



TYRE WEAR AT CONTROLLED SLIP, K. A. Grosch & A. 
Schallamach, Natural Rubber Producers' Research 
Association . Welwyn Garden City, Herts, England; 
reprint Wear, Vol. 4, 1961, pp. 356-371 



NEW APPROACH TO TIRE DURABILITY TESTING, D. M. 
Coddington & W. D. Marsh, Enjay Labs., Linden, N. J.; 
& H. C. Hodges, Nevada Automotive Test Center . Carson 
City, Nevada; reprint Rubber Chemistry f. Technology, 
Vol. 38, No. 4, November 1965, pp. 741-756 



MEASUREMENT AND PREDICTION OF CORD STRAINS AND LOADING 
IN INFLATED PNEUMATIC TIRES, Carl F. Zorowski & Stanley 
E. Dunn, North Carolina State University , Raleigh, 
N. C, Contract No. ERD-242, prepared for Chemstrand 
Research Center, Triangle Park, Durham, N. C, November 
1967, 65 pp. 



A STUDY OF INTERNAL STRESSES IN STATICALLY DEFORMED 
PNEUMATIC TIRES, Carl F. Zorowski, North Carolina 
State University , Department of Mechanical & 
Aerospace Engineering, Raleigh, N. C, Interim 
Progress Report CST-376, February 1969, 15 pp. 



REPORT OF TIRE WEAR TEST- -RETREADS VS ORIGINAL 
EQUIPMENT NEW' TIRES, Retreading Research Associates , 
Inc ., McLean, Va., 1967, 5 pp., 2 figs. 



THE LOAD DEPENDENCE OF LABORATORY ABRASION AND TYRE 
WEAR, K. A. Grosch & A. Schallamach, Natural Rubber 
Producers' Research Association , Welwyn Garden City, 
Herts, England; reprint Kautschuk und Gumml, Kunstoffe , 
Vol. 22, No. 6, 1969, pp. 288-292 

THE MECHANISM OF TYRE WEAR, A. Schallamach, Natural 
Rubber Producers' Research Association , Welwyn Garden 
City, Herts., England; Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) 
Conference on "Friction and Wear in Tyres", June 1969 
pp. 65-67, Ministry of Technology, London, S.W.I, 
England 



THE EFFECT OF ROAD SURFACE TEXTURE ON TYRE WEAR, 
R. W. Lowne, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 265, 1969, 19 pp., PB 186 180 



THE ROAD SURFACE IN RELATION TO FRICTION AND WEAR OF 
TYRES, Barbara E. Sabey, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 
Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) Conference on "Friction 
and Wear in Tyres", June 1969, pp. 15-27, Ministry of 
Technology, London, S.W.I, England 



A NOTE ON THE FRICTIONAL TEMPERATURE RISE OF TYRES, 
A. Schallamach, Natural Rubber Producers' Research 
Association , Welwyn Garden City, Herts, England; 
reprint Journal of the Institution of the Rubber 
Industry , Vol. 1, No. 1, January/February, 1967, 
4 pp. 



AIRCRAFT TYRES--INTRODUCTORY REVIEW OF WEAR AND FRICTION, 
B. Shilling & J. R. Barnes, Royal Aircraft Establishment . 
Ministry of Technology, Farnborough, Hants., England; 
Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) Conference on "Friction 
and Wear In Tyres", June 1969, pp. 3-14, Ministry of 
Technology, London, S.W.I, England 



PHYSICS OF FAILURE IN RUBBER, Graham J. Lake & Alan 
G. Thomas, Natural Rubber Producers Research 
Association , Welwyn Garden City, Herts, England; 
Kautschuk und Gumml Kunststoffe , Vol. 20, No. 4, 
1967, pp. 211-217 



TYRE WEAR TESTS ON AN OPEN GRADED MACADAM RUNWAY 
FRICTION COURSE, E.J. Key, Royal Aircraft Establishment 
Ministry of Technology, Farnborough, Hants, England; 
Technical Report 67178, August 1967, 15 pp., 7 figs. 



RECENT ADVANCES IN KNOWLEDGE OF RUBBER FRICTION AND 
TIRE WEAR, A. Schallamach, Natural Rubber Producers ' 
Research Association , Welwyn Garden City, Herts, 
England; reprint Rubber Chemistry & Technology , Vol. 41 
No. 1, 1968, pp. 209-244 



STRESS SOFTENING IN NATURAL RUBBER VULCANIZATES-- 
PART V--THE ANOMALOUS TENSILE BEHAVIOR OF NATURAL 
RUBBER, J. A. C. Harwood & A , R . Payne, Natural 
Rubber Producers' Research Association, Welwyn Garden 
City, Herts, England; reprint Journal of Applied 
Polymer Science , Vol. 11, 1967, pp. 1825-1834 



LABORATORY TESTING OF TREAD STOCK (PART II)--A NEW 
LABORATORY ABRASION INSTRUMENT, S. Davison, M. A. Deisz, 
D. J. Meir, R. J. Reynolds & R. D. Cook, Shell 
Development Company , Emeryville, Calif.; reprint 
Rubber World , Vol. 151, No. 6, March 1965, pp. 79-88 



PROBABILITY CONDITIONS FOR THE FATIGUE FAILURE OF TYRE 
CARCASSES, F. N. Tavlybaev ; translated by P. G. 
Williams; reprint Soviet Rubber Technology , Vol. 26, 
No. 2, February 1967, pp. 34-37 



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SOME ASPECTS OF FRICTION AND WEAR OF TYRES ARISING 
FROM DEFORMATIONS, SLIP AND STRESSES AT THE GROUND 
CONTACT, A. R. Savkoor, Technological University, 
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Vehicle Research 
Lab., Delft, Netherlands; reprint Wear , Vol. 9, 1966, 
pp. 66-78 



STUDY OF VARIOUS FACTORS INVOLVED IN THE RESISTANCE OF 
ELASTOMERIC VULCANIZATES TO ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS, 
Donald G. Poer, and E. G. Partridge, University of 
Southern California, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, 
Tlargi Rubber Technology Foundation, Los Angeles, Calif. 
USCEC Report No. 94-101, October 1962, 70 pp. 



PREDICTING TIRE TREAD PERFORMANCE FROM COMPOSITION, I, 
J. H. Lane, C. A. McCall, & P. F. Cunberg, Texas-U. S. 
Chemical Company , Texas Research Center, Parsippany, 
N. J.J Rubber Chemistry 6. Technology, Vol. 43, No. 5,' 
September 1970, pp. 1070-1081 



THE PICO LABORATORY ABRASION TEST, Edwin B. Newton & 
Hershel W. Grinter, B. F. Goodrich Research Center, 
Brecksville, Ohio; & D. Scott Sears, Virginia-Carolina 
Chemical Corp. , Richmond, Va.; reprint Rubber Chemistry 
{. Technology, Vol. 34, No. 1, January-March, 1961, 
15 pp. 



DEVELOPMENT OF THE OPTIMUM CONDITIONS FOR STORING 
VEHICLE TYRES ON THE BASIS OF ASSESSMENT OF THEIR 
OPERATING PROPERTIES, L. K. Uspenskii, Tyre Research 
Institute , Moscow, Russia, translated by P. G. 
Williams, June 5, 1965, 3 pp. 



A STUDY OF TRUCK TIRE WEAR ON THE PAVEMENT TEST TRACK, 
Milan Krukar, Washington State University , College of 
Engineering, Pullman, Washington, Circular 27, 1966, 
18 pp. 



DEMOGRAPHIC STUDY OF TIRE HAZARD FAILURES AND THEIR 
EFFECT ON TIRE LIFE, W. J. Dobie, UNIROYAL, Inc ., 
Detroit, Mich., 9 pp., 12 figs. 



TESTING TIRES FOR RESISTANCE TO IMPACT, SHOCK, AND 
CUTS, W. J. Dobie, UNIROYAL, Incorporated , Detroit, 
Mich., 1968, 10 pp., 16 figs. 



ENDURANCE TEST OF PASSENGER CAR TIRES, Edward Draw 6< 
Andrew W. Kails, U. S. Army Tank-Automotive Command , 
Vehicular Components & Materials Lab., Automotive 
Components Div., Mechanical Br., Report No. 10114 (F), 
July 1, 1968, 15 pp. 



OPERATION OF PASSENGER TIRES AT HIGH SPEEDS, 

E. H. Wallace & S. A. Lippmann, U. S. Rubber Co . 



presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers Golden 
Anniversary Summer Meeting, Atlantic City, June 15, 1955; 
reprint SAE Transactions , Vol. 64, 1956, pp. 339-347 



A THEORY OF RUBBER ABRASION, F. W. Boggs, U_. 
Rubber Company , Research Center, Wayne, N. J 



S. 



13 pp. 



CORRELATION OF CORD LOADS IN TIRES ON ROADWHEEL AND 
HIGHWAY, Samuel K. Clark 6. Richard N. Dodge, University 
of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 
70009 H, 8 pp. 



CONTINUATION OF STUDY OF VARIOUS FACTORS INVOLVED IN 
THE RESISTANCE OF ELASTOMERIC VULCANIZATES TO ATMO- 
SPHERIC CONDITIONS, Johnny Ong, and E. G. Partridge, 
University of Southern California , Dept. of Chemical 
Engineering, Tlargi Rubber Technology Foundation, Los 
Angeles, Calif., USCEC Report No. 94-102, July 1963, 
66 pp . 



A STATISTICAL STUDY OF THE VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH 
THE OZONE CRACKING OF ELASTOMERIC VULCANIZATES, Donald 
E. Morris, and E. G. Partridge, U niversity of Southern 
Calif . . Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Tlargi Rubber 
Technology Foundation, Los Angeles, Calif., USCEC Report 
No. 94-104, July 1965, 89 pp. 



STUDY OF VARIOUS FACTORS INVOLVED IN THE RESISTANCE OF 
ELASTOMERIC VULCANIZATES TO ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS, 
Yong Che Kim, and E.G. Partridge, University of South- 
ern California , Dept. of Chemical Enginee'ring, Tlargi 
Rubber Technology Foundation, Los Angeles, Calif., 
USCEC Report 94-103, July 1964, 98 pp. 



TIRES AND WHEELS--MISCELIANEOUS 

GLOSSARY OF TERMS RELATING TO RUBBER AND RUBBER-LIKE 
MATERIALS, American Society for Testing Materials) 
Philadelphia, Pa., Special Technical Publication No. 
184, 1956, 121 pp. 



SYMPOSIUM ON THE APPLICATIONS OF SYNTHETIC RUBBERS, 
American Society for Testing Materials , Philadelphia, 
Pa., Proceedings of the Cincinnati Spring Meeting, 
American Society for Testing Materials, March 2, 1944, 
134 pp. 



RUBBER A $16 BILLION INDUSTRY TURNS ON TIRES, Earl V. 
Anderson , Senior Editor; Chemical & Engineering News , 
July 14, 1969, pp. 39-83 



TIRE SAFETY SHORTCOMINGS- -A LOOK AT TIRE SAFETY PROBLEMS 
WITH SOME RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SAFER TIRES IN THE FUTU1U , 
Automobile Club of New York, Research Dept., New York, 
N. Y., February 1969, 38 dp. 



FLEET OPERATORS' EXPERIENCE, J. C. Paterson, Ryder 
System, Incorporated; & Charles J. Palisano, Boss-Llnco 
Lines, Inc ., SAE Report No. 650062; Truck Tire Economics, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., 
SP-265, pp. 25-27 



THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MODERN TRUCK DISC WHEEL, 
J. N. Bradley, Budd Company , Detroit, Mich., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 12-16, 
1970, SAE Report No. 700057, 5 pp. 



RUBBER IN THE 70' S--KEEN COMPETITION IN TIRE TECHNOLOGY, 
Ernest L. Carpenter , Washington, D. C; Chemical & 
Engineering News , April 27, 1970, pp. 31-56 



WHEEL DEVELOPMENT AT CHRYSLER, L. D. Gschwind, 
Chrysler Corporation , Detroit, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, 
Detroit, Mich., May 18-22, 1970, SAE Report No. 700446, 
7 pp. 



FACTORS INFLUENCING TYRE DEVELOPMENT, G. F. Morton, 
Dunlop Company, Ltd ., Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, England; 
Journal of the IRI , August 1970, 8 pp. 



135 



THE FUTURE OF THE PNEUMATIC TYRE (Simplified version of 
the paper "Tyre Development & Application"), T. French 
£. W. Hofferberth, Dunlop Company, Limited , U. K. Tyre 
Group, Birmingham, England, presented to the Interna- 
tional Rubber Conference, Brighton, May 15-18, 1967, 
12 pp. 



THE "LXX"--A NEW CONCEPT IN TIRES, John D. Kelley & 
William R. Woodall, Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , 
Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers International Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 13-17, 1969, SAE 
Report No. 690106, 8 pp. 



PNEUMATIC TYRES, Tom French, Dunlop Company Limited , 
Tyre Technical Div , Fort Dunlop, Erdington, Birmingham, 
England; Science Journal , Vol. 5A, No. 5, November 1969, 
pp. 34-39 



TALKING TYRES--SIMPLE EXPLANATIONS OF A FEW TECHNICAL 
TERMS USED IN TALKING ABOUT TYRE PERFORMANCE, Dunlop 
Rubber Company , Birmingham, England, Information Article 
Serial No. 1248, December 1966, 33 pp. 



PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR PASSENGER CAR TIRES, 
John J. Goudie, Jr., Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , 
Akron, Ohio, presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., June 6-10, 
1966, SAE Report No. 660375, 3 pp. 



TRUCK TIRE CONSTRUCTION--TUBELESS--DUPLEX, A. F. Weber, 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio; Truck 
Tire Trends , Society of Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 
1963, pp. 11-14 



TYRE DESIGN AND SAFETY, E. S. Tompkins, Dunlop Company 
Limited , U. K. Tyre Group, Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, 
presented to the British Academy of Forensic Sciences- 
Science Section, at a Meeting on Road Accidents, 
Birmingham, England, March 30, 1968, 20 pp. 



TYRES AND ROAD SAFETY, D. W. Badger, Dunlop Company 
Limited , Tyre Technical Div., Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, 
England, presented at the International Road 
Federation and African Highway Association Conference, 
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, October 20-25, 1969, 20 pp. 



TYRES AND ROAD SAFETY—DEVELOPMENTS IN TYRES RELATING TO 
VEHICLE SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION, T. French, 
Dunlop Rubber Company, Ltd. , Erdington, Birmingham, 
England, presented to F.I.E. A. Conference, The Hague, 
Holland, Friday, May 1, 1964, 12 pp. 



TYRES AND ROAD SAFETY--PARTS I i II, B. Dreyfus, 
W. Hofferberth & G. F. Morton, Dunlop Company Limited 
Birmingham, England; reprint Road International , 
No. 72, March 1969, pp. 39-42, & No. 73, June 1969, 
pp. 16-21 



TYRES AND SAFE DRIVING, Dunlop Rubber Company, Ltd. 
Marketing Division, Birmingham, England, 16 pp. 



LOW ASPECT RATIO PASSENGER CAR TIRE FROM A VEHICLE 
MANUFACTURER'S POINT OF VIEW, Jacques Bajer, Ford Motor 
Company , Ford Division, presented to the International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Michigan, 
January 11-15, 1965, Society of Automotive Engineers 
Report No. 983B, 14 pp. 



BETRIEBSBEANSPRUCHUNG VON RADFELGEN (SERVICE CONDITIONS 
OF WHEEL RIMS), 0. Svenson, Gemeinnutziges 
Forschungsinstitut der Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft , 
Laboratorium fur Betriebsf estigkeit , Darmstadt-Eberstadt, 
Germany; ATZ-Automobiltechnische Zeltschrift , 67/8, 
pp. 245-250 



DYNAMIC MEASUREMENT OF VEHICLE FRONT WHEEL LOADS 
USING A SPECIAL PURPOSE TRANSDUCER, Sonny G. Edwards, 
General Motors Corp ., General Motors Proving Ground, 
Milford, Mich.; reprint General Motors Engineering 
Journal , Fourth Quarter, 1964, pp. 15-18 



EFFECT OF WHEEL N0NUNIF0RMITIES ON THE TIRE-WHEEL 
ASSEMBLY AND THE VEHICLE, A. Lloyd Nedley, General 
Motors Corporation , Chevrolet Motor Div., Detroit, Mich, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 680005, 6 pp. 



TYMS FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES, D. R. Henson, Dunlop 
Rubber Company, Ltd ., Fort Dunlop, Erdington, 
Birmingham, England; reprint Rubber & Plastics Age , 
Vol. 45, No. 11, 1964, pp. 1331-1334 



RADICAL IMPROVEMENTS IN TIRE AND WHEEL MANUFACTURE-- 
THEIR EFFECTS UPON RADIAL FORCE VARIATION OF THE 
ASSEMBLY, A. Lloyd Nedley & Deane M. Gearig, General 
Motors Corporation , Chevrolet Motor Division, -Detroit , 
Mich., presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report Ho. 700089, 6 pp. 



TYRES FOR MODERN ROADS, E. S. Tompkins, Dunlop Rubber 
Co., Ltd. , Tyre Technical Div., Birmingham, England; 
reprint Proc. Institution of the Rubber Industry , Vol. 
12, No. 2, April 1965, pp. 69-84 



A SURVEY OF PRACTICES IN AUTOMOBILE TIRE INFLATION 
PRESSURES, Paul L. Olson & Herbert J. Bauer, General 
Motors Corp . , Engineering Mechanics Dept., Research 
Labs., Warren, Mich., Report No. 433, October 6, 1964, 
5 pp. 



ECONOMIC REPORT ON THE MANUFACTURE AND DISTRIBUTION 
OF AUTOMOTIVE TIRES, Federal Trade Commission , 
Washington, D. C, March 1966, 117 pp. 



HIGHWAY SAFETY--DREAM OR REALITY? James E. Corey, 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio; Paper 
Given at the Annual Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, 
Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 82- 
88 



BETRIEBSBEANSPRUCHUNG UND PRUFUNG VON RADSCHEIBEN 
(SERVICE STRAINING AND TESTING OF WHEEL DISKS), 
A. Lueders, 0. Hofman & R. Gieseler , Solingen, Germany; 
ATZ-Automobiltechnische Zeltschrift , Part 1, 71 Jahrgan; 
Nr. 11, November 1969, pp. 379-385; Part 2, 71 Jahrgang 
No. 12, December 1969, pp. 438-446 



A NEW SPARE TIRE, James Sidles & Armando Cardenas, 
B. F. Goodrlch-Co. . Brecksville, Ohio, Society of 
Automotive Engineers Report No. 670460, May 1967 



136 



SELECTION OF TIRES FOR OVER-THE-ROAD VEHICLES, William 
Denton, B. F. Goodrich Company , Brecksville, Ohio, 
SAE Report No. 650058; Truck Tire Economics , Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., SP-265, 
pp. 8-11 



DESIGN AND MEASUREMENT OF TRUER RUNNING WHEELS, John A. 
Main, Motor Wheel Corp ., presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 
680004, 5 pp. 



DESIGN AND APPLICATION OF COMMERCIAL TYPE TIRES, 
J. A. Davisson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company , 
Tire Development Div., Tire Design Research, Akron, 
Ohio, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. SP-344, 
January 1969, 39 pp. 



THE ACCURACY OF AIR TOWER PRESSURE GAGES IN SUBURBAN 
WASHINGTON, D. C, B. G. Simson & R. W. Radlinski, 
National Bureau of Standards , Institute for Applied 
Technology, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Washington, D. C, Technical Note 512, December 1969, 
9 pp. 



SYMBIOTIC RELATIONS BETWEEN NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC 
RUBBER, James D. D'lannl, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co . 
Akron, Ohio.; reprint Proceedings of Natural Rubber 
Conference Kuala Lumpur 1968 , 11 pp. 



STATISTICS--A TOOL IN TESTING RUBBER, John Mandel & 
Robert D. Stiehler, National Bureau of Standards , 
Washington, D. C.J reprint ASTM Bulletin, No. 204, 
February 1955, pp. 44-50 



TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING: TIRES, Frederick J. Kovac, 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio, presented 
to the American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C, 
May 6, 1970, 22 pp. 



TIRES--THEIR SELECTION AND CARE, F. C. Brenner, 
National Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C., 
November 1970, 28 pp. 



TIRE COST, W. L. Campbell, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. , 
Akron, Ohio, SAE Report No. 650057; Truck Tire Economics , 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., 
SP-265, pp. 1-7 



VALUES OF PHYSICAL CONSTANTS OF DIFFERENT RUBBERS, 
Lawrence A. Wood, National Bureau of Standards, 
Washington, D. C, prepared for the Smithsonian 
Physical Tables, 9th Edition, 1954, 21 pp. 



TIRE PROGRESS --PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE, M. A. Wilson, 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio, presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers National West 
Coast Meeting, Seattle, Washington, August 19-22, 1963, 
SAE Report No. 721A, 7 pp. 



SOME FACTORS AFFECTING THE SERVICE LIFE OF NATURAL 
RUBBER ARTICLES, C. J. Derham, G. J. Lake & A. G. 
Thomas, Natural Rubber Producers' Research Association , 
Welwyn Garden City, Herts., England; Journal of the 
Rubber Research Institute of Malaya , Vol. 22, Part 2, 
1969, pp. 191-200 



TRENDS IN TRUCK TIRE TRACTION, NOISE, AND FUEL 
CONSUMPTION, D. H. Carson, Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Company , Akron, Ohio; Truck Tire Trends , Society of 
Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 1963, pp. 5-10 



BETRIEBSBEANSPRUCHUNG UND PRUFUNC VON RADSCHEIBEN 
(SERVICE STRAINING AND TESTING OF WHEEL DISKS), 
A. Lueders, 0. Ho f man & R. Gieseler, Solingen, Germany; 
ATZ-Automobiltechnische Zeitschrlft , Part 1, 71 Jahrgang 
Nr. 11, November 1969, pp. 379-385; Part 2, 71 Jahrgang, 
No. 12, December 1969, pp. 438-446 



MORE ACCURATE WHEELS AND WHEEL MOUNTINGS, Douglas D. 
Maclntyre, Kelsey-Hayes Co ., Romulus, Mich., presented 
at the Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 
1968, SAE Report 680003, 4 pp. 



TIRES FOR YOUR CAR, Jan P. Norbve . Jim Dunne & 

V. Lee Oertle; reprint Popular Science, April 1968, 

pp. 134-148 

COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF TIRE RECALL CAMPAIGNS, Lee T. 
Keenen, Princeton University , Department of Aerospace & 
Mechanical Sciences, Princeton, N. J., Report No. 842, 
June 1968, 69 pp. 



THE LANGUAGE OF THE INDUSTRIAL RUBBER PRODUCTS INDUSTRY- 
A GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED IN HOSE, BELTING, ROLLS AND 
CITHER INDUSTRIAL RUBBER PRODUCTS, Rubber Manufacturers 
Association, New York, N. Y.; Rubber Age , October 1969, 
17 pp. 



RUBBER INDUSTRY FACTS (INCLUDING U. S. A. VEHICLE AND 
TIRE STATISTICS), Rubber Manufacturers Association, 
New York, N. Y., 1967, 52 pp. 



BETRIEBSBEANSPRUCHUNG UND FRUFUNG VON RADSCHEIBEN 
(SERVICE STRAINING AND TESTING OF WHEEL DISKS), 
A. Lueders , 0. Hofman & R. Gieseler, Solingen, Germany; 
ATZ-Automobiltechnische Zeitschrlft , Part 1, 71 Jahrgang, 
Nr. 11, November 1969, pp. 379-385; Part 2, 71 Jahrgang, 
No. 12, December 1969, pp. 438-446 



FLEET OPERATORS' EXPERIENCE, J. C. Pater son, Ryder 
System, Incorporated; & Charles J. Palisano, Boss-Linco 
Lines, Inc., SAE Report No. 650062; Truck Tire Economics , 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., 
SP-265, pp. 25-27 



INVESTIGATION OF AN ADVANCED VEHICLE INSPECTION SYSTEM, 
James Weigl, Massachusetts Institute of Technology , 
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Cambridge, Mass., 
June 1967, 67 pp. 



AN APPROACH TO HIGH SPEED WHEEL TESTING, Elvin E. Tuttle, 
Motor Wheel Corporation , presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detorit, Mich., 
May 18-22, 1970, SAE Report No. 700445, 4 pp. 



TRUCK TIRE ECONOMICS, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Incorporated , New York, N. Y., SP-265, 1965, 27 pp. 



TRUCK TIRE TRENDS, Society of Automotive Engineers , 
Incorporated , New York, N. Y., SP-244, 1963, 22 pp. 



TYRES--A REVIEW OF CURRENT CONSTRUCTIONS, DEVELOPMENTS, 
PERFORMANCE; Automobile Engineer , Vol. 59, No. 8, 
July 1969, pp. 274-288 



137 



ANTIOXIDANTS AND ANTIOZONANTS , Robert R. Barnhart, 
UNIROYAL, Inc ., Chemical Division, Naugatuck, Conn. 
1966, 18 pp. 



EVALUATION OF STUDDED TIRES, Department of Defence 
Production , Chief Information Division, Ottawa, Ontario. 
Canada, March 14, 1967, 40 pp. 



CONSUMER APPRAISALS OF NATURAL RUBBER, N. P. Bekema, 
UNIROYAL Inc . , Plantation Div., Detroit, Mich.; reprint 
Proceedings of Natural Rubber Conference Kuala Lumpur 
1968, 13 pp. 



PAVEMENT WEAR DUE TO STUDDED TIRES AND THE ECONOMIC 
CONSEQUENCES IN ONTARIO, P. Smith & R. Schonfeld, 
Department of Highways , Ontario, Canada, Report No. 
RR152, November 1969, 65 pp. 



REPORT ON COMBAT TIRES AND 129TH REPORT ON ORDNANCE 
PROGRAM NO. 5229, U. S. Army , Automotive Testing & 
Research Div., Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen, Md., 
October 30, 1941, 16 pp., AD 471 599 



FRICTIONAL PROPERTIES OF TREAD-TYPE COMPOUNDS ON ICE, 
F. S. Conant, J. L. Dum & C. M. Cox, Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio; Industrial &■ Engineering 
Chemistry , Vol. 41, January 1949, pp. 120-126 



RI&J.D WHEEL STUDIES BY MEANS OF DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS, 
E. T. Vincent, H. H. Hicks, Jr., E. I. Oktar & D. K. 
Kapur, U. S. Army Tank-Automotive Center , Land Loco- 
motion Lab., Center Line, Mich., Project No. 5510.11. 
82200, Dept. of the Army Project No. 570-05-001, 
Report No. 7841, April 1, 1963, 103 pp. 



QUIETING NOISE MATHEMATICALLY--ITS APPLICATION TO 
SNOW TIRES, John H. Varterasian, General Motors Corp. 
Research Labs., Warren, Mich., Society of Automotive 
Engineers Report No. 690520, 12 pp. 



HOW MAY THE SPARE TIRE BE ELIMINATED? H. B. Hindin, 
U. S. Rubber Company , Detroit, Mich., presented at 
the Society of Automotive Engineers Summer Meeting 
Chalfonte-Haddon Hall, Atlantic City, N. J., June 14- 
19, 1959, SAE Report No. 79W, 11 pp. 



NEW SYNTHETIC RUBBERS IN TRK-K TIRES, E. H. Wallace, 

U. S. Rubber Company , Detroit, Mich.; Truck Tire Trends , 

Society of Automotive Engineers, SP-244, 1963, pp. 15-18 



SATISFYING THE JET AGE CHALLENGE IN AIRCRAFT TIRES, 
H. B. Hindin, E. M. Menard, & E. H. Wallace, U. S. 
Rubber Co ., Detroit, Mich., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1962, SAE Report No. 
460B, 6 pp. 

PERFORMANCE C0MPARIS0N--2-PLY VERSUS 4-PLY PASSENGER 
CAR TIRES, R. F. Bogan & W. J. Dobie, U. S. Rubber Tire 
Co., Div. of UNIROYAL, Inc., presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich. 
June 6-10, 1966, SAE Report No. 660378, 6 pp. 



HIGH PERFORMANCE TIRES, Ron Wakefield ; Road and Track , 
Vol. 21, No. 1, September 1969, pp. 61-76 



WINTER TIRES AND CHAINS 

TIRES: STUDDED, Canadian Government Specifications 
Board, Department of Defence Production, Ottawa, Canada, 
Specification 20-GP-31P, November 30, 1967, 10 pp. 



EVALUATION OF STUDDED TIRE PERFORMANCE, K. D. Bird & 
F. R. Haselton, Cornell University, Cornell Aerona utical 
Lab., Inc. , Buffalo, N. Y., Report No. 159, September 
1967, 72 pp. 



PERFORMANCE OF STUDDED TIRES ON ICE, A. L. Pulley & 
F. Dell'Amlco, Cornell Aeronautical Lab. . New York, 
N. Y.; prepared for Dunlop Tire 6. Rubber Corp., Buffalo, 
N. Y., CAL Report No. VJ-2204-V-1, March 1966, 26 pp. 



EFFECTIVENESS OF STUDDED TIRES, Damas 6. Smith, Ltd. , 
prepared for Canada Safety Council, Ottawa, Canada, 1970, 
34 pp. 



ICE AND SNOW TIRE TRACTION, T. Sapp, B. F. Goodrich 
Tire Co. , Brecksville, Ohio, presented at the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE Report No. 
680139, 6 pp. 



THE WINTER TIRE STUD, W. P. Miller, II, Goodyear Tire 
& Rubber Company , Akron, Ohio; Highway Research Record 
No. 136, 1966, pp. 1-6 



SAFETY OF METAL-STUDDED TIRES ON BARE PAVEMENT SURFACES, 
Donald R. Schwartz & Philip G. Dierstein, Illinois 
Department of Public Works 6. Buildings , Illinois Division 
of Highways, Bureau of Research & Development, 
Research & Development Report No. 13, March 1967, 21 pp. 



SOME TESTS OF STUDDED TIRES IN ILLINOIS, John E. Burke & 
Lloyd J. McKenzie, Illinois Division of Highways , 
Springfield, 111.; Highway Research Record No. 136, 
1966, pp. 42-58 



EFFECTS OF CARBIDE STUDDED TIRES ON ROADWAY SURFACES, 
Allan Lee, Thomas A. Page 6> Rafael DeCarrera, Maryland 
State Roads Commission , Bureau of Research, Baltimore, 
Md.; Highway Research Record No. 136 , 1966, pp. 59-77 



EFFECT OF STUDDED TIRES ON AGGREGATE WEAR RATES AND 
RELATED EFFECTS ON SKID RESISTANCE, C. K. Preus, 
Minnesota Department of Highways , presented at the 49th 
Annual Meeting of the Highway Research Board, January 
12-16, 1970, 7 pp. 



PRELIMINARY STUDIES OF EFFECT OF STUDDED TIRES ON 
HIGHWAY PAVEMENTS, P. A. Jensen 6. G . R . Korfhage, 
Minnesota Department of Highways, Materials and 
Research Section, St. Paul, Minn.; Highway Research 
Record, No. 136, 1966, pp. 8-23 



STUDDED TIRES, National Academy of Sciences , Highway 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C; Highway Research Record No. 136 , 1966, 77 pp. 



STUDDED TIRES, National Academy of Sciences , National 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, Highway Research Record No. 171, 1967, 51 pp. 



138 



AN EVALUATION OF STUDDED TIRE PERFORMANCE, E. A. 
Whitehurst & A. H. Easton, National Safety Council , 
Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, Stevens Point, Wis. 
Highway Research Record No. 171, 1967, pp. 14-27 



PASSENGER CAR AND FRICTION TRAILER TESTS, National 
Safety Council , Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, 
Stevens Point, Wis., Final Report 1966, 46 pp. 



WINTER TEST PROGRAM, Nation?.! Safety Council , Committee 
on Winter Driving Hazards, Chicago, 111., May 1962, 101 
pp. 



JARRUTUSKOKEITA NASTA-, TALVI- JA KESARENKAILLA KF.SA- 
JA TALVITIEOLOISSA (STUDDED TIRE BRAKING TESTS- 
WINTER AND SUMMER TIRES UNDER SUMMER AND WINTER 
ROAD CONDITIONS), Veikko Ahola, Hannu Hiirla & Kaarlo 
Leinonen, TALJA, (Central Organization for Traffic 
Safety in Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1967, No. 10, 
pp. 50-72 



NASTARENKAIDEN KAYTON YLEISYYS JA AUTOILIJOIDEN 
MIELIPITEET NASTARENKAIDEN KAYTOSTA (POPULARITY OF 
STUDDED TIRES AND MOTORISTS' COMMENTS ON STUDDED TIRE 
BEHAVIOR), Veikko Ahola, Kaarlo Leinonen 6. Liisa 
Ratilainen, TALJA , (Central Organization for Traffic 
Safety in Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1967, No. 10, 
pp. 1-49 



1968 WINTER TEST REPORT, National Safety Council , 
Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, Stevens Point, 
Wis., 61 pp. 



METHOD AND EQUIPMENT FOR CONTINUOUS MEASURING OF THE 
COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION AT INCIPIENT SKID, Gosta 
Kullberg, National Swedish Road Research Institute , 
Stockholm, Sweden; Highway Research Board Bulletin 348, 
1962, pp. 18-35 



STUDDED TIRE EVALUATION IN NEW JERSEY, W. R. Be Ills & 
J. T. Dempster, Jr., New Jersey Department of 
Transportation , Trenton, N. J.; Highway Research Record 
No. 171 , 1967, pp. 28-50 



STUDDED TIRES--SKID RESISTANCE AND PAVEMENT DAMAGE, 
W. B. Burnett & E. J. Kearney, New York State Department 
of Public Works , Bureau of Physical Research, Albany, 
N. Y., presented at the Highway Research Board Forty- 
fifth Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C, January 17-21, 
1966; Highway Research Record No. 136 , 1966, pp. 24-30 



TEST OF STEEL STUDDED SNOW TIRES, Oscar A. White & 
John C. Jenkins, O regon State Highway Department , 
MaterialsDivision, Salem, Ore.; Highway Research 
Record No. 136, 1966, pp. 31-41 



DAMAGE TO ROADS BY STUDDED TYRES, L. E. Hogbin, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 208, 
1968, 9 pp. 



THE EFFECT OF TYRE CONSTRUCTION ON BRAKING FORCE 
COEFFICIENTS, J. K. Meades, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
Report No. LR 224, 1969, 14 pp. 



EVALUATION- -STUDDED TIRES, J. L. A. Salois & A. R. 
Cousins, Royal Canadian Air Force , Central Experimental 
and Proving Establishment , Report No. 1782, 3 pp. 



UNDERSOKNING AV VINTERDACK OCH SLIRSKYDD UR 
FRIKTIONSSYNPUNKT (INVESTIGATION OF FRICTION PROPERTIES 
OF WINTER TYRES AND ANTI-SKID DEVICES), G. Kullberg & 
B. Kihlgren, Statens Vaginstitut , Stockholm, Sweden, 
Report No. 36, 1960, 39 pp. 



PRINCIPLES OF WINTER TIRE STUDS, W. Peter Miller, II, 
Studebaker Corporation ; Highway Research Record No. 171 , 
1967, pp. 1-13 



FACTORS IN TIRES THAT INFLUENCE SKID RESISTANCE, 
Tire and Rim Association, Inc ., Technical Advisory 
Committee, Akron, Ohio, presented at the First 
International Skid Prevention Conference held at the 
University of Virginia, September 8-12, 1958, 49 pp. 



FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF LUBRICATED FRICTION OF RUBBER-- 
PART VIII. FRICTION ON ICE, E. M. Bevilacqua 6. 
E. P. Percarpio, UNIROYAL, Inc ., Research Center, 
Wayne, N. J., September 19, 1967, 23 pp., 1 fig. 



THE CORNERING CAPACITY OF STUDDED TIRES, E. A. 
Whitehurst, University of Tennessee, Tennessee 
Highway Research Program; Highway Skid Resistance--A 
Symposium, American Society for Testing and Materials, 
Philadelphia, Pa., Special Technical Publication 456, 
1969, pp. 144-158 



PERFORMANCE OF STUDDED TIRES ON ICE, A. H. Easton, 
University of Wisconsin , College of Engineering, 
Madison, Wis.; Highway Research Record No. 13b, 1966, 
pp. 7 



RESUME OF TESTS ON PASSENGER CARS ON WINTER SURFACES 
1939-1966, Gyaneshwar Prased Hajela, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., compiled for National Safety 
Council, Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, Chicago, 
111., 1968, 165 pp. 



139 



5-TRAFFK& TRANSPORTATION 



ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS 

DRIVES BEHAVIOR AND HIGHWAY CONDITIONS AS CAUSES OF 
WINTER ACCIDENTS, Theodore W. Forbes & Milton S. Katz, 
American Institute for Research , Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
Highway Research Board Bulletin No. 161, 1957, pp. 18-29 



MEDICO-ENGINEERING TRAINING PROGRAM— FINAL REPORT 1968, 
Stuart L. Brown, Baylor University , College of Medicine, 
Houston, Texas, Contract No. FH-11-6798, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 273 pp. 



DEVELOPMENT OF A MEDICALLY ACCEPTABLE INJURY SCALE, 
Harold A. Fenner, Jr., American Medical Association, 
Committee on Medical Aspects of Automobile Safety, 
Hobbs, New Mexico; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 632-646, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



MULT DISCIPLINARY INVESTIGATIONS TO DETERMINE 
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VEHICLE DEFECTS, FAILURES AND 
VEHICLE CRASHES, John R. Finch & James P. Smith, 
Baylor College of Medicine , Department of Psychiatry, 
Houston, Texas, Contract No. FH-11-7254, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, D. C, April 
30, 1970, 219 pp. 



METHOD OF RECORDING AND MEASURING MOTOR VEHICLE FLEET 
ACCIDENT EXPERIENCE, American National Standards 
Institute , New York, N. Y., USA Standard D 15. 1-1968, 
September 10, 1968, 11 pp. 



METHOD OF RECORDING AND MEASURING MOTOR VEHICLE FLEET 
AND PASSENGER ACCIDENT EXPERIENCE, American National 
Standards Institute, New York, N. Y., USA Standard 
Dl5. 2-1968, September 10, 1968, 12 pp. 



ARIZONA'S TRAFFIC ACCIDENT SUMMARY FOR 1968, Arizona 
Highway Department , Traffic Safety Division, Records 
Section, Phoenix, Ariz., 26 pp. 



ARIZONA'S TRAFFIC ACCIDENT SUMMARY FOR 1969, Arizona 
Highway Department , Traffic Safety Division, Records 
Section, Phoenix, Ariz., 30 pp. 



PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOPSY, John R. Finch, Baylor College of 
Medicine , Houston, Texas; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 183-227, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York. N. Y. 

THE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION OF BRAKING AND STEERING 
EQUIPMENT—A MANUAL FOR TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, 
Bendlx Corporation , Bendix Products Automotive Div., 
South Bend, Ind., 1966, 21 pp. 



HUMAN FACTORS AND ROAD ACCIDENTS, John P. Bull, 
Birmingham Accident Hospital , Road Injuries Research 
Group; Proceedings of the Conference on Vehicle Crash 6> 
Injury Prevention, July 11 6. 12, 1966, pp. 113-117, 
Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, Ltd., 
London, England 



ACCIDENT RISK DUE TO AGE AND YEAR OF MANUFACTURE OF 
THE CAR, L. A. Foldvary, D. W. Potter 6. M. H. Cameron, 
Australian Road Research Board , Victoria, Australia; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 1303-1316; SAE Report No. 700442 



CAR CRASH INJURIES BY SEATING POSITION AND MILES 
TRAVELLED, L. A. Foldvary, Australian Road Research 
Board; J. C. Lane, Department of Civil Aviation, 
Australia; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual 
Conference of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 17-72, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn 



ALCOHOL SAFETY STUDY— THE SOCIAL ECOLOGY OF VIOLENT 
DEATH IN A METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY--A COMPARISON OF 
TRAFFIC FATALITIES AND OTHER CAUSES OF DEATH, Robert E. 
Roberts & George W. McBee, Baylor University , College of 
Medicine, Houston, Texas, Contract No. FH-11-6603, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1968, 
75 pp. 

LEGAL ASPECTS OF DATA COLLECTION IN AUTOMOBILE 
COLLISION INVESTIGATIONS, James Patrick Smith, Jr., 
Baylor College of Medicine , Houston, Texas; Proceedings 
of the Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, 
August 24-28, 1969, pp 753-760, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



MEDICO-ENGINEERING RESEARCH PROGRAM— A REPORT ON 15 
VEHICLE CRASHES, John R. Finch, James P. Smith & 
Ardis W. White, Baylor University , College of Medicine, 
Houston, Texas, Contract No. FH-11-6798, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 1969, 425 pp. 



DISABLED DRIVERS AND ELDERLY PERSONS INJURED IN TRAFFIC 
ACCIDENTS, Georg Bllkra & Rolf Ringkjob, Oslo, Norway; 
Proceedings of the International Association for 
Accident & Traffic Medicine—Volume I, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 159-160 



TRAFFIC INJURIES L'; CHILDREN, Georg Bllkra & Rolf 
Ringkjob, Oslo, Norway, Proceedings of the International 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine — Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 239-240 



TEN FATAL AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS, Boston University , Law- 
Medicine Institute, Forensic Sciences-Section, Boston, 
Mass., Contract No. FH-11-6795, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Bureau of Highway Safety, 
Washington, D. C, 55 pp. 



DRIVEWAYS, Paul C. Box and Associates , Washington, D. C; 
Chapter 5 of TRAFFIC CONTROL & ROADWAY ELEMENTS— THEIR 
RELATIONSHIP TO HIGHWAY SAFETY/REVISED, Highway Users 
Federation for Safety & Mobility, Washington, D. C, 
1970, 8 pp. 



INTERSECTIONS, Paul C. Box and Associates , Washington, 
D. C.J Chapter 4 of TRAFFIC CONTROL 6. ROADWAY ELEMENTS- 
THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO HIGHWAY SAFETY/REVISED, Highway 
Users Federation for Safety & Mobility, Washington, 
D. C, 1970, 12 pp. 



FATAL AND INJURY ACCIDENT RATES- -ON FEDERAL-AID AND 
OTHER HIGHWAY SYSTEMS, Bureau of Public Roads , 
Washington, D. C, 1968, 36 pp. 



THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY ACCIDENT STUDY, Morton S. Raff, 
Bureau of Public Roads , Washington, D. C.J reprint 
Public Roads , Vol. 27, No. 8, June 1953, pp. 170-186 



140 



TRAFFIC SENSING AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM EXPERIMENTAL 
INSTALLATION, WASHINGTON, D. C, Uwrence D. Powers & 
Merton J. Rosenbauni, Jr., Bureau of Public Roads , 
Washington, D. C.; Proceedings of Che Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 436-461, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 

MECHANICAL FACTORS IN FATAL SINGLE VEHICLE ACCIDENTS 
STUDY DURING 1968, California Highway Patrol , 
Operational Planning & Analysis Dlv., Operational 
Analysis Section, Sacramento, Calif., prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C, January 1969, 33 pp. 



COLLISION DAMAGE SEVERITY SCALE, K. A. Stonex & W. D. 
Nelson, General Motors Corp., Detroit, Mich.; A. W. 
Siegel, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
J. W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., Buffalo, 
N. Y.; & C. S. Mlchalski, Reid, Cool, & Michalski, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report Mo. 700136, 5 pp. 



COMPUTER SIMULATION OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS--A NEW 
RESEARCH TOOL, Raymond R. McHenry, Cornell Aeronautical 
Lab., Inc. , Buffalo, N. Y. , presented at Cornell 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc. Eastern Simulation Council 
Meeting, October 17-18, 1967, Buffalo, N. Y., Revised 



August 19, 1968, 26 pp. 



MECHANICAL FACTORS STUDY, California Highway Patrol , 
Sacramento, Calif., February 1970, 99 pp. 



A DETERMINATION OF NEEDED MINOR HIGHWAY SAFETY 
IMPROVEMENTS THROUGH AN ANALYSIS OF FATAL ACCIDENT 
REPORTS, Robert E. Conner, Catholic University , 
School of Engineering & Architecture, Washington, D. C. 
June 1967, 51 pp. 



ANALYSIS OF MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS INVOLVING AIR 
FORCE PERSONNEL, Nancy D. Bailey & James E. Hall, 
Caywood-Schiller Associates , Chicago, 111., Contract 
No. FH-11-6969, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, July 1969, 175 pp. 



A STUDY OF THE PROBLEM OF HOT PURSUIT BY THE POLICE, 
Edmund F. Fennessy, Thomas Hamilton, Kent B. Joscelyn 
& John S. Merritt, Center for the Environment & Man , 
Incorporated, Hartford, Conn., Contract No. FH-11-7220 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 4022-409, July 1970, 252 pp. 



ACCIDENT SIMULATION BY COMPUTER, Norman J. DeLeys, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation 
Research Dept . , Vehicle-Occupant Simulation Section, 
Buffalo, N. Y.; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 475-494, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



APPLICATION OF SELECTED TECHNOLOGY TO ACCIDENT 
INVESTIGATION, VOLUME III, Robert A. Wolf & John W. 
Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., Transportation 
Research Dept., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6651, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
CAL Report No. VJ-2515-V-3, October 1968, 238 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE CRASH INJURY RESEARCH, John W. Garrett, 
Richard C. Bralsted, Mary Ann Bouchard, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation Research 
Dept., Accident Research Branch, Buffalo, N. Y.; 
Proceedings of the Collision Investigation Methodology 
Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 348-390, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



COMPUTER SIMULATION OF SINGLE VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, 
Raymond R. McHenry, David J. Segal & Norman J. Deleys, 
Cornell University , Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., 
New York, N. Y.; 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 1-34, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE COLLISION INVESTIGATION METHODOLOGY 
SYMPOSIUM, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. , 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No FH-11-7153, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, August 24-28, 1969, 
797 pp. 



A PROGRAM PLAN FOR INVESTIGATING WARRANTS FOR SAFETY 
STANDARDS ON MOTOR VEHICLE SPEED, Rodolfo D. Vergara, 
Cornell University, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6529, prepared for 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Federal Highway Administration, CAL Report No. 
VJ-2494-V-2, September 1967, 68 pp. 



RESEARCH TO IMPROVE THE PROCESS OF ACCIDENT 
INVESTIGATION, J. M. Keryeski & J. W. Garrett, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-6651, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
CAL Report No. VJ-2515-V-1. January 5, 1968, 66 pp. 



RESEARCH TO IMPROVE THE PROCESS OF ACCIDENT 
INVESTIGATION, VOLUME II, J. M. Keryeski & J. W. Garrett, 
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., Accident Research Br., 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6651, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C., CAL Report No. VJ-2515-V-2, October 
1968, 237 pp. 



A STUDY OF SPEED IN INJURY-PRODUCING ACCIDENTS: A 
PRELIMINARY REPORT, John 0. Moore, Cornell University , 
Automotive Crash Injury Research, Buffalo, N. Y.; 
reprint American Journal of Public Health , Vol. 48, 
No. 11, November 1958, pp. 1516-1525 



A STUDY OF VOLKSWAGEN ACCIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES, 
John W. Garrett & Arthur Stern, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc. , Automotive Crash Injury Research, 
Buffalo, N. Y., prepared for Volkswagen of America, Inc. 
CAL Report No. VJ-1823-R32, November 1968, 112 pp. 



A BRIEF HISTORY OF MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, 
Robert A. Wolf & John C. Fralish, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc. , Transportation Research Dept., Buffalo, 
N. Y.; Proceedings of the Collision Investigation 
Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 69-108, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, 
Kenneth J. Tharp & John M. Keryeski, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation Research 
Department, Buffalo, N. Y.; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 
1969, pp. 232-271, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, 
Inc. , New York, N. Y 



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TRUCK ACCIDENTS AND TRAFFIC SAFETY— AN OVERVIEW, 
Robert A. Wolf, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory. Inc ., 
Buffalo, N. Y., presented at the Society of Automotive 
engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., May 20-24, 
1968. SAE Report No. 680491, 19 pp. 



TRUCKS IN RURAL INJURY PRODUCING AND PROPERTY DAMAGE 
UTAH ACCIDENTS, William E. Schotz & Shirley J. Robinson, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Buffalo, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-7098, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. VJ-2721-R9, December 
1969, 102 pp. 

VALIDATION OF A COMPUTER SIMULATION OF SINGLE-VEHICLE 
ACCIDENTS BY FULL-SCALE TESTING, Norman J. DeLeys, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation 
Research Department, Buffalo, N. Y., presented at 
the First International Conference on Vehicle 
Mechanics, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich., 
July 16-18, 1968, 52 pp. 



VEHICLE DYNAMICS IN SINGLE VEHICLE ACCIDENTS—VALIDATION 
AND EXTENSIONS OF A COMPUTER SIMULATION, Raymond R. 
McHenry &. Norman J. Deleys, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc ., Transportation Research Dept., Buffalo, 
N. Y., Contract No. CPR-11-3988, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Bureau of Public Roads, 
Traffic Systems Div., Office of Res. & Development, 
Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. VJ-2251-V-3, December 
1968, 276 pp., PB 182 663 



VEHICLE SPEED AND RURAL AUTOMOTIVE CRASH INJURY, PART I: 
ESTIMATED TRAVELING SPEED AND FATALITIES, Robert A. 
Wolf, John W. Garrett, Jaakko K. Kihlberg, Raymond R. 
McHenry, Richard P. Mayor, & Arthur Stern, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. , Buffalo, N. Y., Contract 
No. FH-11-7098, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, Wash., 
D. C, CAL Report No. VJ-2721-R-1, January 1969, 41 pp. 



TRUCK ACCIDENT STUDY—REPORT OF PROCEDURES AND 
FINDINGS, Ernst 6. Ernst , Management Services Division, 
Cleveland, Ohio, prepared for Automobile Manufacturers 
Association, Inc., Detroit, Mich., August 1968, 117 pp. 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT DATA, L. L. Jensen & W. J. Ruby, 
Ford Motor Company , Automotive Safety Research Office, 
Dearborn, Mich., Report No. S-68-15, November 1968, 
20 pp. 

COLLISION DAMAGE SEVERITY SCALE, K. A. Stonex 6. W. D. 
Nelson, General Motors Corp ., Detroit, Mich.; A. W. 
Siegel, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
J. W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, 
N. Y.s 6< C. S. Michalski, Reid, Cool, & Michalski, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700136, 5 pp. 



GM-ADAP—AN EFFICIENT SYSTEM FOR THE COLLECTION, 
STORAGE, AND RETRIEVAL OF ACCIDENT INFORMATION, Robert 
A. Rogers, Wilton D. Nelson & Arline R. Rininger, 
General Motors Proving Ground , Safety Research & Develop, 
ment Laboratories, Milford, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 
24-28, 1969, pp. 682-699, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



MOTOR -VEHICLE INDUSTRY COLLISION DATA NEEDS, Louis C. 
Lundstrom, General Motors Technical Center , Warren, 
Mich.; Proceedings of the Collision Investigation 
Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 12-21, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



MULTIDISCIPLINARY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS, Paul H. 
Wright, Georgia Institute of Technology , School of Civil 
Engineering, Atlanta, Ga., Contract No. FH-11-7400, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
GIT Report No. CE-PW-F04, August 1970, 63 pp. 



CAR CRASH INJURIES BY SEATING POSITION AND MILES 
TRAVELLED, L. A. Foldvary, Australian Road Research 
Board; J. C. Lane, Department of Civil Aviation , 
Australia; Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual 
Conference of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 17-72, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



STATISTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON ROAD ACCIDENT INJURIES 
AMONG ELDERLY PEOPLE, P. Dl Leo & P. T. Ricclardi 
Polllni, Rome, Italy; Proceedings of the Interantlonal 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine — Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, p. 165 

STATISTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON VICTIMS OF ROAD ACCIDENTS 
AMONG CHILDREN, P. T. Ricclardi Polllni & P. Dl Leo, 
Rome, Italy; Proceedings of the International 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine—Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, p. 271 



AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE CONTROL OF AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS: EXPERIMENTAL PATROL INTENSIFICATION AT A 
MILITARY BASE, Thomas S. Irby & Herbert H. Jacobs, 
Dunlap & Associates, Inc. , Stamford, Conn., Traffic 
Safety Research Review, March 1960, pp. 4-7 



A STUDY OF SEVERE VEHICULAR ACCIDENTS — PHASE I: 
MEDICO-ENGINEERING TRAINING PROGRAM, Fleming L. 
Jolley & Paul H. Wright, Georgia Institute of 
Technology, School of Civil Engineering, Atlanta, Ga., 
Contract No. FH-11-6797, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Final Report, Project B-605, June 
1968, 117 pp., PB 182 262 



VEHICULAR COLLISION RESEARCH AT THE GEORGIA INSTITUTE 
OF TECHNOLOGY, Paul H. Wright, Georgia Institute of 
Technology , Office of Research Administration, Atlanta, 
Ga.; Proceedings of the Collision Investigation 
Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 138-152, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ACCIDENT RESEARCH--METHODS AND APPROACHES, William 
Haddon. Jr .. Edward A. Suchman & David Klein, Harper & 
Row, Publishers, New York, Evanston, & London, 1964, 
752 pp. 



A CONTROLLED INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF 
ADULT PEDESTRIANS FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR VEHICLES IN 
MANHATTAN, William Haddon, Jr. , Preston Valien, James R. 
McCarroll 6. Charles J. Umberger, reprint J. Chron- Pis. , 
December 1961, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 655-678 



PEDESTRIAN REGULATION ENFORCEMENT AND THE INCIDENCE OF 
PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS, Sidney Singer, Dunlap 6. Associates , 
Inc., Darien, Conn., Contract No. FH-11-6968, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, SSD Report 
No. 69-726, August 1969, 79 pp. 



CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN ACCIDENT 
RESEARCH, Herbert H. Jacobs, Hallmark Cards, Inc ., 
Research & Development, Kansas City, Mo.; Proceedings of 
the Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, 
August 24-28, 1969, pp. 111-133, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



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COLLISION INVESTIGATION IN AUSTRALIA, A. J. McLean, 
Harvard School of Public Health , Boston, Mass.; 
Proceedings of the Collision Investigation Methodology 
Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 533-561, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



A CRITIQUE OF ACCIDENT RESEARCH, Ross A. McFarland, 
Harvard Scho ol of Public Health, Boston, Mass., reprint 
Annals of The New York Academy of Sciences , May 22, 
1963, Vol. 107, Article 2, pp. 686-695 



INDEPTH ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROGRAM—CASE STUDY 
REPORTS, Highway Safety Foundation , Crash Research Team, 
Mansfield, Ohio, 1969, 1970 

PEDESTRIANS, Edward A. Mueller, Highway Research Board, 
Engineer of Traffic 6« Operations, Washington, D. C; 
Woodrow W. Rankin, Highway Users Federation for Safety 
6. Mobility , Washington, D. C; Chapter 8 of TRAFFIC 
CONTROL & ROADWAY ELEMENTS—THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO 
HIGHWAY SAFETY/REVISED, Highway Users Federation for 
Safety & Mobility, Washington, D. C, 1970, 11 pp. 



THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, Ross A. 
MfcFarland, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, 
M»ss.; reprint The Journal of The American Medical 
Association, April 28, 1962, Vol. 180, pp. 289-300 



AN EVALUATION OF CURRENT TRENDS AND PREVENTIVE 
MEASURES IN THE FIELD OF ACCIDENTAL INJURIES AND 
DEATHS, Ross A. McFarland, Harvard School of Pu blic 
Health. Boston, Mass., December 15, 1966, 5 pp. 



THE EXTERIOR COLLISION, A. J. McLean, Harvard School 
of Public Health, Boston, Mass.; G. M. Mackay, 
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 1214-1221; SAE Report No. 700434 



MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS- -A STUDY FOR THE SELECTION OF 
MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS, VOLUME I, Kent B. Joscelyn, 
Ralph K. Jones & Patricia A. Elston, Indiana University, 
Institute for Research in Public Safety, Bloomington, 
Ind., Contract No. FH-11-7275, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic 
Safety Administration, Washington, D. C, October 1970, 
233 pp. 

MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS—THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPEED LIMITS: 
A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE, VOLUME II, Kent B. Joscelyn& 
Patricia A. Elston, Indiana University , Institute for 
Research in Public Safety, Bloomington, Ind., Contract 
No. FH-11-7275, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, October 1970, 140 pp. 



HUMAN FACTORS IN HIGHWAY SAFETY, Ross A. McFarland & 
Roland C. Moore, Harvard School of Public Health. 
Boston, Mass.; reprint New England Journal of Medicine , 
Vol. 256, April 25, May 2 & 9 , 1957, pp. 792-799, 837- 
845, 890-897 



HUMAN FACTORS IN HIGHWAY TRANSPORT SAFETY, Ross A. 
McFarland & Alfred L. Moseley, Harvard School of Public 
Health. Boston, Mass., 1954, 295 pp. 



INJURIES IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, G. Anthony Ryan, Harvard 
School of Public Health , Boston, Massachusetts; reprint 
New England Journal of Medicine , May 11, 1967, Vol. 276, 
pp. 1066-1076 

SIGNIFICANT TRENDS IN HUMAN FACTORS RESEARCH ON MOTOR 
VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, Ross A. McFarland, Harvard University , 
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass.; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 1-17, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS- -A PROGRAMMED IMPLEMENTATION 
MANUAL FOR SETTING A SPEED LIMIT BASED ON THE 85TH 
PERCENTILE, VOLUME III, Kent B. Joscelyn (x Patricia A. 
Elston, Indiana University, Institute for Research in 
Public Safety, Bloomington, Ind., Contract No. FH-11- 
7275, prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
Washington, D. C, October 1970, 103 pp. 

MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS— AN IMPLEMENTATION METHOD FOR 
SETTING A SPEED LIMIT BASED ON THE 85TH PERCENTILE 
SPEED, VOLUME IV, Kent B. Joscelyn & Patricia A. Elston, 
Indiana University , Institute for Research in Public 
Safety, Bloomington, Ind., Contract No. FH-11-7275, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
Washington, D. C, October 1970, 22 pp. 



PREDICTING ACCIDENT TRENDS AND TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENT, 
Clifford 0. Swanson & A. R. Lauer, Iowa State College , 
Ames, Iowa; Highway Research Board Bulletin No. 161 , 
1957, pp. 48-54 



VARIABLES IN AUTOMOBILE DEATH CASES, Alfred L. Moseley, 
Harvard University, Medical School, Boston, Mass.; 
reprint Aspects Techniques de la Securite Routlere , 
September 1964, pp. 2.1-2.25 



VARIETIES OF AUTOMOBILE DEATH, Alfred L. Moseley, 
Harvard University , Department of Legal Medicine, 
Research on Fatal Highway Collisions, Boston, Mass.; 
The Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 94-104, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



PEDESTRIANS, Edward A. Mueller, Highway Research Board , 
Engineer of Traffic & Operations, Washington, D. C; 
Woodrow W. Rankin, Highway Users Federation for Safety 
(, Mobility, Washington, D. C; Chapter 8 of TRAFFIC 
CONTROL 6. ROADWAY ELEMENTS— THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO 
HIGHWAY SAFETY/REVISED, Highway Users Federation for 
Safety 6. Mobility, Washington, D. C , 1970, 11 pp. 



CHARACTERISTICS OF FATALLY INJURED DRIVERS, Susan P. 
Baker, Johns Hopkins University , School of Hygiene and 
Public Health, Baltimore, Md . , Contract No. FH 11-7092, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, February 1970, 63 pp., 
PB 190 415 



EFFECTIVE IMPACT VELOCITY FROM VEHICLE DEFORMATION — 
A PRELIMINARY STUDY, D.J. Van Kirk & J. Hirsch, 
Wayne State University, Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, 
Detroit, Mich.; T. B. Sato, Keio University , Div. of 
Mechanical Engineering, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., 
May 20-24, 1968, SAE Report No. 680477, 6 pp. 



ACCIDENT RESEARCH- -METHODS AND APPROACHES, William 
Haddon, Jr., Edward A. Suchman & David Klein , Harper & 
Row, Publishers, New York, Evanston, & London, 1964, 
752 pp. 



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ACCIDENTS REDUCTION DUE TO THE TRAFFIC SAFETY DEVICES 
IN KOBE CITY, Toshlro Edamura 6. Takeshi Otsuka, Kobe 
University , Department of Civil Engineering, Nada-Ku 
Kobe, Japan, Report No. 12, Construction Engineering 
Research Institute Foundation, November 1969, 14 pp. 



AN ANALYSIS OF FREEWAY MEDIAN ACCIDENTS, Toshlro 
Edamura 6. Mamoru Hlsal, Kobe University, Department of 
Civil Engineering, Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan, Report No. 11, 
Construction Engineering Research Institute Foundation, 
May 1968, 11 pp. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AMONG CHILDREN, G. Ekstrb'm, U. 
Gastrin & 0. Qvist, Kronprinsessan Lovisas Barnsjukhus , 
Department of Paediatrlc Surgery, Stockholm, Sweden; 
Proceedings of the International Association for 
Accident & Traffic Medicine — Volume I, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 212-225 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AMONG CHILDREN--A CRITICAL SURVEY ANE 
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ARTICLES REPORTED IN THE INDEX MEDICUS 
FROM 1957 TO 1965, Gunnel Magnusson , Stockholm, Sweden; 
Proceedings of the International Association for 
Accident & Traffic Medlcine--Volume I, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 256-259 

ACCIDENT PATHOLOGY, REGISTRY AND TRAINING—IN DEPTH 
INVESTIGATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE FATALITIES, Russell S. 
Fisher, Maryland Medical-Legal Foundation, Inc ., Office 
of the Chief Medical Examiner of Maryland, Baltimore, 
Md., Contract No. FH- 11-6595, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, September 3, 1969, 31 pp. 

A CONTROLLED INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF 
ADULT PEDESTRIANS FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR VEHICLES IN 
MANHATTAN, William Haddon Jr., Preston Valien, James R. 
McCarroll & Charles J. Umberger, reprint J. Chron. Pis. , 
December 1961, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 655-678 



COMPARISONS OF CAR CRASHES IN THREE COUNTRIES, 
G. Anthony Ryan, Monash University , Medical School, 
Dept. of Social & Preventive Medicine, Victoria, 
Australia; & G. Murray Mackay, University of Birmingham, 
Dept. of Transportation & Environmental Planning, 
Birmingham, England; Proceedings of the Thirteenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 336- 
352, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 



INVESTIGATING AND FORECASTING TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, 
National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C., Proceedings 
of the Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting, January 7-11, 1957, 
HRB Bulletin 161, 54 pp. 



COLLISION INVESTIGATIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA, 
J. R. Odendaal, National Institute for Road Research ; 
Proceedings of the Collision Investigation Methodology 
Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 562-631, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



THE EFFECT OF CONVENTIONALLY ENFORCED MAXIMUM SPEED 
LIMITS ON MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, J. Wadsworth, 
National Research Council of Canada. Motor Vehicle 
Accident Study Group, Ottawa, Canada, Technical Note 
No. 9, November 1966, 27 pp., 17 figs. 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY: ACCIDENT CONTROL, A. H. Hall, 
National Re search Co uncil _of Canada, Ottawa, Canada, 
Technical Note No. 8, May 1966, 36 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY: THE SYSTEM, W. F. Campbell, 
National Research Council of Canada , Ottawa, Canada, 
Technical Note No. 1, May 1966, 31 pp., 6 figs. 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY: THE VECTORS, J. Wadsworth, 
National Research Council of Canada , Ottawa, Canada, 
Technical Note No. 6, May 1966, 6 pp., 3 figs. 



A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN 1967," 
Metropolitan Police District , London, England, 49 pp. 
12 figs. 



A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN 1968, 
Metropolitan Police District , London, England, 48 pp., 
13 figs. 

IMPROVING VISIBILITY OF THE HIGHWAY AND HIGHWAY SIGNS 
AS A MEANS OF ACCIDENT PREVENTION, Theodore W. Forbes, 
Michigan State University , Department of Psychology 6. 
Division of Engineering Research, East Lansing, Mich.; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 113-117, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 



POST-ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION OF A 1954 FORD-COACH, 
G. F. W. McCaffrey, National Research Council of Canada, 
Ottawa, Canada, Report LTR-MVA-1, February 7, 1967, 
9 pp., 6 figs. 

POST ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION OF THE BRAKE SYSTEM OF A 
1966 IHC Truck, G. F. W. McCaffrey, National Research 
Council , National Aeronautical Establishment, Ottawa, 
Canada, May 12, 1967, 10 pp., 9 figs. 



REPORT OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT STUDY GROUP, W. F. 
Campbell, R. J. Carson, G. F. W. McCaffrey, F. R. 
Thurston & J. Wadsworth, National Resear ch Council of 
Canada . Ottawa, Canada, Technical Note No. 7, May 1966, 
24 pp., 3 figs. 



PUBLIC OPINION IN MICHIGAN ON TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 
PREVENTION, Verling C. Troldahl & R. Vincent Farace, 
Michigan State University , Dept. of Communication, 
East Lansing, Mich., January 1966, 39 pp. 



A COMPUTER STUDY INTO THE CAUSES OF 1965-66 TRAFFIC 
DEATHS IN JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, Floyd A. Miller , 
Jacksonville, Florida, August 1966, 35 pp. 



ACCIDENT FACTS, National Safety Council , Chicago, 
1970, 96 pp. 



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AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION METHODOLOGY, William L. 
Halnon, National Transportation Safety Board , Operations 
Branch, Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 155-182, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



ROAD ACCIDENT STATISTICS — INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE 
COMPLETION OF ROAD ACCIDENT REPORTS (FORMS STATS. 19, 
19A and 19B), Ministry of Transport 6. Civil Aviation 
Scottish Home Department, London, England, Report No. 
20, 1959, 36 pp. 



COMPACT CAR ACCIDENT STUDY, GARDEN STATE PARKWAY: 
JANUARY 1968 - JUNE 1969, Robert A. Nelson, New Jersey 
Highway Authority , Garden State Parkway, Woodbrldge, 
N. J., November 7, 1969, 26 pp. 



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A CONTROLLED STUDY OF FATAL AUTOMOBILE '.CCIDENTS IN 
NEW YORK CITY, James R. McCarroll & William Haddon, Jr. 
New York State Department o f Health, Albany N. Y.; 
reprint J. Chron, Pis ., Vol. 15, pp". 811-826 



FIRE AS A FACTOR IN MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS IN 
NEW YORK STATE, MARCH AND SEPTEMBER 1968, Uohn 0. Moore 
& Donald Barry Negri, New York State Department of 
Motor Vehicles , Albany, N. Y., Research Report 1969-2, 
October 1969, 29 pp. 

A NOTE CONCERNING ACCIDENT THEORY AND RESEARCH WITH 
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, William 
Raddon, Jr., New York State Department of Health , 
Epidemiology Residency Program, Albany, N. Y.; reprint 
Annals New York Academy of Sciences , Vol. 107, 1963, 
pp. 635-646 



PRESENT AND FUTURE TRAFFIC ACCIDENT RECORDS SYSTEM IN 
NEW YORK STATE'S EFFORTS TO COMPLY WITH FEDERAL 
STANDARDS, Basil Y. Scott, New York State Department 
of Motor Vehicles , Program Development, Albany, N. Y.; 
reprint Safety , summer/ fall, Vol. 55, No. 3, 1968, 
pp. 10-14 

THE PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS, William Haddon, Jr., 
New York State Department of Health , Division of Chronic- 
Disease Services, Albany, N. Y.; Proceedings of the 
International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine — Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 62-97; also Preventive Medicine , Duncan W. 
Clark (x Brian MacMahon, publisher Little, Brown and 
Co., Boston, Mass., 1967, pp. 591-621 

CAUSAL FACTORS IN SINGLE VEHICLE FATAL ACCIDENTS, 
George G. Snively, Snell Memorial Foundation, Sacramento, 
Calif.; Robert M. Phillips & George L. Nielsen ; Paper 
Given at the Annual Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, 
Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 6c 11. 1966, pp. 12-18 



THE ROAD ACCIDENT RISKS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE— 
THE MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY PATTERN, Bert 11 Aldman, 
Official Council on Road Safety Research , Stockholm, 
Sweden; Proceedings of the International Association 
for Accident & Traffic Mediclne--Volume I, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 203-206 



A METHOD OF INVESTIGATING HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, 
Thomas G. Brittenham, David M. Clancy & Emmett H. 
Karrer, Ohio State University , Columbus, Ohio; 
Highway Research Board Bulletin No. 161 , 1957, pp. 30-47 



ETUDE CLINIQUE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA CIRCULATION ROUTIERE— 
INTR0DUCTI0N, FINS ET MOYENS DE LA RECHERCHE, FASCICULE 
I (CLINICAL STUDY OF ROAD ACCIDENTS — INTRODUCTION, 
ENDS AND MEANS OF THE RESEARCH, VOLUME I), Organ lsme 
National de Se'curlte Routiere , Arcuell (Seine), France, 
Bulletin No. 25, April 1970, 14 pp. 



ETUDE CLINIQUE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA CIRCULATION ROUTIERE — 
DOSSIER DE L'ACCIDENT 15, PREMIERE PARTIE: LISTES DE 
CONTROLE, FASCICULE II (CLINICAL STUDY OF ROAD 
ACCIDENTS—FILE ON ACCIDENT 15, FIRST PART: 
REGISTRATION LISTS, VOLUME II), Organlsme National de 
Securite Routiere , Arcuell (Seine), France, Bulletin 
No. 25, April 1970, 86 pp. 

ETUDE CLINIQUE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA CIRCULATION ROUTIERE — 
DOSSIER DE L'ACCIDENT 15, DEUXIEME PARTIE: FORMULAIRE, 
DESCRIPTION, SYNTHESE, FASCICULE III (CLINICAL STUDY OF 
ROAD ACCIDENTS--FILE ON ACCIDENT 15, SECOND PART: 
FORMULARY, DESCRIPTION, SYNTHESIS, VOLUME III), 
Organlsme National de Securite Routiere , Arcuell 
(Seine), France, Bulletin No. 25, 15 pp. 



ETUDE CLINIQUE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA CIRCULATION ROUTIERE-- 
QUELQUES DONNEES NUMERIQUES BRUTES ET LEUR ELABORATION 
SIMPLE, FASCICULE IV (CLINICAL STUDY OF ROAD ACCIDENTS-- 
SOME RAW NUMERICAL DATA AND SIMPLE HANDLING OF THEM, 
VOLUME IV), Organlsme National de Securltl Routiere , 
Arcuell (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 25, April 1970, 
27 pp. 



ETUDE CLINIQUE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA CIRCULATION ROUTIERE-- 
JALONS POUR UNE FUTURE SCIENCE, THESES SUR LA GENESE ET 
LA PREVENTION DES ACCIDENTS, FASCICULE V (CLINICAL 
STUDY OF ROAD ACCIDENTS—REFERENCE POINTS FOR A FUTURE 
SCIENCE, THESES ON THE ORIGIN AND PREVENTION OF 
ACCIDENTS, VOLUME V), Organlsme National de Securite' 
Routiere , Arcuell (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 25, 
April 1970, 14 pp. 



ETUDE CLINIQUE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA CIRCULATION ROUTIERE — 
PROPOSITIONS DE RECHERCHE, FASCICULE VI (CLINICAL STUDY 
OF ROAD ACCIDENTS— RESEARCH PROPOSALS, VOLUME VI), 
Organlsme National de Securite Routiere , Arcuell, 
(Seine), France, Bulletin No. 25, April 1970, 10 pp. 



ETUDE CLINIQUE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA CIRCULATION ROUTIERE, 
RESUME, FASCICULE VII (CLINICAL STUDY OF ROAD ACCIDENTS, 
SUMMARY, VOLUME VII), Organlsme National de Securite 
Routiere , Arcuell (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 25, 
April 1970, 5 pp. 



PEDESTRIAN SAFETY: THE IDENTIFICATION OF PRECIPITATING 
FACTORS AND POSSIBLE COUNT ERMEASURES , VOLUME I, 
Monroe B. Snyder & Richard L. Knoblauch, Operations 
Research, Incorporated , Silver Spring, Md., Contract 
No. FH-11-7312, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, January 1971, 105 pp. 



ETUDES DETAILLEES D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA ROUTE— I. LES 
FACTEURS LIES A L ' INFRASTRUCTURE (DETAILED STUDIES OF 
HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS--I. THE FACTORS RELATED TO ROAD 
STRUCTURE), S. Goldberg, Catherine Plantevin & P. 
Duflot, Organlsme National de Securite Routiere , 
Arcuell (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 3, September 
1962, 15 pp. 



PEDESTRIAN SAFETY: THE IDENTIFICATION OF PRECIPITATING 
FACTORS AND POSSIBLE COUNTERMEASURES --APPEND ICES , 
VOLUME II, Monroe B. Snyder & Richard L. Knoblauch, 
Operations Research, Incorporated , Silver Spring, Md., 
Contract No. FH-11-7312, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, January 1971, 350 pp. 



ETUDE DETAILLEE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA RO^UTE— II. LES 
FACTEURS LIE'S AU CONDUCTEUR ET AU Ve'hICULE (DETAILED 
STUDIES OF HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS— II. FACTORS RELATED TO 
THE DRIVER AND TO THE VEHICLE), P. Duflot 6. F. Hoffmann, 
Organlsme National de Se'curlte" Routiere , Arcuell (Seine) 
France, Bulletin No. 5, June 1963, 18 pp. 



CAUSES OF CAR ACCIDENTS, F. Leygue & Jean L'Hoste, 
Organlsme National de Se'curlte' Routiere , Arcuell (Seine), 
France ; 1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium, Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 1299-1302; SAE Report No. 700441 



ETUDE DETAILLEE D 'ACCIDENTS DE LA ROUTE — III. LES 
VICTIMES (DETAILED STUDIES OF HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS— III. 
THE VICTIMS), P. Duflot & F. Hoffmann, Organlsme 
National de Securite Routiere , Arcuell (Seine), France, 
Bulletin No. 10, May 1964, 19 pp. 



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ETUDE SUR L'EFFICACITE D' operations de secukite 
(1959-60-61) (STUDY ON THE EFFICACY OF SAFETY MEASURES 
DJ THE ROAD NETWORK (1959-60-61), F. Leygue & P. 
Duflot, Organlsme National de Se'curltl Routlere , 
Axcuell (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 17, January 1968, 
15 PP. 



THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE VIEWS AUTO SAFETY, Robert L. 
Price, Pub lic Health Service , Injury Control Program, 
U. S. Department of Health, Education, & Welfare, 
Arlington, Va.; reprint Journal of the Louisiana State 
Medical Society , Vol. 119-, No. 9, September 1967, 
pp. 355-357 



LIMITATION DE VITESSE A 110JCM A L'HEURE- -RAPPORT 
PROVISOIRE (AVRIL 1970 - AOUT 1970) (LIMITATION OF 
SPEED AT 110 KM AN HOUR—PRELIMINARY REPORT) (APRIL 
1970 - AUGUST 1970), Organlsme National de Securlte' 
Routlere , Arcuell (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 33, 
4 pp. 



RESEARCH IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENT PREVENTION: AN OVERVIEW OF 
RESEARCH SUPPORTED BY THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, Leon 
C. Goldstein, Public Health Service , U. S. Dept. of 
Health, Education & Welfare, Washington, D. C; reprint 
Traffic Safety Research Review , Vol. 11 # 2, June 1967, 
pp. 50-56 



NEUF MOIS D' EXPERIENCE DE LIMITATION DE LA VITESSE 
SUR 1.600 KM (NINE MONTHS OF EXPERIENCE OF LIMITATION 
OF^ THE SPEED ON 1.600 KM), Organlsme National de 
Securlte -Routlere , Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin 
No. 32 5 pp. 



AN ANALYSIS OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS ON COUNTY ROADS, 
D. F. Petty & H. L. Michael, Purdue University , 
Engineering Experiment Station, Lafayette, Ind., 
County Highway Series No. 5, December 1962, 27 pp. 



LE POINT SUR LES ROUTES A TROIS VOIES ET SUR LES 
AUTOROUTES (THE SITUATION ON ROADS OF THREE LANES 
AND ON DIVIDED HIGHWAYS), Organlsme National de Se'curite 
Routlere, Arcueil (Seine), France, No. 30, 3 pp. 



EVALUATION OF SAFETY AT RAILROAD -HIGHWAY GRADE 
CROSSINGS IN URBAN AREAS, William D. Berg, Purdue 
University . School of Civil Engineering, Lafayette, 
Ind., Project No. C-36-59I, September 22, 1966, 90 pp. 



REGLEMENTATION DE LA VITESSE: OPINION DES USAGERS 
(REGULATION OF SPEED: OPINION OF USERS), Organlsme 
National de Securlte' Routlere , Arcueil (Seine), France, 
No. 28, 3 pp. 



UNE VASTE ETUDE CLINIQUE DES ACCIDENTS DE LA CIRCULATION 
ROUTIERE (A COMPREHENSIVE CLINICAL STUDY OF ACCIDENTS 
ON ROADWAYS), Organlsme National de Securlte Routlere , 
Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 29, December 1969, 
3 pp. 

THE COLLISION DATA NEEDS OF STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, 
Edmund R. Ricker, Pennsylvania Department of Highways , 
Highway Safety Group, Harrisburg, Pa.; Proceedings of 
the Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, 
August 24-28, 1969, pp. 54-61, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CAUSAL FACTORS IN SINGLE VEHICLE FATAL ACCIDENTS, 
George G. Snively, Snell Memorial Foundation, Sacramento, 
Calif.; Robert M. Phillips & George L. Nielsen; Paper 
Given at the Annual Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Holloraan Air Force Base, 
Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 12-18 



MODELING THE TRAFFIC -SAFETY SYSTEM, B. F. Goeller,- The 
Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, Calif., Contract No. 
FH-11-6698, prepared for National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Federal Highway Administration, Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, Memorandum RM- 
5633-DOT, April 1968, 66 pp. 



COLLISION DAMAGE SEVERITY SCALE, K. A. Stonex & W. D. 
Nelson, General Motors Corp., Detroit, Mich.; A. W. 
Siegel, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
J. W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, 
N. Y.; & C. S. Mlchalski, Reid, Cool, 6. Michalski . 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700136, 5 pp. 

CASUALTY RATES AT THE EASTER, WHTTSUN AND AUGUST 
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, J. C. Tanner, Road Research Lab ., 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
Report No. LR 74, 1967, 33 pp. 



A COMPARISON OF SHOPPING TIMES IN 'HIGH-STREET' AND 
'PRECINCT' TYPES OF SHOPPING AREA, G. D. Jacobs, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 150, 
1968, 16 pp., 4 figs. 



MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDY OF VEHICLE ACCIDENTS IN 
NORTH CAROLINA, FINAL REPORT, H. H. Hill, R. E. Kirk 6. 
F. C. Tyner, Research Triangle Institute , Statistics 
Research Division, Research Triangle Park, N. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-7215, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Administration 
Washington, D. C, Report No. SU-467-I, December 1970, 
152 pp. 



STATISTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON ROAD ACCIDENT INJURIES 
AMONG ELDERLY PEOPLE, P. Di Leo & P. T. Rlcciardl 
Polllnl , Rome, Italy; Proceedings of the International 
A»«ociation for Accident & Traffic Medicine — Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, p. 165 



STATISTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON VICTIMS OF ROAD ACCIDENTS 
AMONG CHILDREN, P. T. Rlcciardl Polllnl & P. Dl Leo, 
Rome, Italy; Proceedings of the International 
Aiiociation for Accident & Traffic Medicine—Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, p. 271 



COST OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN, R. F. F. 
Dawson, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 79. 1967, 68 pp. 

THE IMPORTANCE OF LOSS OF DIRECTIONAL CONTROL IN CAR 
ACCIDENTS, G. Grime, Road Research Lab ., Dept. of 
Scientific & Industrial Research, Langley, England, 
presented at the Symposium on Control of Vehicles during 
Braking and Cornering, in London, June 11, 1963; reprint 
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers , 1964, 7 pp. 



RESEARCH ON ROAD TRAFFIC, Road Research Lab ., Dept. of 
Scientific & Industrial Research, Harmondsworth, 
Middlesex; Her Majesty's Stationery Office, Publisher, 
London, England, 1965, 505 pp. 



SKIDDING IN PERSONAL-INJURY ACCIDENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN 
IN 1965 AND 1966, Barbara E. Sabey & Valerie J. Storle, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 173, 1968, 
19 pp. 



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A STUDY OF PEDESTRIAN RISK IN CROSSING BUSY ROADS IN 
FOUR TOWNS, G. D. Jacobs & D. G. Wilson, Road Research 
laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, 
Report No. LR 106, 1967, 23 pp., 5 figs. 



A SURVEY INTO THE ACCIDENT RATES OF ARTICULATED AND 
RIGID COMMERCIAL VEHICLES, B. N. Farr 6. I. D. Neilson, 
Road Research Laboratory, Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, RRL Report No. LR 197, 
1968, 16 pp. 



DISABLED DRIVERS AND ELDERLY PERSONS INJURED IN TRAFFIC 
ACCIDENTS, Georg Bllkra & Rolf Rlngkjdb , Oslo, Norway; 
Proceedings of the International Association for 
Accident & Traffic Medicine- -Volume I, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12. 1966, pp. 159-160 

TRAFFIC INJURIES IN CHILDREN, Georg Blikra & Rolf 
Rlngkjp'b , Oslo, Norway; Proceedings of the International 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine — Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 239-240 



HOW CAN TOWN PLANNING CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS CREATING A SAFE 
ENVIRONMENT FOR CHILDREN IN RESPECT TO ROAD ACCIDENTS? 
Sune Llndstrom, SCAFT Chalmers Institute of Technology , 
Gothenburg, Sweden; Proceedings of the International 
Association for Accident & Traffic Medicine --Volume I, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 236-238 

CAUSAL FACTORS IN SINGLE VEHICLE FATAL ACCIDENTS, 
George G. Snively, Snell Memorial Foundation , Sacramento, 
Calif.; Robert M. Phillips & George L. Nielsen; Paper 
Given at the Annual Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, 
Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 12-18 



RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VEHICLE DEFECTS AND VEHICLE 
CRASHES, VOLUME II: TECHNICAL REPORT, David N. Schmidt, 
Stanford Research Institute , Menlo Park, Calif., 
Contract No. FH-11-7302, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, July 1970, 219 pp. 



RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VEHICLE DEFECTS AND VEHICLE 
CRASHES, VOLUME III: AN INVESTIGATOR'S GUIDE, Stanford 
Research Institute , Menlo Park, Calif., Contract No. 
FH-11-7302, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, July 1970, 192 pp. 



RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VEHICLE DEFECTS AND VEHICLE CRASHES, 
VOLUME IV: CASE SUMMARIES, Stanford Research Institute , 
Menlo Park, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-7302, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, July 1970, 
183 pp. 



RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VEHICLE DEFECTS AND VEHICLE CRASHES, 
VOLUME V: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY, Mary Ann 
Robertson, Stanford Research Institute , Menlo Park, 
Calif., Contract No. FH-11-7302,' prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, July 1970, 90 pp. 



CAUSES OF HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS: UNITED STATES EXPERIENCE, 
Libert Ehrman, Stuart Rice Associates, Incorporated , 
Washington, D. C, presented at the International 
Statistical Institute Thirtieth Biennial Session, 
Stockholm, Sweden, August 1957; reprint Traffic 
Quarterly , January 1958, pp. 30-57 



MAXIMUM DESIGN TOP SPEED--PHASE I, Roy W. Hull, J. 
Robert Cromack & E. J. Wolfe, Southwest Research 
Institute , San Antonio, Texas, Contract No. FH-11-6526, 
prepared for Federal Highway Administration, Washington, 
D. C.SwRI Project No. 11-2161, July 1-September 30, 

1967, 60 pp. 

MULTIDISCIPLINARY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, J. Robert 
Cromack, Southwest Research Institute , San Antonio, 
Texas, Contract No. FH-11-7219, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, SwRI Project No. 11-2632, 
August 1, 1970, 113 pp. 

STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT DATA, 
Roy W. Hull & George W. Knebel, Southwest Research 
Institute , San Antonio, Texas, Contract No. FH-11-6824, 
prepared for Federal Highway Administration, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
SwRI Project No. 11-2328, Report No. AR-655, July 31, 

1968, 53 pp., PB 180 111 



VIDEO INVESTIGATION FOR URBAN FREEWAY COLLISIONS, 
Bruce W. Pince, Space/Defense Corporation , Birmingham, 
Mich.; Proceedings of the Collision Investigation 
Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 462-474, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ACCIDENT RESEARCH--METHODS AND APPROACHES, William 
Haddon, Jr., Edward A . Suchman & David Klein, Harper & 
Row, Publishers, New York, Evanston, & London, 1964, 
752 pp. 



DATA CODING SYSTEM FOR HIGHWAY ACCIDENT REPORTS, 
Surveys & Research Corporation , Washington, D. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-6927, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
August 1969, 130 pp. 



INJURY PATTERNS IN ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS--AN ANALYSIS 
OF 5291 CASES RECORDED IN FINLAND DURING THREE MONTHS 
IN 1962, Par Slatis, TALJA (Central Organization for 
Traffic Safety in Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1967, 
No. 5, 39 pp. 



IASTEN LIIKENNEONNETTOMUUDET HELSINGISSA' VUONNA 1965 
JA 0NNETT0MUUTEEN JOUTUNEIDEN SOSIAALINEN TAUSTA 
(TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS INVOLVING CHILDREN IN HELSINKI 
DURING 1965 AND ACCIDENT VICTIMS' SOCIAL BACKGROUND), 
Liisa Ratilainen, TALJA (Central Organization for 
Traffic Safety in Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1968, 
No. 11, 91 pp. 



DRASTIC MEASURES FOR REDUCING TRAFFIC CASUALTIES, 
Richard L. Goen, Stanford Research Insti tute, Menlo 
Park, Calif., December 1965, 42 pp. 



RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VEHICLE DEFECTS AND VEHICLE CRASHES 
VOLUME I: SUMMARY REPORT, Stanford Research Institute , 
Menlo Park, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-7302, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, July 1970, 
30 pp. 



RESEARCH ON SPEED LIMIT IN HIGHWAY TRAFFIC IN 1962, 
Sauli Hakkinen, Kaarlo Leinonen & Liisa Ratilainen, 
TALJA (Central Organization for Traffic Safety in 
Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1966, No. 2, 23 pp., 54 figs. 



TEMPORARY SPEED LIMITS IN FINLAND 1963-1964, Sauli 
Hakkinen, TALJA (Central Organization for Traffic 
Safety in Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1966, No. 4, 
pp. 11-21 



147 



TIELIIKENNEONNETTOMUUDET PIMEANA' AIKANA (TRAFFIC 
ACCIDENTS DURING DARKNESS), Sauli Hakkinen & Urpo 
Leppanen, TALJA (Central Organization for Traffic 
Safety in Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1967, No. 9, 
18 pp., 7 figs. 

TILASTOLLINEN TUTKIMUS SUOMESSA VUOSINA 1962-1965 
TIELIIKENTEESSA TAPAHTUNEISTA RISTEYSONNETTOMUUKSISTA 
(STATISTICAL STUDIES IN FINLAND FOR THE YEARS 1962- 
1965 INVOLVING ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AT CROSS ROADS), 
Urpo Leppanen, TALJA (Central Organization for Traffic 
Safety in Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1967, No. 7, 
89 pp., 3 figs. 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN FINLAND INVOLVING FOREIGNERS 1963, 
Liisa Ratilainen, TAUT A (Central Organization for 
Traffic Safety in Finland), Helsinki, Finland, 1966, 
No. 4, pp. 1-10 



YLEISEN NOPEUSRAJOITUKSEN VAIKUTUS TIELIIKENNEONNET- 
TOMUUSMXXRIIN VUONNA 1966 LOKA- JA MARRASKUUSSA 
VOIMASSA OLLEEN NOPEUSRAJOITUKSEN 90 km/t PERUSTEELLA 
(SPEED LIMITING EXPERIMENTS IN COUNTRY TRAFFIC DURING 
FEBRUARY AND MARCH 1966); I OSA: YLEISEN NOPEUSRA- 
JOITUKSEN VAIKUTUS ONNETTOMUUSM&AP.IIN (PART I: EFFECTS 
OF PUBLIC SPEED LIMITS ON THE DEGREE OF ACCIDENTS), 
Sauli Hakkinen & Urpo Leppanen; & II OSA: TUTKIMUS- 
MENETELMIEN TARKASTELU JA TUTKIMUKSEN YKSITYISKOHTAISET 
TULOKSET (PART II: RESEARCH METHODS, CRITICAL EXAMI- 
NATION, AND INDIVIDUAL RESULTS), Urpo Leppanen, TALJA 
(Central Organization for Traffic Safety in Finland), 
Helsinki, Finland, 1968, No. 12, 139 pp. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND ROAD LAYOUT--THE USE OF ELECTRONIC 
DATA PROCESSING ON ACCIDENT INFORMATION, Ole Thorson, 
Technical University of Denmark. Copenhagen, Denmark, 
1967, 167 pp. 

ESTABLISHING MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT INVOLVEMENT- -AN 
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL APPROACH, Anthony Peranio & Allan Katz, 
Technlon, Israel Istltute of Technology , Haifa, Israel; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium, Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 1288-1298; SAE Report No. 700440 



A STATE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROGRAM, VOLUME I, 
M. Blumenthal & H. Wuerdemann, Travelers Research 
Center, Inc. , Hartford, Conn., Contract No. FH-11-6688, 
prepared for National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 162, January 1968, 341 pp., PB 177 770 



A STATE ACCIDENT 
TRAFFIC COLLISION 
TO ACCOMPANY THE 
REPORT, M. B lumen 
Travelers Reseaic 



Contract No. FH-1 
Safety Bureau, U. 
Washington, D. C. 
79 pp., PB 177 77 



INVESTIGATION PROGRAM, VOLUME II— A 

MANAGEMENT AND INVESTIGATION MANUAL 
STANDARD POLICE TRAFFIC COLLISION 
thai, H. Wuerdemann & J. A. Manseau, 
h Center, Inc . , Hartford, Conn., 



1-6688, prepared for National Highway 
S. Department of Transportation, 
, Report No. 162, February 1968, 
1 



A STATE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROGRAM, VOLUME III— 
STANDARD TRAFFIC COLLISION INVESTIGATION DATA ENCODING 
MANUAL, M. Blumenthal, A. M. Pavlowitz & H. Wuerdemann, 
Travelers Research Center, Inc. , Hartford, Conn., 
Contract No. FH-11-6688, prepared for National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. 162, February 1968, 
87 pp., PB 177 772 



A STATE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROGRAM—PHASE II, A 
TEST OF DEVELOPED AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT REPORT FORMS- 
VOLUME I, FINAL REPORT, M. Blumenthal & H. Wuerdemann, 
Travelers Research Corporation , Hartford, Conn., 
Contract No. FH-11-6926, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C„ RFP 91, 7349-355a, July 1969, 
218 pp., PB 177 770 

A STATE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROGRAM --PHASE II, A 
TEST OF DEVELOPED AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT REPORT FORMS- 
VOLUME II, A REVISED TRAFFIC CRASH MANAGEMENT AND 
INVESTIGATION MANUAL TO ACCOMPANY THE UNIFORM POLICE 
CRASH REPORT, M. Blumenthal, H. Wuerdemann & J. A. 
Manseau, Travelers Research Corporation, Hartford, 
Conn., Contract No. FH-11-6926, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, RFP 91, 7349-355b, July 1969, 
88 pp. , PB 177 771 



RESULTS OF ON-THE-SCENE INVESTIGATIONS OF ACCIDENTS, 
Helgo Schneider, Technlscher Uberwachungsverein Bayern 
e.V. , Munchen, Germany; Proceedings of the Thirteenth 
Stapp Car C).--s;h Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 252- 
269, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 

FREEWAY RAMP CONTROL REDUCES FREQUENCY OF REAR-END 
ACCIDENTS, Milton L. Radke, Texas A & M Unive rsity, 
Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, 
Report No. 24-21, November 1966, 24 pp. 



RAILROAD GRADE CROSSINGS, Hoy A. Richards & G. Sadler 
Bridges, Texas A&M University, Texas Transportation 
Institute, Department of Transport Operations, College 
Station, Texas; Chapter 1, TRAFFIC CONTROL AND ROADWAY 
ELEMENTS— THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO HIGHWAY SAFETY, 
Automotive Safety Foundation, Washington, D. C, 1968, 
9 pp. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-1964, 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 

FINDINGS IN THE INVESTIGATIONS OF FIFTY TRAFFIC 
DEATH CASES, Alfred L. Moseley, James C. Tunny, Jr., 
Murray Burnstine & Murray D. Segal, Trauma Research 
Institute , Cambridge, Mass.; The Seventh Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, 
pp. 269-274, Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 
111. 



A STATE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROGRAM --PHASE II, A 
TEST OF DEVELOPED AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT REPORT FORMS- 
VOLUME III, A REVISED DATA ENCODING MANUAL TO ACCOMPANY 
THE UNIFORM POLICE TRAFFIC CRASH REPORT, M. Blumenthal, 
H. Wuerdemann & A. Pavlowitz, Travelers Research 
Corporation , Hartford, Conn., Contract No. FH-11-6926, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
RFP 91, 7349-355c, July 1969, 114 pp., PB 177 772 



A MEDICAL ENGINEERING ANALYSIS OF SEVERE VEHICULAR 
ACCIDENTS OCCURRING IN THE GREATER NEW ORLEANS AREA, 
Jack K. Wickstrom & John L. Martinez, Tulane University , 
New Orleans, La., Contract No. FH-11-6794, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Report No. 2, July 
1969, 184 pp. 



A MEDICAL ENGINEERING ANALYSIS OF TEN SEVERE VEHICULAR 
ACCIDENTS OCCURRING IN THE GREATER NEW ORLEANS AREA, 
Jack K. Wickstrom & John L. Martinez, Tulane University , 
School of Medicine, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, 
New Orleans, La., Contract No. F-ll-6794, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, September 1968, 109 pp. 



A CONTROLLED INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF 
ADULT PEDESTRIANS FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR VEHICLES IN 
MANHATTAN, William Haddon, Jr., Preston Valien, James R. 
McCarroll & Charles J. Umberger , reprint J. Chron. Pis. , 
December 1961, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 655-678 



148 



THE HUMAN FACTOR IN ACCIDENTS, U. S. Air Force , School 
of Aviation Medicine, Air University, Randolph Air Force 
Base, Texas; reprinted by U. S. Department of Health, 
Education & Welfare, Public Health Service, Washington, 
D. C, 1967, 175 pp. 



MEDICAL STUDY OF FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS IN THE 
UNITED STATES ARMY, EUROPE, U. S. Army , Europe, April 
30, 1968, 33 pp., AD 691 358 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS--A DEFENSE DOCUMENTATION CENTER 
BIBLIOGRAPHY, U. S. Department of Defense , Defense 
Documentation Center, Alexandria, Va., Report No. 
DDC-TAS-69-34, April 1969, 253 pp., AD 852 000 



A NATIONAL COLLISION DATA COLLECTION SYSTEM, Eugene E. 
Flamboe, U. S. Department of Transportation , National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Accident Investigation Systems 
Design Group, Washington, D. C.J Proceedings of the 
Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 
24-28, 1969, pp. 731-738, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc.. New York , N. Y. 



THE PRECRASH, CRASH, AND POSTCRASH PARTS OF THE 
HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM, William Haddon, Jr., U. S . 
Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Administration, Washington, D. C, presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Joint Meeting of SAE 
South Texas Group & Bexar County Medical Society, 
February 13, 1968. SAE Report No. 680237, 5 pp. 



APPLICATION OF BENEFIT -COST ANALYSIS TO MOTOR VEHICLE 
ACCIDENTS U. S. Department of Health, Education & 
Welfare , Office of Assistant Secretary for Program 
Coordination, Washington, D. C, August 1966, 183 pp. 



ANALYSIS AND SUMMARY OF ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS-1969, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Administration, Bureau of Motor Carrier Safety, 
Washington, D. C, November 30, 1970, 99 pp. 



ANALYSIS OF DEFECTIVE VEHICLE ACCIDENTS OF MOTOR 
CARRIERS-- 1959- 1962, U. S. Department of Transportation , 
Federal Highway Administration, Bureau of Motor Carrier 
Safety, Washington, D. C, 21 pp. 



1969 ANALYSIS OF MOTOR CARRIER ACCIDENTS INVOLVING 
VEHICLE DEFECTS OR MECHANICAL FAILURE, U. S. Department 
of Transportation , Federal Highway Administration, 
Bureau of Motor Carrier Safety, Washington, D. C, 
18 pp. 

THE CHANGING APPROACH TO THE EPIDEMIOLOGY, PREVENTION, 
AND AMELIORATION OF TRAUMA: THE TRANSITION TO 
APPROACHES ETI0LOGICALLY RATHER THAN DESCRIPTIVELY 
BASED, William Haddon, Jr., U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, presented at the 95th Annual Meeting 
of the American Public Health Association, Miami Beach, 
Fla., October 26, 1967, 15 pp., 3 figs. 



DATA PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES, Donald F. Mela, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , National Highway 
Safety Bureau, National Highway Safety Institute, 
Washington, D. C.J Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 722-726, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S COLLISION DATA NEEDS, Wendell 
G. Etmes, U. S. Department of Transportation , National 
Highway Safety Bureau, National Highway Accident & 
Injury Analysis Center, Washington, D. C.J Proceedings 
of the Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, 
August 24-28, 1969, pp. 29-37, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANUAL—IDENTIFICATION AND 
SURVEILLANCE OF ACCIDENT LOCATIONS, VOLUME 9, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, January 1969, 34 pp. 



MAXIMUM SAFE SPEED FOR MOTOR VEHICLES, U. S. Department 
of Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Office of Research & Program Synthesis, Washington, 
D. C, NHSB Staff Report, January 31, 1969, 81 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME V--SPEED-RELATED ACCIDENT 
COUNTERMEASURES AND THEIR PRIORITIES, U. S. Department 
of Transportation , Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
held at Fredericksburg, Va., July 18-20, 1969, 89 pp., 
PB 186 272 

SUMMARY OF 1968-1969 MULTIDISCIPLINARY ACCIDENT 
INVESTIGATIONS, U. S. Department of Transportation , 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C.,. 
December 1969, 89 pp. 

ROAD ACCIDENTS AND THE INTERACTION BETWEEN VEHICLE AND 
ROAD, R. J. Smeed & G. Grime, University College , 
London, England; Vehicle and Road Design for Safety , 
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
Vol. 183, Part 3A, 1968-69, pp. 1-14, Institution of 
Mprhanical Engineers, London, England 

FATAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN ADELAIDE, P. R. Hodge, 
University of Adelaide , Dept. of Pathology, Adelaide, 
Australia; reprint The Medical Journal of Australia , 
Vol. I, No. 9, March 3, 1962, pp. 309-314 

COMPARISONS OF CAR CRASHES IN THREE COUNTRIES, 
G. Anthony Ryan, Monash University, Medical School, 
Dept. of Social & Preventive Medicine, Victoria, 
Australia; & G. Murray Mackay, University of Birmingham , 
Dept. of Transportation & Environmental Planning, 
Birmingham, England; Proceedings of the Thirteenth 
Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 2-4, 1969, pp. 336- 
352, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. 

THE EXTERIOR COLLISION, A. J. McLean, Harvard School 
of Public Health, Boston, Mass.; G. M. Mackay, 
University of Birmingham , Birmingham, England; 
1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 1214-1221; SAE Report No. 700434 



INJURY AND COLLISION SEVERITY, G. Murray Mackay, 
University of Birmingham , Department of Transportation, 
Birmingham, England; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp 
Car Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 207-219, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 

METHODOLOGY OF COLLISION INVESTIGATIONS AT BIRMINGHAM 
UNIVERSITY, ENGLAND, G. M. Mackay, University of 
Birmingham , Birmingham, England; Proceedings of the 
Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24- 
28, 1969, pp. 498-532, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 

THE OTHER ROAD USERS, G. M. Mackay, University of 
Birmingham , Department of Transportation & Environmental 
Planning, Birmingham, England; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 327- 
345, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



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SOME ASPECTS OF TRAFFIC INJURY IN URBAN ROAD ACCIDENTS, 
G. Murray Mackay & C . P. de Fonseka, University of 
Birmingham, Dept. of Transportation & Environmental 
Planning, Birmingham, England; 11th Stapp Car Crash 
Conference Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 70-78, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



ANALYSIS OF ACCIDENT LITERATURE, Harry W. Case, 
University of California , Institute of Transportation & 
Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif., prepared for 
California Transportation Agency State of California 
Standard Agreement No. RIA 13945-13093, August 30, 
1968, Part 1: 348 pp., PB 184 881; Part 2: 342 pp., 
PB 184 882 



AUTO-PEDESTRIAN IMPACT EXPERIMENTS, Derwyn M. Severy, 
University of California , Los Angeles, Calif.; The 
Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 345-373, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



COLLISION DAMAGE SEVERITY SCALE, K. A. Stonex & W. D. 
Nelson, General Motors Corp., Detroit, Mich.; A. W. 
Siege 1, University of California , Los Angeles, Calif.; 
J. W. Garrett, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., Buffalo, 
N. Y.; & C. S. Michalski, Reid, Cool, & Michalski, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 12-16, 1970, SAE Report No. 700136, 5 pp. 



THE USE OF MASS, NON-SPECIFIC ACCIDENT DATA IN 
RESEARCH, Robert Brenner & Walter W. Mosher, 
University of California , Institute of Transportation 
& Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; The 
Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference Proceedings, 
November 11-13, 1963, pp. 189-206, Charles C. Thomas, 
Publisher. Springfield, 111. 



THE VEHICLE DEFORMATION INDEX: A REPORT FROM THE 
INTERNATIONAL AD HOC COMMITTEE FOR COLLISION DEFORMATION 
AND TRAUMA INDICES, Arnold W. Siegel, University of 
California , Trauma Research Group, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
Proceedings of the Collision Investigation Methodology 
Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 654-672, Cornell 
Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



A THEORETICAL MODEL FOR ENHANCING TRANSPORTATION 
SAFETY, P. J. Stlnson, University of Denver , Denver 
Research Institute, Denver, Colo., presented at the 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Winter Annual 
Meeting & Energy Systems Exposition, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
November 12-17, 1967, ASME Report No. 67-WA/BHF-4, 
S pp. 



THE ROAD ACCIDENT RISKS LN CHILDREN AND Y0UTH--THE 
MORBIDITY PATTERN, Roland Gadeke, University of 
Freiburg , Children's Clinic, Freiburg/Breisgau, West 
Germany; Proceedings of the International Association 
for Accident & Traffic Medicine — Volume I, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 189-202 



ON THE EFFECT OF REMOVING PERSONS WITH N OR MORE 
ACCIDENTS FROM AN ACCIDENT PRONE POPULATION, Frank A. 
Haight, University of California, Institute of Trans- 
portation & Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; 
reprint Blometrika , 1965, Vol. 52, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 298- 
300 



CROSS SECTION AND PAVEMENT SURFACE, John A. Dearinger & 
John W. Hutchinson, University of Kentucky , Dept. 
of Civil Engineering, Lexington, Ky.; Chapter 7 of 
TRAFFIC CONTROL & ROADWAY ELEMENTS—THEIR RELATIONSHIP 
TO HIGHWAY SAFETY/REVISED, Highway Users Federation for 
Safety & Mobility, Washington, D. C, 1970, 11 pp. 



HEAD LIGHT -TAILLIGHT ANALYSES FROM COLLISION RESEARCH, 
D. M. Severy, University of California , Institute of 
Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; Proceedings of the Tenth Stapp Car Crash 
Conference, November 8-9, 1966, pp. 14-37, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



PATTERNS OF ACCIDENTS AND POSSIBILITIES OF PREVENTION, 
John Cohen, University of Manchester , Department of 
Psychology, Manchester, England; Proceedings of the 
Second Congress of the International Association for 
Accident and Traffic Medicine—Volume II, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 81-94 



INDEXES OF MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT LIKELIHOOD, 
J. H. Mathewson & R. Brenner, University of California, 
Institute of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, * 
Los Angeles, Calif.; Highway Research Board Bulletin 
No. 161 , 1957, pp. 1-8 



ANALYSES OF TRUCK CRASH DATA, James O'Day, University 
of Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Systems 
Analysis Group, Ann Arbor, Mich., HIT Lab Reports 
October 1970, pp. 1-3 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY PROJECT, University of California , 
Dept. of Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif., Contract 
No. FH-11-6690, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. 68-52, October 1968, 
222 pp. 



PREDICTION OF RECORDED ACCIDENTS AND VIOLATIONS USING 
NON-DRIVING PREDICTORS, Edward Levonlan, Harry W. 
Caae & Raymond Gregory, University of California , 
Los Angeles, Calif.; National Research Council, 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, Highway 
Research Record No. 4, 1963, pp. 50-61 



AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS—WHERE WE'VE BEEN, WHERE WE ARE, 
WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE, Donald F. Huelke, University of 
Michigan , Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich.; reprint 
The Journal of Risk 6. Insurance , Vol. XXXV, No. 1, 
March 1968, pp. 61-66 



DAMAGE PATTERNS FOR PASSENGER SEDANS AND TRUCKS, 
Robert E. Scott, University of Michigan , Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; HIT Lab. Reports, 
November 1970, pp. 5-6 



THE EFFECT OF SALT ON THE NUMBER OF WINTER ACCIDENTS, 
Ernest Stephen Arvai, University of Michigan , Highway 
Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., HIT Lab 
Reports, January 1971, pp. 9-11 



SOME COMPARISONS BETWEEN TRAFFIC DEATH AND SUICIDE, 
Frank A. Haight, University of California , Institute of 
Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; reprint Automoblllsmo e Automoblllsmo 
Industrlale , No. 5, Sett.-Ott., 1965, 52 pp. 



AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF ACCIDENT DATA USING INDUCED 
EXPOSURE, William K. Hall, University, of Michigan , 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
HIT Lab. Reports, September 1970, pp. 6-12 



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HSRI ACCIDENT DATA BANKS, James O'Day 6. Ralph E. Darby, 
Jr., University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; HIT Lab. Reports, September 

1970, pp. 3-5 

INDUCED EXPOSURE AS A TOOL TO DETERMINE PASSENGER CAR 
AND TRUCK INVOLVEMENT IN ACCIDENTS, Donald D. van der 
Zwaag, University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., HIT Lab Reports, January 

1971, pp. 1-8 

INDUCED EXPOSURE REVISITED, William L. Carlson, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; HIT Lab. Reports, November 1970, 
pp. 1-4 



INJURY LEVEL BY VEHICLE AGE, Ralph E. Darby, Jr., & 
James O'Day, University of Michigan, Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; HIT Lab. Reports, 
September 1970, pp. 13-15 



A STUDY OF PEDESTRIAN FATALITIES IN WAYNE COUNTY, 
MICHIGAN, Donald F. Huelke & Rollin A. Davis, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., HSRI Report No. Bio-9, 
1969, 52 pp. 



TRAFFIC VOLUME, Gilbert T. Slatterly, Jr. 6. Donald E. 
Cleveland, University of Michigan , Highway Safety 
Research Institute, Department of Civil Engineering, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Chapter 2 of TRAFFIC CONTROL AND 
ROADWAY ELEMENTS--THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO HIGHWAY SAFETY, 
Automotive Safety Foundation, Washington, D. C, 1968, 
8 pp. 

MULTIDISCIPLINARY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, University of 
New Mexico , Medical School, New Mexico Accident 
Investigation Program, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 
Contract No. FH-11-7216, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, September 1970, 
99 pp. 



INVESTIGATIONS OF FATAL AND NON-FATAL AUTOMOBILE 
ACCIDENTS, Donald F. Huelke & Paul W. Gikas, University 
of Michigan , Ann Arbor, Mich.; reprint Transcript of 
the Nineteenth Annual Convention of the American Trial 
Lawyers Association , 1965, pp. 396-403 



INVESTIGATIONS OF FATAL AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS FROM THE 
FORENSIC POINT OF VIEW, Donald F. Huelke, & Paul W. 
Gikas, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 
presented at the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the 
American Academy of Forensic Sciences, February 24, 
1966, Chicago, 111.; reprinted Journal of Forensic 
Sciences, October 1966, Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 474-484 



FIELD EXPERIENCE AND EVALUATION OF TAD PROJECT "VEHICLE 
DAMAGE RATING SCALE", William S. Rouse & Francis Gendre, 
University of North Carolina , Chapel Hill, N. C; 
Proceedings of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, 
December 2-4, 1969, pp. 215-236, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York,.N. Y. 



THE TRAFFIC ACCIDENT DATA PROJECT SCALE, B. J. Campbell, 
William Rouse & Francis Gendre, University of North 
Carolina , Highway Safety Research Center, Chapel Hill, 
N. C; Proceedings of the Collision Investigation 
Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 675-679, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



METHODOLOGY FOR ESTABLISHING AND OPERATING PRODUCTIVE 
ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROGRAMS, Donald F. Huelke, 6. 
Harold W. Sherman, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; 1970 International Automobile Safety Conference 
Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers Conference 
Proceedings P-30, pp. 1280-1287; SAE Report No. 700439 



THE ABBREVIATED AND THE COMPREHENSIVE RESEARCH INJURY 
SCALES, John D. States, University of Rochester , School 
of Medicine & Dentistry, Rochester, N. Y.; Proceedings 
of the Thirteenth Stapp Car Crash Conference, December 
2-4, 1969, pp. 282-294, Society of Automotive Engineers, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. 



METHODOLOGY OF INJURY CAUSATION INVESTIGATION, Donald F. 
Huelke & Harold W. Sherman, University of Michigan, 
Department of Anatomy, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of 
the Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, 
August 24-28, 1969, pp. 276-285, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



MEDICAL ENGINEERING ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, John D. 
States, University of Rochester , School of Medicine 6. 
Dentistry, Rochester, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6796, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
July 1, 1968 - June 30, 1969, 85 pp., PB 192 401 



MODERN ACCIDENT DATA ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES, James O'Day, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 704-721, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



THE MULTI-DISCIPLINARY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION (MDAI) DATA 
BANK, Joseph C. Marsh, TV., University of Michigan, 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
HIT Lab Reports, December 1970, pp. 9-11 



SMALL-CAR ACCIDENT INVOLVEMENT, Barbara Brown, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich.; HIT Lab. Reports, 
November 1970, pp. 11-12 



PILOT MEDICAL ENGINEERING ACCIDENT ANALYSIS STUDY, John 
D. States, University of Rochester , School of Medicine, 
Department of Surgery, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, 
Research Accident Investigation Team, Rochester, N. Y., 
Contract No. FH-11-6796, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
February 12-June 30, 1968, 100 pp. 



VEHICLE DETERIORATION ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, John D. 
States & John C. Balcerak, University of Rochester , 
School of Medicine, Research Accident Investigation, 
Rochester, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-7329, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, 
D. C, VDS-Technical-1, July 1, 1969 - June 30, 1970, 
206 pp. 



SPEED AND SPEED CONTROL, Donald E Cleveland, University 
of Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Dept. 
of Civil Engineering, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Chapter 6 of 
TRAFFIC CONTROL & ROADWAY ELEMENTS--THEIR RELATIONSHIP 
TO HIGHWAY SAFETY/REVISED, Highway Users Federation for 
Safety & Mobility, Washington, D. C, 1970, 13 pp. 



INTERCHANGES, Joseph C. Oppenlander & Robert F. Dawson, 
University of Vermont , Dept. of Civil Engineering, 
Burlington, Vt.; Chapter 9 of TRAFFIC CONTROL & 
ROADWAY ELEMENTS--THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO HIGHWAY 
SAFETY/REVISED, Highway Users Federation for Safety & 
Mobility, Washington, D. C, 1970, 11 pp. 



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THE ROLE OF THE POLICE IN COLLISION INVESTIGATION, 
E. M. Pitcher, Utah Highway Patrol , Salt Lake City, 
Utah; Proceedings of the Collision Investigation 
Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, pp. 740-752, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



A CONTROLLED INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF 
ADULT PEDESTRIANS FATALLY INJURED BY MOTOR VEHICLES IN 
MANHATTAN, William Haddon, Jr., Preston Valien , James R. 
McCarroll & Charles J. Umberger, reprint J . Chron. Pis. , 
December 1961, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 655-678 



A DETAILED INJURY SCALE FOR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION, 
D. J. Van Kirk & W. A. Lange, Wayne State University , 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Twelfth Stapp Car 
Crash Conference, October 22-23, 1968, pp. 240-259, 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



STRASSENVERKEHRSRECHT (TRAFFIC VEHICLE LAW), R_. 
B,ru, 5f 1e1n. Helbing & Lichtenhahn, Basel, Switzerland 
Publisher, February 24, 1967, 312 pp. 



DRIVER LICENSE ADMINISTRATION REQUIREMENTS AND FEES- 
STATUS AS OF JANUARY 1, 1960, Bureau of Public Roads, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
9 pp. 

THE LEGAL NATURE OF A DRIVER'S LICENSE, John H. Reese, 
George Washington University , Graduate School of 
Public Law, Washington, D. C, November 1965, 52 pp.; 
published by Automotive Safety Foundation, Washington, 
D. C. 



HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION LEGISLATION IN 1969, Highway 
Users Federation for Safety and Mobility , Washington, 
D. C, 32 pp. 



EFFECTIVE IMPACT VELOCITY FROM VEHICLE DEFORMATION — 
A PRELIMINARY STUDY, D.J. Van Kirk & J. Hirsch, 
Wayne State University , Dept. of Engineering Mechanics, 
Detroit, Mich.; T. B. Sato, Keio University, Div. of 
Mechanical Engineering, presented at the Society of 
Automotive Engineers Mid-Year Meeting, Detroit, Mich., 
May 20-24, 1968, SAE Report No. 680477, 6 pp. 



LABORATORY RECONSTRUCTION OF OCCUPANT -VEHICLE IMPACTS, 
L. M. Patrick, Wayne State University, Biomechanics 
Research Center, Colleges of Engineering & Medicine, 
Detroit, Mich.; Proceedings of the Collision 
Investigation Methodology Symposium, August 24-28, 1969, 
pp. 289-320, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 



UNIFORM VEHICLE CODE AND MODEL TRAFFIC ORDINANCE, 
National Committee on Uniform Traffic Laws and 
Ordinances, Washington, D. C, 1968, 335 pp. 



STATE LAWS GOVERNING MOTOR VEHICLE SPEED LIMITS, 
National Highway Users Conference , Washington, D. C, 
Motor Vehicle Laws Digest Series, November 1969, 17 pp. 



TRAFFIC LAW. AS UNCOMMON LAW, J. Wadsworth, National 
Research Council of Ca nada, Ottawa, Canada, Technical 
Note No. 10, November 1966, 18^pp., 3 figs. 



USE OF PH0T0GRAMMETRY IN COLLISION INVESTIGATION, 
Dietrich W. Berllng, Karl Zeiss, Department of Surveying 
& Photograrametry, Oberkocken, West Germany; Proceedings 
of the Collision Investigation Methodology Symposium, 
August 24-28, 1969, pp. 402-430, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



CODES, LAWS AND STANDARDS 

DIGEST OF MOTOR LAWS, American Automobile Association , 
Legal Department, Washington, D. C, Thirty-Sixth 
Edition, 1969, 188 pp. 

REGISTRATION AND LICENSE LAWS FOR PASSENGER CARS- 
UNITED STATES, TERRITORIES AND CANADA, American 
Automobile Association , Legal Department, Washington, 
D. C, January 1969, Chart 



HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANUALS: VOLUME 0, PLANNING 
AND ADMINISTRATION, January 1969; VOLUME 1, PERIODIC 
MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION, January 1969; VOLUME 2, 
MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION, January 1969; VOLUME 3, 
MOTORCYCLE SAFETY, January 1969; VOLUME 4, DRIVER 
EDUCATION, January 1969; VOLUME 5, DRIVER LICENSING, 
January 1969; VOLUME 6, CODES AND LAWS, January 1969; 
VOLUME 7, TRAFFIC COURTS, January 1969; VOLUME 8, 
ALCOHOL IN RELATION TO HIGHWAY SAFETY, January 1969; 
VOLUME 9, IDENTIFICATION AND SURVEILLANCE OF ACCIDENT 
LOCATIONS, January 1969; VOLUME 10, TRAFFIC RECORDS, 
January 1969; VOLUME 11, EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES, 
January 1969; VOLUME 14, PEDESTRIAN SAFETY, April 1969; 

VOLUME 15, POLICE TRAFFIC SERVICES, April 1969; 
VOLUME 16, DEBRIS HAZARD CONTROL AND CLEANUP, 
April 1969, U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal 
Highway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C. 



MISSOURI IMPLIED CONSENT STATUTES, Edward H. Hunvald, 
Jr., & Franklin E. Zimring, American Bar Foundation , 
Chicago, 111., Contract No. FH-11-6687, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, August 1968, 122 pp. 



HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM STANDARDS, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , Federal Highway Administration, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, February 1969, 
32 pp. 



SUSPENSION AND REVOCATION OF DRIVERS' LICENSES--A 
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STATE LAWS, Anthony Antony, 
Automotive Safety Foundation , Laws Division, Washington, 
D. C, 1966, 124 pp. 



ESCAPE AND SPILLAGE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND VAPORS 
FROM MOTOR CARRIERS: A STUDY OF THE INFORMATION BASE 
FOR APPRAISAL OF REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION 
OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS BY HIGHWAY VEHICLES, Booz, Allen 
Applied Research Inc ., Washington, D. C, Contract No. 
FH-11-6628, prepared for Federal Highway Administration 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C., 
November 1967, 151 pp., PB 178 182 



REPORT ON THE HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM STANDARDS 
DEVELOPED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE 
HIGHWAY SAFETY ACT OF 1966, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, July 1, 1967, 104 pp. 



THE ENFORCEMENT OF TRAFFIC LAWS—SOME CURRENT LEGAL 
PROBLEMS, Stewart Pringle, John F. Mclntyre, Joel E. 
Krissoff, Frank Grossi & Stephen L. Schaeffer, 
University of Michiga n. Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., October 1967, 45 pp. 



152 



CRASH BARRIERS AND BREAK-AWAY STRUCTURES 

HYDRAULIC -PIASTIC CUSHIONS FOR ATTENUATION OF ROADSIDE 
BARRIER IMPACTS, Charles Y. Warner, Brlgham Young 
University . Provo, Utah; Highway Research Record No. 259, 
1969, pp. 24-34 



DYNAMIC TESTS OF FIVE BREAKAWAY LIGHTING STANDARD BASE 
DESIGNS, E. F. Nordlln, W. H. Ames 6. R. N. Field, 
California Division of Highways , Sacramento, Calif.; 
Highway Research Record No. 259 , 1969, pp. 6-23 



DYNAMIC TESTS OF SHORT SECTIONS OF CORRUGATED METAL BEAM 
GUARDRAIL, Eric F. Nordlln, Robert N. Field, 6. 
J. J. Folsom, California Division of Highways, 
Sacramento, Calif.; Highway Research Record No. 259 , 
1969, pp. 35-50 



TECHNICAL FINDINGS FROM FULL-SCALE VEHICLE BRIDGE 
BARRIER IMPACT TESTS, E. F. Nordlln & R. N. Field 
California Division of Highways , Materials & Research 
Dept.; The Seventh Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1963, pp. 78-126, Charles 
C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, 111. 



DEVELOPMENT OF SAFER ROADSIDE STRUCTURES AND PROTECTIVE 
SYSTEMS, National Academy of Sciences , National Research 
Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, 
Highway Research Record No. 259, 1969, 60 pp. 



DEVELOPMENT OF AN ANALYTICAL APPROACH TO HIGHWAY BARRIER 
DESIGN AND EVALUATION, New York Stat e Dept. of Public 
Works, Bureau of Physical Research, State Campus, 
Albany, N. Y., Report No. 63-2, Project No. 15, May 
196^. 286 pp. 

NEW HIGHWAY BARRIERS DECREASE ACCIDENT SEVERITY, John 
Van Zweden, New York State Departm ent of Public Works, 
State Campus, Albany, N. Y., Report No. 67^T, 
Project No. 15, May 1967, 22 pp. 



NEW HIGHWAY BARRIERS--THE PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF 
THEORETICAL DESIGN, Malcolm D. Graham, William C. 
Burnett, John L. Gibson & Robert H. Freer, New Y ork 
State Dept. of Public Work s. State Campus, Albany, N. Y 
presented at the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, January 
16-20, 1967, Report No. 67-1, Project No. 15, May 1967, 
155 pp. 



DIE SCHUTZEINRICHTUNGEN DES SOLITUDE-RINGS (THE 
PROTECTIVE DESIGN OF RACE COURSES), Deutschen 
Automobll-Club , Stuttgart, Germany, 1963, 11 pp. 



OPTIMUM CRITERIA OF GUARDRAILS, Toshiro Edamura & 
T. Yamamoto, Kobe University, Department of Civil 
Engineering, Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan; & K. Shigetomi, 
Kawasaki Heavy Industry , Japan, presented at the 
General Meeting of J. S. C. E., Nagoya, Japan, May 
2 pp. 



1968, 



ON THE DESIGN OF MEDIAN GUARD RAILS, Toshiro Edamura, 
Kobe University , Department of Civil Engineering, 
Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan, paper presented at the Western 
J. S. C. E. Meeting, May 1969, 2 pp. 



ON THE GUARDRAILS, Toshiro Edamura, Kobe University , 
Department of Civil Engineering, Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan, 
presented at the Western Branch of J. S. C. E. Seminar 
on Recent Problems in Traffic Engineering and Highway 
Engineering, Osaka, Japan, 1966, 7 pp. 



RESEARCH ON CRASH BARRIERS--THEIR DESIGN, WARRANTS FOR 
USE, SAFETY ASPECTS, TESTING AND RESEARCH, V.J. Jehu & 
Charles W. Prisk, Organisation for Economic Co-Operatlon 
& Development , Paris, France, No. 22603, December 1967, 
65 pp. 



THE CABLE AND CHAIN- LINK CRASH BARRIER, V. J. Jehu & 
I. B. Laker, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report LR 105, 1967, 
15 pp., 11 figs. 



CRASH BARRIER DEVELOPMENTS, V. J. Jehu, Road Research 
Laboratory , Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; Vehicle 
and Road Design for Safety , Proceedings of the 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 183, Part 3A, 
1968-69, pp. 93-101, Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers, London, England 



THE D.A.V. AND BLOCKED -OUT BEAM CRASH BARRIERS, 
V. J. Jehu, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 104, 
1967, 18 pp. 



OPTIMUM CRITERIA FOR GUARDRAILS, Toshiro Edamura 6. 
T. Yamamoto, Kobe University, Department of Civil 
Engineering, Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan; Journal of the 
Japan Society of Civil Engineers , Vol. 54, No. 8, 
August 1969, pp. 60-67 



OPTIMUM CRITERIA OF GUARDRAILS, Toshiro Edamura & 
T. Yamamoto, Kobe University , Department of Civil 
Engineering, Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan; & K. Shigetomi, 
Kawasaki Heavy Industry, Japan, presented at the 
General Meeting of J. S. C. E., Nagoya, Japan, May 1968, 
2 pp. 



OPTIMUM DESIGN OF THE GUARDRAIL, Toshiro Edamura, 
Kobe University , Department of Civil Engineering, 
Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan; Dobokugijutsushiryo , Vol. 8, 
No. 10, October 1966, pp. 28-40 



STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF RUNOUT ACCIDENTS IN 
RATIONALIZING THE WARRANT FOR A GUARDFENCE, Toshiro 
Edamura, Kobe University , Department of Civil 
Engineering, Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan; Journal of Research , 

Public Works Research Institute , Vol. 10, 1965, pp. 47- 
•9T5 " 



HIGH SPEED IMPACT TEST ON A 40FT LIGHTING COLUMN 
FITTED WITH A BREAK-AWAY JOINT, H. J. Hlgnett, Road 
Research Lab. , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
England, RRL Report No. LR 67, 1967, 7 pp., 11 figs. 



PROVISIONAL SPECIFICATION FOR A WIRE-ROPE CRASH 
BARRIER, L. C. Pearson, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report 
No. LR 98, 1968, 14 pp., 21 figs. 



THE WIRE-ROPE SLOTTED-POST CRASH BARRIER, V. J. Jehu 
& I. B. Laker, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 127, 
1967, 16 pp., 28 figs. 



AN AEROSPACE ENERGY ABSORBER APPLIED TO HIGHWAY SAFETY, 
William E. Woolam, Southwest Research Institute , 
San Antonio, Texas; Shock and Vibration Bulletin , 
Bulletin 40, Part 5, December 1969, pp. 115-133 



CONCEPTS AND DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SAFER LUMINAIRE 
SUPPORTS, Thomas C. Edwards, Texas A&M University , 
Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas; 
Highway Research Record No. 259 , 1969, pp. 1-2 



153 



DEFUSING ROADSIDE BOOBY TRAPS, T. J. Hirsch, 
Texas A6M University , Texas Transportation Institute, 
Structural Research Div., College Station, Texas; 
Proceedings of the Insurance Institute for Highway 
Safety, Washington, D. C, June 9-10, 1970, pp. 105-131 

IMPACT BEHAVIOR OF SIGN SUPPORTS, Charles H. Samson, 
Jr., Neilon J. Rowan, Robert M. Olson 6. Danny R. 
Tldwell, Texas A & M University , Texas Transportation 
Institute, College Station, Texas, Report No. 68-1, 
March 1965, 46 pp. 



IMPACT BEHAVIOR OF SIGN SUPPORTS-II, Neilon J. Rowan, 
Robert M. Olson, Alvis M. Gaddis, Thomas C. Edwards, 
Thomas G. Williams & D. L. Hawkins, Texas A 6. M 
University , Texas Transportation Institute, College 
Station, Texas, Report No. 68-2, September 1965, 115 pp. 



INSTRUMENTATION AND PHOTOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES FOR DETER- 
MINING DISPLACEMENT, VELOCITY CHANGE, AND DECELERATION 
OF VEHICLES WITH BREAK-AWAY SIGN STRUCTURES, Robert M. 
Olson & Neilon J. Rowan, Texas A & M University, Texas 
Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, 
Report No. 68-3, September 1966, 119 pp. 



PARAMETER STUDY OF THE DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF LUMINAIRE 
SUPPORT STRUCTURES, J. E. Martinez & B. E. Morgan, 
Texas A&M University , Texas Transportation Institute, 
College Station, Texas; Highway Research Record No. 259, 
1969, pp. 3-5 



HIGHWAY SAFETY, DESIGN AND OPERATIONS—ROADSIDE 
HAZARDS, Hearings before the Special Subcommittee on 
the Federal-Aid Highway Program of the Committee on 
Public Works, U. S. House of Representatives , Washington 
D. C, (90-21), May 23-25; June 6, 8, 20-23, 27-29; 
July 18, 20, 1967, 1,243 pp. 



EMERGENCY SERVICES AND RESCUE 

POST-CRASH COMMUNICATIONS, Harold Lunefeld, Robert G. 
Varady & Gerald N. Newburg, AIL , Division of Cutler- 
Hammer, Deer Park, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-7335, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 9362-1, July 1970, 187 pp. 



AIR MEDICAL EVACUATION SYSTEM--DEMONSTRATION PROJECT, 
APPENDICES, Arizona State University , College of 
Engineering Sciences, Tempe, Ariz., Contract No. 
FH-11-7090, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. ERC-FH-11-7090, May 1970, 
66 pp. 



MODERN EMERGENCY CARE DURING AMBULANCE TRANSPORTATION 
TO THE HOSPITAL, M. Halmagyi, Johannes Gutenberg- 
University, Department of Anaesthesiology, Mainz; 
F. W. Ahnefeld, Federal Central Hospital, Department 
of Anaesthesiology, Koblenz, West Germany; Proceedings 
of the International Association for Accident 6. 
Traffic Medicine--Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, 
August 9-12, 1966, pp. 18-26 

VEHICLE POST -CRASH CONSIDERATIONS, Luigi Locati, 
Flat, S.p.A. , Turin, Italy; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 1250-1253; SAE Report No. 700436 



AN INTEGRATED VEHICULAR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM USING THE 
FORD RADIO ROAD ALERT, F. Bauer, Ford Motor Co. , 
Dearborn, Mich., presented to the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detorit, 
Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670113, 13 pp. 



A COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR DRIVER AID, INFORMATION, 
AND ROUTING, Eugene A. Hanysz, General Motors Corp., 
Research Labs., Warren, Mich., presented to the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 
670111, 8 pp. 

TREATMENT OF THE INJURED, Henry H. Balch, Georgetown 
University , School of Medicine, Washington, D. C; 
Traffic Safety a National Problem , Eno Foundation for 
Highway Traffic Control, Saugatuck, Conn., 1967, pp. 147- 
159 

MODERN EMERGENCY CARE DURING AMBULANCE TRANSPORTATION 
TO THE HOSPITAL, M. Halmagyi, Johannes Gutenberg - 
University , Department of Anaesthesiology, Mainz; 
F. W. Ahnefeld, Federal Central Hospital, Department 
of Anaesthesiology, Koblenz, West Germany; Proceedings 
of the International Association for Accident & 
Traffic Medicine — Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, 
August 9-12, 1966, pp. 18-26 



MEANS OF LOCATING AND COMMUNICATING WITH DISABLED 
VEHICLES—INTERIM REPORT, F. Pogust, A. Kuprijanow & 
H. Forster, Airborne Instruments Laboratory , Deer Park, 
N. Y.; National Academy of Sciences, National Research 
Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, 
National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report 6, 
1964, 56 pp. 



AIR MEDICAL EVACUATION SYSTEM- -DEMONSTRATION PROJECT, 
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, Arizona State University , College 
of Engineering Sciences, Tempe, Ariz., Contract No. 
FH-11-7090, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. ERC-FH-11-7090, May 1970, 
24 pp. 



AIR MEDICAL EVACUATION SYSTEM--DEM0NSTRATI0N PROJECT, 
FINAL REPORT, Arizona State University . College of 
Engineering Sciences, Tempe, Ariz., Contract No. 
FH-11-7090, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. ERC-FH-11-7090, May 1970, 
207 pp. 



SUBMERGED VEHICLE SURVIVAL, Bernard J. Kuhn ; Paper 
presented at the Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Rochester, Minn., October 22 
& 23, 1965, pp. 118-126 



HOSPITAL CASUALTY SERVICES, Stig Lindgren, National 
Board of Health , Hospital Division, Stockholm, Sweden; 
Proceedings of the International Association for 
Accident & Traffic Medicine — Volume I, Stockholm, 
Sweden, August 9-12, 1966, pp. 27-35 pp. 



CITY OF NEW YORK EMERGENCY AMBULANCE SERVICE-- 
DEMONSTRATION PROJECT, Leonora Burkholz, New York City 
Office of the Mayor , Office of Administration, New York, 
N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6930, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Washington, D. C, April 1970, 125 pp. 



DISPERSAL OF EMERGENCY AMBULANCES IN THE CITY OF 
NEW YORK: A DEMONSTRATION AND ANALYSIS, Eugene L. 
Klemens & Richard P. Kuo, New York City Office of the 
Mayor , Office of Administration, New York, N. Y., 
March 1970, 81 pp. 



154 



EXTRICATION METHODS AND AMBULANCE OPERATIONAL GUIDE- 
LINES—PART I, EXTRICATION METHODS, North American 
Rockwell , Autonetics, Life Sciences Operations, 
Contract No. FH-11-6943, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, April 1969, 438 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME III--EMERGENCY MEDICAL 
SERVICES, U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal 
Highway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, Va . , July 18- 
20, 1969, 25 pp., PB 186 270 



EXTRICATION METHODS AND AMBULANCE OPERATIONAL 
GUIDELINES—PART II, AMBULANCE OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES, 
North American Rockwell , Autonetics, Life Sciences 
Operations, Anaheim, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6943, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
April 1969, 110 pp. 



VEHICLE POSTCOLLISI0N CONSIDERATIONS, Arnold W. Slegel 
& Alan M. Nahum, University of California , School of 
Engineering, Applied Science & Medicine, Trauma 
Research Group, Los Angeles, Calif.; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 1222-1249; SAE Report No. 700435 



FEASIBILITY STUDY OF BALLISTIC CUTTING OF VEHICLE 
STRUCTURES, R. E. Miller & P. B. Woerner, Jr., 
Ordnance Engineering Associates, Inc ., Des Plaines, 111. 
Contract No. FH- 11-6887, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
Washington, D. C, OEA Project 2173, NHSB HS-800 161, 
May 12, 1969, 34 pp. 



EMERGENCY SERVICES--AN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT RECORD FORM, 
Charles F. Frey, University of Michigan , Medical Center, 
Dept. of Surgery, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Proceedings of the 
Thirteenth Annual Conference of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, October 16 & 17, 1969, pp. 313- 
326, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



COMMUNITY-WIDE EMERGENCY CARE FOR ACUTELY LIFE- 
THREATENING CONDITIONS, Peter Safar, University of 
Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, Department of 
Anesthesiology, Pittsburgh, Pa.; & Presbyterian - 
University Hospital , Pittsburgh, Pa.; Proceedings of 
the International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine—Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 9-17 



AN ANALYSIS OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE IN FATAL AND 
NON-FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE INJURIES IN SAN FRANCISCO, 
Barry Griffith King, Gertrud Weiss & Ellis D. Sox, 
Public Health Service , Environmental Control 
Administration, Injury Control Program, U. S. Department 
of Health, Education & Welfare, Arlington, Va.; 
Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 12th Annual 
Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 117-139, American 
Association for Automotive Medicine, Sacramento, Calif. 



EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE AND TRAFFIC FATALITIES, H. H. 
Mitchell, The Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, Calif., 
Contract No. FH-11-6698, prepared for National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Federal Highway Administration, 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
Memorandum RM-5637-DOT, April 1968, 30 pp. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-1964, 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 



VEHICLE ACCIDENTS: IMMEDIATE CARE TO BACK INJURIES, 
Louis C. Kossuth, U. S. Air Force , Medical Service 
School, Gunter, Ala.; Paper presented at the Meeting 
of the American Association for Automotive Medicine, 
Rochester, Minn. October 22 & 23, 1965, pp. 154-158 



EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE, Frank Palmer, U. S. Department 
of Health, Education, & Welfare , Traffic Safety Branch,, 
Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the Sixth Stapp 
Car Crash and Field Demonstration Conference, 
November 7, 8, 9, 1963, pp. 29-35, University 
Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



RESUSCITATION AND SURVIVAL IN MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, 
Charles F. Frey, Donald F. Huelke & Paul W. Gikas, 
University of Michigan, Departments of Surgery, Anatomy, 
& Pathology, Ann Arbor, Mich.; The Journal of Trauma , 
Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 292-310 



THE TREATMENT OF HIGHWAY INJURY- -AN INTERNATIONAL 
BIBLIOGRAPHY, Eric G. Hanitzsch, University of Michigan, 
Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., 
1969, 154 pp. 



COMMUNITY-WIDE EMERGENCY CARE FOR ACUTELY LIFE- 
THREATENING CONDITIONS, Peter Safar, University of 
Pittsburgh , School of Medicine, Department of 
Anesthesiology, Pittsburgh, Pa.; & Presbyterian- 
University Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Proceedings of 
the International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine — Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 9-17 



HIGHWAY PLANNING AND DESIGN 

DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS AND TRANS- 
MISSION TECHNIQUES FOR HIGHWAY USERS—VOLUME I, 
G. J. Alexander, G. F. King & M. A. Warskow, Airborne 
Instruments Lab ., Deer Park, N. Y., Contract No. HR 
3-12, prepared for National Cooperative Highway 
Research Program, Highway Research Board, National 
Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, 
Washington, D. C, AIL Project No. 2024-1, November 
1967, 281 pp. 



DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS AND TRANS- 
MISSION TECHNIQUES FOR HIGHWAY USERS— VOLUME II 
APPENDIXES, H. Lunenfeld, G. J. Alexander, B. Adler, 
R. G. Varady, P. Abramson, G. F. King, A. Kuprijanow, 
& R. Luke, Airborne Instruments Lab. , Deer Park, N. Y., 
Contract No. HR 3-12, prepared for National Cooperative 
Highway Research Program, Highway Research Board, 
National Academy of Sciences, National Research 
Council, Washington, D. C, AIL Project No. 2024-1, 
November 1967, 177 pp. 



HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANUAL- -EMERGENCY MEDICAL 
SERVICES, VOLUME 11, U. S. Department of Transportation , 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, January 1969, 122 pp. 



HIGHWAY DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL PRACTICES RELATED TO 
HIGHWAY SAFETY, American Association of State Highway 
Officials , Washington, D. C, February 1967, 71 pp. 



155 



JOINT PROJECT CONCEPT— INTEGRATED TRANSPORTATION 
CORRIDORS, Bari-.on-Aschman Associates , Chicago, 111., 
prepared for U. S. Department of Housing & Urban 
Development, Washington, D. C, January 1968, 129 pp., 
PB 180 227 

TRAFFIC NOISE EXPECTED FROM THE PROPOSED BEVERLY HILLS 
FREEWAY, Bolt Beranek & Newman, Incorporated , Cambridge, 
Mass., prepared for City of Beverly Hills, Beverly 
Hills, Calif., Report No. 1089, Job No. 163409, June 
1964, 30 pp. 



URBAN HIGHWAY NOISE: MEASUREMENT, SIMULATION AND 
MIXED REACTIONS, William J. Galloway, We'lden E. Clark 
& Jean S. Kerrick, Bolt Beranek & Newman, Inc. , 
Cambridge, Md., Report No. 1505, Report of Project 
NCHRP 3-7, November 1968, 268 pp. 



ABATEMENT OF HIGHWAY NOISE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO 
ROADSIDE DESIGN, Wilbur H. Simonson, Bureau of Public 
Roads, Roadside Section, Washington, D. C.; Abatement 
of Highway Noise and Fumes, Highway Research Bulletin 
110, Publication 363, 1955, pp. 1-14 



LITERATURE REFERENCES TO HIGHWAYS AND THEIR 
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS, Bureau of Public Roads , 
Office of Right-of-Way and Location, Environmental 
Development Div., Washington, D. C, July 1, 1969, 
80 pp. 

OFFTRACKING CALCULATIONS FOR TRAILER COMBINATIONS, 
Hoy Stevens, Samuel C. Tignor & James F. Lojacono, 
Bureau of Public Roads , Washington, D. C, presented 
at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Highway Research 
Board, Washington, D. C, January 1966; reprint 
Public Roads, Vol. 34, No. 4, October 1966, pp. 89-100 



COMPUTER SIMULATION OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS--A NEW 
RESEARCH TOOL, Raymond R. McHenry, Cornell Aeronautical 
Lab . , Inc . 



Buffalo, N 
Aeronautical Lab., Inc 



Y., presented at Cornell 
Eastern Simulation Council 

Meeting, October 17-18, 1967, Buffalo, N. Y., Revised 

August 19, 1968, 26 pp. 



COMPUTER SIMULATION OF SINGLE VEHICLE ACCIDENTS, 
Raymond R. McHenry, David J. Segal & Norman J. Deleys, 
Cornell University , Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc., 
New York, N. Y.; 11th Stapp Car Crash Conference 
Proceedings, October 10-11, 1967, pp. 1-34, Society of 
Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 



VALIDATION OF A COMPUTER SIMULATION OF SINGLE-VEHICLE 
ACCIDENTS BY FULL-SCALE TESTING, Norman J. DeLeys, 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., Transportation 
Research Department, Buffalo, N. Y., presented at 
the First International Conference on Vehicle 
Mechanics, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich., 
July 16-18, 1968, 52 pp. 



VEHICLE DYNAMICS IN SINGLE VEHICLE ACCIDENTS—VALIDATION 
AND EXTENSIONS OF A COMPUTER SIMULATION, Raymond R. 
McHenry & Norman J. Deleys, Cornell Aeronautical 
Laboratory, Inc., Transportation Research Dept., Buffalo, 
N. Y., Contract No. CPR-11-3988, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Bureau of Public Roads, 
Traffic Systems Div., Office of Res. & Development, 
Washington, D. C, CAL Report No. VJ-2251-V-3, December 
1968, 276 pp., PB 182 663 



ROAD DESIGN AND SAFETY, S. M. Lovell, County Council , 
West Riding, Yorkshire, England; Vehicle and Road Design 
for Safety , Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers, Vol. 183, Part 3A, 1968-69, pp. 102-105,. 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, England 



SECOND REPORT OF SPECIAL TASK COMMITTEE ON ROADSIDE 
DESIGN TO REDUCE TRAFFIC NOISE, DUST, AND FUMES, 
Wilbur H. Simonson, Bureau of Public Roads , Roadside 
Section, Washington, D. C.; Abatement of Highway Noise 
and Fumes, Highway Research Bulletin 110, Publication 
363, 1955, pp. 34-47 

SQUEAL OF TIRES ROUNDING CURVES, Joseph Barnett, 
Bureau of Public Roads , Urban Highway Branch, 
Washington, D. C.| Highway Research Board Bulletin , 
Vol. 51, 1952, pp. 1-16 



TRAFFIC NOISE, Peter Kyropoulos, California Institute 
of Technology , Mechanical Engineering Laboratory; 
Traffic Quarterly , Vol. 2, January 1948, pp. 31-43 



DESIGNING THE 100 MPH EXPRESSWAY, reprint Highway 
Research News , No. 34, winter 1969, pp. 48-52 



THE NUISANCES _0F TRAFFIC IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS, David M. 
Winterbottom, Essex County Council , England; reprint 
Traffic Quarterly , Vol. 19, No. 3, July 1965, pp. 384- 
395 



HUMAN SENSITIVITY TO MOTION AS A DESIGN CRITERION FOR 
HIGHWAY CURVES, William A. McConnell, Ford Motor 
Company, Vehicles Testing Office, Dearborn, Mich.; 
Highway Research Board Bulletin 149 , 1957, p"p. 34-56 



A DETERMINATION OF NEEDED MINOR HIGHWAY SAFETY 
IMPROVEMENTS THROUGH AN ANALYSIS OF FATAL ACCIDENT 
REPORTS, Robert E. Conner, Catholic University, 
School of Engineering & Architecture, Washington, D. 
June 1967, 51 pp. 



AN INTEGRATED VEHICULAR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM USING THE 
FORD RADIO ROAD ALERT, F. Bauer, Ford Motor Co. , 
Dearborn, Mich., presented to the Society of Automotive 
Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, 
Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 670113, 13 pp. 



Connolly, 



VISION, MAN, VEHICLE AND HIGHWAY, Paul L 
Bloomfleld Hills, Mich.; Proc. Symposium on the 
Prevention of Highway Injury, April 19-21, 1967, 
pp. 122-149, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



VISUAL CONSIDERATIONS OF MAN, THE VEHICLE, AND THE 
HIGHWAY, Ingeborg Schmidt, Indiana University, Div. 
of Optometry, Bloomington, Ind., & Paul L. Connolly ; 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
SAE Report No. SP-279, March 1966, 86 pp. 



THOUGHTS ON VEHICLE AND ROAD DESIGN FOR SAFETY, 
W. T. F. Austin, Freeman, Fox & Partners , London, 
England; & H. E. C. Nash, The Plessey Company, Ltd.; 
Vehicle and Road Design for Safety , Proceedings of the 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 183, Part 3A, 
1968-69, pp. 62-67, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
London, England 



AUTOMOTIVE TEST TRACK DESIGN, K. A. Stonex, General 
Motors Proving Ground , Technical Data Department, 
Milford, Mich.; Highway Research Board Bulletin 149 , 
1957, pp. 1-33 



156 



A COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR DRIVER AID, INFORMATION, 
AND ROUTING, Eugene A. Hanysz, General Motors. Corp. . 
Research Labs., Warren, Mich., presented to the Society 
of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 9-13, 1967, SAE Report No. 
670111, 8 pp. 



A STUDY OF THE FEASIBILITY OF USING ROADSIDE RADIO 
COMMUNICATIONS FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL AND DRIVER 
INFORMATION (PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER TWO), Donald 0. 
Covault, Georgia Institute of Technology , School of 
Civil Engineering, Atlanta, Ga.; Turgut Dervish, 
Traffic Planning Associates, Atlanta, Ga.; & Andrew 
Kanen, Traffic Research Corp., Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada, presented at the Annual Meeting of Highway 
Research Board, January 1967, 134 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE USE CHARACTERISTICS, National Academy of 
Sciences , National Research Council, Highway Research 
Board, Washington, D. C, Proceedings of the 42nd Annual 
Meeting, January 7-11, 1963, Highway Research Record 
No. 26, 78 pp. 



SURVEY OF THE TRAFFIC NOISE PROBLEM, G. J. Thiessen, 
National Research Council , Division of Applied Physics, 
Ottawa, Canada, 1965, 14 pp. ,12 figs. 



LE DANGER DES ACTIONS AERODYNAMIQUES POUR LA CONDUTTE 
(THE DANGERS OF AERO-DYNAMIC EFFECTS ON DRIVING), 
F. Leygue & P. Duflot, Organisme National de Securite' 
Routiere, Arcueil (Seine), France, Bulletin No. 20, 
February 1969, 23 pp. 



TRAFFIC NOISE, R. J. Stephenson & G. H. Vulkan, 
Greater London Council , Scientific Branch, County Hall, 
London, S.E.I, England; reprint Journal of Sound (* 
Vibration. Vol. 7, No. 2, 1968, pp. 247-262 



VISUAL CONSIDERATIONS OF MAN, THE VEHICLE, AND THE 
HIGHWAY, Ingeborg Schmidt, Indiana University , DIv. 
of Optometry, Bloomington, Ind., & Paul L. Connolly; 
Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
SAE Report No. SP-279, March 1966, 86 pp. 



RCADSIDE HAZARDS: AN INTRODUCTION, Jackson Wong, 
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety , Research Staff, 
Washington, D. C; Proceedings of the Insurance 
Institute for Highway Safety, Washington, D. C, 
June 9-10, 1970, pp. 79-104 



THE HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT IN A LONG EXPRESSWAY TUNNEL, 
Toshiro Edamura, Kobe University , Department of Civil 
Engineering, Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan; Journal of the Japan 
Society of Ergonomics, Vol. 5, No. 3, June 1969, pp. 175> 

TS1 

A SIMULATION FOR THE DESIGN OF A RIGHT TURNING LANE, 
Toshiro Edamura, Kobe University , Department of Civil 
Engineering, Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan; Dobokugljutsushlryo, 
Vol. 6, No. 7, 8 pp. 



NOISE TREMOR DUE TO TRAFFIC— FROM AN ENGINEER'S POINT 
OF VIEW, R. K. Bernhard, Pennsylvania State College, 
Department of Engineering Mechanics, State College, 
Pa.; reprint Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 
Vol. 12, January 1941, pp. 338-47 



THOUGHTS ON VEHICLE AND ROAD DESIGN FOR SAFETY, 
W. T. F. Austin, Freeman, Fox & Partners, London, 
England; & H. E. C. Nash, Plessey Company, Ltd .; 
Vehicle and Road Design for Safety , Proceedings of the 
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 183, Part 3A, 
1968-69, pp. 62-67, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
London, England 



THE MOTION AND STABILITY OF A VEHICLE MOVING OVER 
SURFACES WHICH ARE BUMPY, SLOPING OR CAMBERED, 
I. D. Neilson, Road Research Laboratory , Crowthorne, 
Berkshire, England; Vehicle and Road Design for Safety , 
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
Vol. 183, Part 3A, 1968-69, pp. 145-153, Institution 
of Mechanical Engineers, London, England 



RESEARCH ON ROAD TRAFFIC, Road Research Lab. , Dept. of 
Scientific & Industrial Research, Harmondsworth, 
Middlesex; Her Majesty's Stationery Office, Publisher, 
London, England, 1965, 505 pp. 



TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE EFFECTS OF THE PROPOSED 
RIVERFRONT EXPRESSWAY--VIEUX CARRE HISTORIC DISTRICT 
DEMONSTRATION STUDY, Marcou, O'Leary 6. Associates , 
Washington, D. C, prepared for City of New Orleans, 
December 1968, 194 pp. 

IMPROVING VISIBILITY OF THE HIGHWAY AND HIGHWAY SIGNS 
AS A MEANS OF ACCIDENT PREVENTION, Theodore W. Forbes, 
Michigan State University , Department of Psychology & 
Division of Engineering Research, East Lansing, Mich.; 
Proc. Symposium on the Prevention of Highway Injury, 
April 19-21, 1967, pp. 113-117, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

ENGINEERING THE ROAD FOR SAFETY, J. E. P. Darrell, 
Minnesota State Automobile Association ; Paper presented 
at the Meeting of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Rochester, Minn., October 22 & 23, 1965, pp. 
134-137 



STREET AND HIGHWAY TRAFFIC N0ISE--WASHINGT0N, D. C. 
Sexton - Sexton & Associates , Washington, D. C, 
Agreement No. 1581, prepared for Department of 
Highways & Traffic, District Building, Washington, 
D. C, December 1961, 99 pp. 



TRAFFIC NOISE, Burton H. Sexton, Sexton-Sexton 
Associates ; reprint Traffic Quarterly , Vol. 23, No. 3, 
July 1969, pp. 427-439 



SCALE MODEL INVESTIGATION OF OFF-TRACKING OF TRAILER 
TRAINS, Frederick Jindra, Southwest Research Institute, 
San Antonio, Texas, presented at the Society of Auto- 
motive Engineers National Transportation Meeting, 
Philadelphia, Pa., October 29--November 2, 1962, SAE 
Report 607A, 10 pp. 



ABATEMENT OF HIGHWAY NOISE AND FUMES, National Academy 

of Sciences , National Research Council, Highway 

Research Board, Washington, D. C, HRB Bulletin 110, 
Publication 363, 1955, 47 pp. 



CALCULATING METHOD OF REQUIRED AIR VOLUME OF VEHICULAR 
TUNNELS IN JAPAN, Yutaka Hiruraa, Technical Committee on 
Road Tunnels , Tokyo, Japan, May 1967, 40 pp. 



HIGHWAY CURVES AND TEST TRACK DESIGN, National Academy 
of Sciences , National Research Council, Highway Research 
Board, Washington, D. C, Proceedings of the Thirty- 
Fifth Annual Meeting, January 17-20, 1956, HRB Bulletin 
149, 1957, 56 pp. 



INFORMATION ON ROAD TUNNELS IN JAPAN, Yutaka Hiruraa, 
Technical Committee on Road Tunnels , Tokyo, Japan, 
August 1966, 114 pp. 



157 



A COMPUTER TECHNIQUE FOR PERSPECTIVE PLOTTING OF 
ROADWAYS, Ross A. Park & Neilon J. Rowan, Texas A & M 
University , Texas Transportation Institute, College 
Station, Texas, Report No. 19-3, July 1967, 29 pp., 
4 figs. 



EVALUATION OF STOPPING SIGHT DISTANCE DESIGN CRITERIA, 
John C. Glennon, Texas A&M University , Texas 
Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, 
in cooperation with U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D. C, Research 
Study No. 2-8-68-134, Research Report No. 134-3, 
August 1969, 71 pp. 



A STUDY OF THE FEASIBILITY OF USING ROADSIDE RADIO 
COMMUNICATIONS FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL AND DRIVER 
INFORMATION (PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER TWO), Donald 0. 
Covault, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of 
Civil Engineering, Atlanta, Ga.; Turgut Dervish, 
Traffic Planning Associates , Atlanta, Ga.; & Andrew C. 
Kanen, Traffic Research Corp., Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada, presented at the Annual Meeting of Highway 
Research Board, January 1967, 134 pp. 



A STUDY OF THE FEASIBILITY OF USING ROADSIDE RADIO 
COMMUNICATIONS FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL AND DRIVER 
INFORMATION (PROGRESS REPORT NUMBER TWO), Donald 0. 
Covault, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of 
Civil Engineering, Atlanta, Ga.; Turgut Dervish, 
Traffic Planning Associates, Atlanta, Ga.; & Andrew C. 
Kanen, Traffic Research Corp ., Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada, presented at the Annual Meeting of Highway 
Research Board, January 1967, 134 pp. 



LOCATION-DESIGN CONTROL OF TRANSPORTATION NOISE, 
Alexander Cohen, U. S. Department of Health, Education , 
& Welfare , Public Health Service, National Center for 
Urban & Industrial Health, Cincinnati, Ohio; Proceedings 
of the American Society of Civil Engineers , Vol. 93, 
No. UP4, December 1967, pp. 63-86 



HIGHWAY SAFETY, DESIGN AND OPERATIONS --ROADS IDE 
HAZARDS, Hearings before the Special Subcommittee on 
the Federal-Aid Highway Program of the Committee on 
Public Works, U. S. House of Representatives , Washington, 
D. C, (90-21), May 23-25; June 6, 8, 20-23, 27-29; 
July 18, 20, 1967, 1,243 pp. 



NOISE MEASUREMENTS ON EXPRESSWAY-TYPE FACILITIES, 
D. M. Finch & W. A. Partridge, University of California , 
Institute of Transportation & Traffic Engineering, 
Berkeley, California, Research Report No. 15, February 
1954, 22 pp. 



NOISE MEASUREMENTS ON EXPRESSWAY-TYPE FACILITIES — 
APPENDICES, D. M. Finch 6. W. A. Partridge, University of 
California , Institute of Transportation & Traffic 
Engineering, Berkeley, Calif., Research Report No. 
15-A, February 1954, 46 pp. 



OPERATIONAL TESTS OF LONGER COMBINATIONS, Western 
Highway Institute , San Francisco, Calif., 24 pp. 



HIGHWAY SAFETY- -GENERAL 

PAPERS GIVEN AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN 
ASSOCIATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE MEDICINE , Holloman Air Force 
Base, Alamogordo, New Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, 
ISO pp. 



PAPERS GIVEN AT THE MEETING OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 
FOR AUTOMOTIVE MEDICINE, American Association for A uto- 
motive Medicine. Rochester, Minn., October 22 S. 23, 
1965, 158 pp. 



PRE-CRASH FACTORS IN TRAFFIC SAFETY, American 
Association for Automotive Medicine , Sacramento Inn, 
Calif.; 12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, 
305 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE 
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE MEDICINE , University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn., October 16 & 17, 1969, 
372 pp. 

SOCIETY'S RESPONSIBILITY IN TRAFFIC SAFETY: A PANEL 
DISCUSSION, Lloyd M. Rockne, Licensed Beverage 
Industries, Sacramento, Calif.; Douglas A. Fraser, 
U.A.W. International Union, Detroit, Mich.; Russell E. 
MacCleery, Automobile Manufacturers Association , 
Washington, D. C; Harry M. Philo, Detroit, Mich.; & 
Nils A. Lofgren, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, 
Washington, D. C; Pre-Crash Factors In Traffic Safety, 
12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 281-305, 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, 
Sacramento, Calif. 



REGIONAL SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SEMINARS— VOLUMES I 
AND II, Automotive Safety Foundation , Washington, D. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-6537, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 140, August 30, 1968 



AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING STUDY, Booz, Allen & 
Hamilton, Inc ., Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11- 
6589, prepared for National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
December 31, 1967, 342 pp., PB-178 327; Supplementary 
Report, March 12, 1968, 45 pp., PB-178 328 



FACILITY REQUIREMENTS STUDY- -ANALYSIS OF FACILITY 
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE TRAFFIC SAFETY RESEARCH CENTER, 
VOLUME I, Booz, Allen Applied Research Incorporated , 
Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6563, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, October 31, 
1967, 224 pp. 



N0N-INTERSECTI0NAL AUTOMOBILE FATALITIES--A PROBLEM 
IN ROADWAY DESIGN, Donald F. Huelke 6. Paul W. Gikas, 
University of Michigan . Ann Arbor, Mich.; reprint 
HlRhway Research Record 152 , 1967, pp. 103-118 



FACILITY REQUIREMENTS STUDY—CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF 
TRAFFIC SAFETY RESEARCH CENTER, VOLUME II, Booz, 
Allen Applied Research Incorporated , Washington, D. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-6563, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, October 31, 1967, 151 pp. 



INTERCHANGES, Joseph C. Oppenlander & Robert F. Dawson, 
University of Vermont , Dept. of Civil Engineering, 
Burlington, Vt.; Chapter 9 of TRAFFIC CONTROL & 
ROADWAY ELEMENTS—THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO HIGHWAY 
SAFETY/REVISED, Highway Users Federation for Safety & 
Mobility, Washington, D. C, 1970, 11 pp. 



FACILITY REQUIREMENTS STUDY— RECOMMENDED TRAFFIC SAFETY 
PROGRAM ACTIVITIES FOR THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY 
BUREAU, VOLUME III, Booz, Allen Applied Research 
Incorporated. Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6563 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
October 31, 1967, 296 pp. 



158 



SAFETY SPECIALIST MAN POWER --MAN POWER REQUIREMENTS, 
VOLUME I, Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc ., Washington, 
D. C, Contract No. FH- 11-6496, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, October 14, 1968, 579 pp. 



SAFETY SPECIALIST MAN POWER - -MAN POWER RESOURCES AND 
MANPOWER TRAINING, VOLUME II AND VOLUME III, Booz , 
Allen & Hamilton, Incorporated , Washington, D. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-6496, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, October 14, 1968, 243 pp. 



SAFETY SPECIALIST MANPOWER CONCLUSION AND 
RECOMMENDATIONS, VOLUME IV, Booz, Allen & Hamilton, 
Inc. 



Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6496, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
October 14, 1968, 539 pp. 



NATIONAL TRAFFIC SAFETY DATA CENTER PROJECT DEFINITION 
PHASE, Jack Moshman & Lester A. Barrer, EBS Management 
Consultants, Inc. , Management Sciences Div., Washington, 
D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6521, prepared for National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Federal Highway Administration, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C., 
EBSMC Report No. 45-0920, November 1967, Vol. 1, 190 pp.; 
Vol. 2, 54 pp. 

PROBLEMS OF AUTO-SAFETY ON THE BRITISH SIDE OF THE 
ATLANTIC, E. H. Ellis, Ellis Research & Testing Labs ., 
Albury, Guildford, England; Paper Given at the Annual 
Meeting of the American Association for Automotive 
Medicine, Holloman Air Force Base, Alamogordo, New 
Mexico, November 10 & 11, 1966, pp. 58-81 



TRAFFIC SAFETY- -A NATIONAL PROBLEM, Eno Foundation for 
Highway Traffic Control , Saugatuck, Conn., Proceedings 
of a Symposium sponsored by the National Academy of 
Engineering, Washington, D. C, April 28, 1966, 164 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE PROGRAM REVIEW MEETING--RESEARCH 
AND DEVELOPMENT OF TRAFFIC SYSTEMS, December 6, 7, 6. 
8, 1966, Gaithersburg; Md., conducted by Bureau of 
Public Roads , Office of Research & Development, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 418 pp. 
PB 174 746 



ROUTE AND TERMINAL SAFETY (HIGHWAY), James D. Lacy, 
Bureau of Public Roads, Office of Traffic Operations, 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C; 
Proceedings of the First Department of Transportation 
Intra-Departmental Safety Seminar, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, January 1969, 
pp. 31-43 



1970 INTERNATIONAL AUTOMOBILE SAFETY CONFERENCE 
COMPENDIUM, Proceedings of a Conference Sponsored by 
the Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., and 
Federation Internationale des Societies d'Ingenieurs des 
Techniques de 1 'Automobile ; held in Detroit, Mich., 
May 13-15, 1970 & Brussels, Belgium, June 8-11, 1970; 
Conference Proceedings P-30, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., 1319 pp. 



VEHICLE ACCIDENT STUDIES, K. J. B. Teesdale, Ford of 
Europe Inc. ; 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 1266-1279; SAE 
Report No. 700438 



GUIDE TO TRAFFIC SAFETY, Canadian Government 
Specifications B oard, Ottawa, Canada, 97-GP, December 
1966, 53 pp. 



A STUDY OF THE PROBLEM OF HOT PURSUIT BY THE POLICE, 
Edmund F. Fennessy, Thomas Hamilton, Kent B. Joscelyn 
it John S. Merritt, Center for the Environment & Man, 
Incorporated, Hartford, Conn., Contract No. FH-11-7220 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 4022-409, July 1970, 252 pp. 



NATIONAL SURVEY OF TRANSPORTATION ATTITUDES AND 
BEHAVIOR--PHASE I SUMMARY REPORT, Robert K. McMillan & 
Henry Assael, Chilton Research Services , Philadelphia, 
Pa., prepared for National Academy of Sciences, 
National Research Council, Highway Research Board, 
Washington, D. C, National Cooperative Highway 
Research Program Report 49, NAS-NRC Publication 1583, 
NCHRP Project 20-4 FY '65 & FY '66, 1968, 71 pp. 



PROJECT DEFINITION PHASE STUDY FOR THE NATIONAL TRAFFIC 
SAFETY DOCUMENTATION CENTER, General Elec tr ic Company , 
Santa Barbara, Calif., Contract No. DOT/FHA FH-11-6548, 
prepared for National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 159 (NHSB-4), December 1967, 120 pp. 



PROJECT DEFINITION PHASE STUDY FOR THE NATIONAL TRAFFIC 
SAFETY DOCUMENTATION CENTER, General Electric - TEMPO , 
Santa Barbara, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6548, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 1S9 (NHSB-4), April 1968, 284 pp. 



THE NEED FOR UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS, 
Robert E. Woolcott & Timothy A. Hunter, General Motors 
Corporation of Canada, presented at General Motors Corp. 
Automotive Safety Seminar, July 11-12, 1968, 6 pp. 



COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC SUPPORT IN HIGHWAY SAFETY, 
Dudley-Anderson-Yutzy , Washington, D. C, Contract 
No. FH-11-7069, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, June 15, 1969, 
138 pp. 



SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, Louis C. Lundstrom, General 
Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich.; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 1-17; SAE Report No. 700350 



A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF THE HIGHWAY SAFETY 
COMMUNICATIONS PROBLEM, Dudley-Anderson-Yutzy , 
New York, N. Y., Contract No. FH-11-6874, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Office of Public Affairs, Washington, 
D. C, November 1, 1968, 235 pp. 



THE ROLE OF CRUSADER-TRIGGERED CONTROVERSY IN 
TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT: AN ANALYSIS OF THE MASS MEDIA 
RESPONSE TO SILENT SPRING AND UNSAFE AT ANY SPEED, 
Denis W. Brezina, George Washington University , Program 
of Policy Studies in Science & Technology, Washington, 
D. C, Staff Discussion Paper 203, April 11, 1968, 
42 pp. 



159 



MAXIMUM SPEED L1MITS--A STUDY FOR THE SELECTION OF 
MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS, VOLUME I, Kent B. Joscelyn, 
Ralph K. Jones & Patricia A. Elston, Indiana University , 
Institute for Research in Public Safety, Bloomington, 
Ind., Contract No. FH-11-7275, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic 
Safety Administration, Washington, D. C, October 1970, 
233 pp. 

MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS--THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPEED LIMITS: 
A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE, VOLUME II, Kent B. Joscelyn 
& Patricia A. Elston, Indiana University , Institute for 
Research in Public Safety, Bloomington, Ind., Contract 
No. FH-11-7275, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, October 1970, 140 pp. 

MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS--A PROGRAMMED IMPLEMENTATION 
MANUAL FOR SETTING A SPEED LIMIT BASED ON THE 85TH 
PERCENTILE, VOLUME III, Kent B. Joscelyn & Patricia A. 
Elston, Indiana University, Institute for Research In 
Public Safety, Bloomington, Ind., Contract No. FH-11- 
7275, prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
Washington. D. C, October 1970, 103 pp. 



DEVELOPMENT OF VIOLATION SAMPLING AND REC0RMNG 
TECHNIQUES, H. Bissell, K. Courage & R. Eckert, 
Kelly Scientific Corporation , Washington, D. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-7294, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety 
Administration, Washington, D. C, August 1970, 254 pp. 



SOME QUANTIFICATION TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO TRAFFIC 
SAFETY AND TRAFFIC ENGINEERING, Toshiro Edamura, 
Kobe University , Department of Civil Engineering, 
Nada-Ku, Kobe, Japan, presented at the Japan Society 
of Civil Engineering Third Symposium on Planning 
Methodology in Civil Engineering, Tokyo, Japan, 
January 28, 1969, 14 pp. 



OVERVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY PROBLEMS, 
Leasco Systems & Research Corporation , Management 
Systems Group, Bethesada, Md . , Contract No. FH-11-6920, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, LSRC Technical Report MSG 
104/69, June 30, 1969, 306 pp., PB 187 861 



MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS--AN IMPLEMENTATION METHOD FOR 
SETTING A SPEED LIMIT BASED ON THE 85TH PERCENTILE 
SPEED, VOLUME IV, Kent B. Joscelyn & Patricia A. Elston, 
Indiana University, Institute for Research in Public 
Safety, Bloomington, Ind., Contract No. FH-11-7275, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
Washington, D. C, October 1970, 22 pp. 



VEHICLE AND ROAD DESIGN FOR SAFETY, Institution of 
Mechanical Engineers , London, England; Proceedings of 
the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, England, 
Vol. 183, Part 3A, 1968-69, 186 pp. 



MAN AND THE TRAFFIC PROCESS, Insurance Institute for 
Highway Safety , Washington, D. C, Proceedings of the 
Third IIHS Traffic Safety Research Conference", Chicago, 
111., January 27-28, 1969, 163 pp. 

SOCIETY'S RESPONSIBILITY IN TRAFFIC SAFETY: A PANEL 
DISCUSSION, Lloyd M. Rockne, Licensed Beverage 
Industries, Sacramento, Calif.; Douglas A. Fraser, 
U.A.W. International Union, Detroit, Mich.; Russell E. 
MacCleery, Automobile Manufacturers Association, 
Washington, D. C; Harry M. Philo, Detroit, Mich.; & 
Nils A. Lofgren, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety , 
Washington, D. C; Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 
12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 281-305, 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, 
Sacramento, Calif. 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND CONGRESS OF THE 
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ACCIDENT AND TRAFFIC 
MEDICINE --V0LUME I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, 288 pp. 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND CONGRESS OF THE INTER- 
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ACCIDENT AND TRAFF IC 
MEDICINE--VOLUME II, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 

1966, 181 pp. 



SOCIETY'S RESPONSIBILITY IN TRAFFIC SAFETY: A PANEL 
DISCUSSION, Lloyd M. Rockne, Licensed Beverage 
Industries , Sacramento, Calif.; Douglas A. Fraser, 
U.A.W. International Union, Detroit, Mich.; Russell E. 
MacCleery, Automobile Manufacturers Association, 
Washington, D. C.j Harry M. Philo, Detroit, Mich.; & 
Nils A. Lofgren, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, 
Washington,' D. C.J Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 
12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 281-305, 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, 
Sacramento, Calif. 



THE STATE OF THE ART OF TRAFFIC SAFETY--A CRITICAL 
REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF THE TECHNICAL INFORMATION ON 
FACTORS AFFECTING TRAFFIC SAFETY, Arthur D. Little , 
Inc . , Acorn Park, Cambridge, Mass., June 1966, 624 pp. 



WHAT WE KNOW AND DON'T KNOW ABOUT TRAFFIC SAFETY, 
David M. Boodman, Arthur D. Little, Inc ., Acorn Park, 
Cambridge, Mass., presented to the Travelers Research 
Center, Inc. Traffic Safety Conference, Hartford, Conn. 



January 15-17, 1967, 19 pp. 



A STUDY TO IMPLEMENT, TEST, EVALUATE, AND MODIFY THE 
INTERIM SYSTEM DESIGN—NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY 
DOCUMENTATION CENTER—FINAL REPORT: PHASE II, 
Management Technology Inc ., Washington, D. C, Contract 
No. FH- 11-6806, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, National 
Highway Safety Documentation Center, Washington, D. C, 
December 26, 1968, 108 pp. 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY WITH ANNOTATIONS- -A SELECTED 
BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1956-1960, John L. Whitelaw, Michigan 
State Universi ty, Highway Traffic Safety Center, East 
Lansing, Mich.", 1961, 110 pp. 



POLICE TRAFFIC RESPONSIBILITIES, R. Dean Smith, 
Brian Keenan, Robert Shamberger & John A. Karmasek, 
International Association of Chiefs of Police , 
Management & Research Division, Washington, D. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-6934, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
July 1969, 230 pp. 



RATIONAL PREPARATION OF DECISIONS CONCERNING ROAD 
SAFETY, M. Baudouln, Mlnlst'ere de l'Equipement , Paris, 
France, C. Berlioz, Organisme National de Se'curite 
Routlere, Arcueil (Seine), France; & M. Ternier, 
Ministere des Finances, Paris, France; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 21-27; SAE Report No. 700353 



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RATIONAL PREPARATION OF DECISIONS CONCERNING ROAD 
SAFETY, M. Baudouin, Ministere de l'Equipement, Paris, 
France, C. Berlioz, Organisme National de Se'curite' 
Routiere, Arcueil (Seine), France; & M. Ternier, 
Ministere des Finances , Paris, France; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium, 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 21-27; SAE Report No. 700353 



SAFETY PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT, Hubert Perring, 
Ministry of Transport, London, England; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 18-20; SAE Report No. 700351 



A STUDY OF TRANSPORTATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 
National Academy of Sciences , National Research Council, 
Washington, D. C, Contract No. DOT-OS-A9-106, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, Office of 
Hazardous Materials, Washington, D. C, May 7-9, 1969, 
263 pp., AD 692 182 



AN EVALUATION OF THE N0RTHWAY EMERGENCY TELEPHONE 
SYSTEM, Ronald W. Tweedie & John E. Taylor, New York 
State Dept. of Public Works , State Campus, Albany, N. Y. 
presented at the Highway Research Board Annual Meeting, 
Washington, D. C, January 15-20, 1967, Publication No. 
TP00-926-01, 28 pp. 



EXPLORATION OF ENGINEERING EFFORTS HAVING MAXIMAL 
CONTRIBUTORY POTENTIAL TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF HIGHWAY 
SAFETY, P. D. Cribbins, North Carolina State University , 
Raleigh, North Carolina, Report No. 0786, June 1966, 
47 pp., PB 177 345 



HIGHWAY SAFETY MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES FOR STATE 
GOVERNMENTS, Peat, Marwick, Livingston & Company , 
Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6627, prepared 
for National Highway Safety Bureau, Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, June 1968, 144 pp. 
PB 179 019 



NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING 
SYSTEM- -SYSTEM DESCRIPTION, VOLUME I, Peat, Marwick, 
Mitchell & Company , Washington, D. C., Contract No. 
FH-11-6925, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, March 1, 1970, 131 pp. 



NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING 
SYSTEM— FORMATS AND PROCEDURES, VOLUME II, Peat, Marwick . 
Mitchell & Company , Washington, D. C, Contract No. 
FH-11-6925, prepared for U. S, Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, March 1, 1970, 44 pp. 



NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING 
SYSTEM- -CONCEPTS, VOLUME III, Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & 
Company , Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6925, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
March 1, 1970, 91 pp. 



NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND 
REPORTING SYSTEM—IMPLEMENTATION, VOLUME IV, Peat , 
Marwick, Mitchell & Company , Washington, D. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-6925, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, March 1, 1970, 63 pp. 



FACILITY REQUIREMENTS STUDY— SUMMARY, VOLUME I, 
Operations Research Incorporated , Silver Spring, Md., 
Contract No. FH-11-6565, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Technical Report 457, October 31, 
1967, 25 pp. 



NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS 
FOR LOCALITIES—STUDY REPORT, VOLUME I, Peat, Marwick, 
Livingston & Company , Washington, D. C, Contract 
No. FH-11-6924, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, June 1969, 61 pp. 



FACILITY REQUIREMENTS STUDY—TECHNICAL REPORT, VOLUME 
II, Operations Research Incorporated, Silver Spring, 
Md., Contract No. FH-11-6565, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, Technical Report 457, 
October 31, 1967, 237 pp. 



NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS 
FOR LOCALITIES— SURVEY AND METHODOLOGY, VOLUME II, 
Peat, Marwick, Livingston &■ Company , Washington, D. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-6924, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, June 1969, 55 pp. 



FACILITY REQUIREMENTS STUDY— APPENDICES VOLUME III, 
Operations Research Incorporated , Silver Spring, Md., 
Contract No. FH-11-6565, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Technical Report 457, October 31, 
1967, 211 pp. 



A BACKSEAT DRIVERS GUIDE OR WOMEN'S ROLE AND 
RESPONSIBILITY IN THE TRAFFIC MORTALITY PROBLEM, 
R. K. Y. Dusinberre, Physicians for Automotive Safety, 
Wellsboro, Pa., 1969, 142 pp. 



INTERNATIONAL ROAD SAFETY RESEARCH DIRECTORY, 
Organisation for Economic Co-Operatlon & Development , 
Paris, France, Second Edition, 1966, 358 pp. 



PUBLIC HEALTH ASPECTS OF AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION, Paul 
Jollet, Public Health Service , U. S. Department of 
Health, Education & Welfare, Washington, D. C; The 
Fifth Stapp Automotive Crash & Field Demonstration 
Conference, September 14-16, 1961, pp. 90-93, Nolte 
Center for Continuing Education, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 



RATIONAL PREPARATION OF DECISIONS CONCERNING ROAD 
SAFETY, M. Baudouin, Ministere de l'Equipement, Paris, 
France C. Berlioz, Organisme National de Se'curite 
Routiere , Arcueil (Seine), France; & M. Ternier, 
Ministere des Finances, Paris, France; 1970 
International Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , 
Society of Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings 
P-30, pp. 21-27; SAE Report No. 700353 



PUTTING THE ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF TRAFFIC SAFETY 
MEASURES INTO PERSPECTIVE, Martin Wohl, The Rand 
Corporation , Santa Monica, Calif., Contract No. FH-11- 
6698, prepared for National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Federal Highway Administration, Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, Memorandum RM- 
5631-DOT, April 1968, 42 pp. 



161 



VEHICLE SAFETY WHY THE MARKET DID NOT ENCOURAGE IT 
AND HOW IT MIGHT BE MADE TO DO SO, Alan Carlin, The 
Rand Corporation , Santa Monica, Calif., Contract No. 
FH-11-6698, prepared for National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Federal Highway Administration, Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, Memorandum RM-5634- 
DOT, April 1968, 21 pp. 



NATIONAL TRAFFIC SAFETY DOCUMENTATION CENTER PROJECT 
DEFINITION STUDY—FINAL REPORT, Dennis A. Katter, 
Ruth M. Katz & John L. Scroggins, System Development 
Corporation, Falls Church, Va., Contract No. FH-11-6545 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
Technical Memorandum WD- 1700/002/00, April 29, 1968, 
195 pp., PB 179 156 



A STUDY PLAN FOR THE PREPARATION OF A HIGHWAY SAFETY 
PROGRAM FOR THE U. S. FOREST SERVICE, A. L. Finkner, 
A. Carl Nelson, Jr., & S. B. White, Jr., Research 
Triangle Institute , Research Triangle Park, N. C, 
Contract No. FH-11-7468, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, RTI Project SU-539, August 27, 1970, 
67 pp. 



SYMPOSIUM ON ROAD SAFETY AND ITS TECHNICAL AND 
SOCIAL PROBLEMS, Technion - Israel Institute of 



Technology, Haifa, Israel, May 4, 1967, 38 pp. 



TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1955-1964, 
Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, September 1965, 137 pp. 



RESOLUTIONS DU V C0NGRES INTERNATIONAL DE IA POLICE 
DE LA CIRCULATION (RESOLUTIONS OF THE 5TH INTERNATIONAL 
CONGRESS OF TRAFFIC POLICE), May 31-June 4, 1965, 
Paris; Technical Aspects of Road Safety Bulletin 
d'Informatton du C.I.D.I.T .V.A. , No. 23, September 
1965, pp. 3.3-3.13, Fonds d'Etudes et de Recherches 
sur la Securlte Routiere, Bruxelles, Belgium, editor 



POLICE TRAFFIC SERVICES AND ROAD SAFETY: AN 
EVALUATION OF THE LITERATURE, E. F. Fennessy, Jr., & 
H. C. Joksch, Travelers Research Center, Inc ., 
Hartford, Conn., Contract No. FH-11-6604, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Interim Report 1, 
January 1968, 156 pp., PB 177 863 



1970 INTERNATIONAL AUTOMOBILE SAFETY CONFERENCE 
COMPENDIUM, Proceedings of a Conference Sponsored by 
the Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc . , and 
Federation Internationale des Societies d'Ingenieurs des 
Techniques de 1 'Automobile; held in Detroit, Mich., 
May 13-15, 1970 & Brussels, Belgium, June 8-11, 1970; 
Conference Proceedings P-30, Society of Automotive 
Engineers, Inc., New York, N. Y., 1319 pp. 



THE TECHNICAL CONTENT OF STATE AND COMMUNITY POLICE 
TRAFFIC SERVICES PROGRAMS, Edward F. Fennessy, Jr., 
Robert L. Borkenstein, Hans C. Joksch, Frank J. Leahy, 
Jr., & Kent B. Joscelyn, Travelers Research Center, Inc . 
Hartford, Conn., Contract No. FH-11-6604, prepared for 
U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, Report No. 161, 
September 1968, 510 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE ON VEHICLE CRASH AND 
INJURY PREVENTION, held at the Royal College of Surgeons 
of England, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, July 11 & 12, 
1966, Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders, Ltd ., 
London, England, 128 pp. 



TRAFFIC SAFETY--STRATEGIES FOR RESEARCH AND ACTION, 
Travelers Research Center, Inc. , Hartford, Conn., 
Proceedings of a Conference held In Hartford, Conn., 
January 16-17, 1967, 179 pp. 



THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING HIGHWAY SAFETY 
MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH CENTERS AT UNIVERSITY- 
LEVEL INSTITUTIONS—VOLUME I: STUDY REPORT, Maury H. 
Chorness, Richard P. Howell, John J. McAuliffe, 
Kendall D. Moll, Milan Radovic & Henry E. Pedraza, 
Stanford Research Institute , Menlo Park, Calif., 
Contract No. FH- 11-69 17, prepared for U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, July 1969, 330 pp. 



SOCIETY'S RESPONSIBILITY IN TRAFFIC SAFETY: A PANEL 
DISCUSSION, Lloyd M. Rockne, Licensed Beverage 
Industries, Sacramento, Calif.; Douglas A. Fraser, 
U.A.W. International Union , Detroit, Mich.; Russell E. 
MacCleery, Automobile Manufacturers Association, 
Washington, D. C; Harry M. Philo, Detroit, Mich.; 6. 
Nils A. Lofgren, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, 
Washington, D. C . ; Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 
12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 281-305, 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, 
Sacramento, Calif. 



THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING HIGHWAY SAFETY MANPOWER 
DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH CENTERS AT UNIVERSITY-LEVEL 
1NSTITUTI0NS--V0LUME II: APPENDIXES, Maury H. Chorness, 
Richard P. Howell, John J. McAuliffe, Kendall D. Moll, 
Milan Radovic & Henry E. Pedraza, Stanford Research 
Institute , Menlo Park, Calif., Contract No. FH-11-6917, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, July 1969, 
157 pp. 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON TRAFFIC 
SAFETY, U. S. Department of Health, Education, & Welfare, 
Washington, D. C, February 29, 1968, 147 pp. 



THE EVOLVING ROLE OF THE ENGINEERING PROFESSION IN 
MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY, Robert Brenner, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C., Society of Automotive Engineers 
Report No. 690143, 5 pp. 



YOUNG CHILDREN'S ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND TRAFFIC 
EDUCATION, Stlna Sandels, University of Stockholm, 
Institute for Child Development Research, & Stockholm 
School of Education , Stockholm, Sweden; Proceedings of 
the International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine — Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 230-235 



EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES—NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
CONTRACTORS REPORT JANUARY 1968-FEBRUARY 1969, U. S. 
Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, 195 pp. 



162 



HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM MANUALS: VOLUME 0, PLANNING 
AND ADMINISTRATION, January 1969; VOLUME 1, PERIODIC 
MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION, January 1969; VOLUME 2, 
MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION, January 1969; VOLUME 3, 
MOTORCYCLE SAFETY, January 1969; VOLUME 4, DRIVER 
EDUCATION, January 1969; VOLUME 5, DRIVER LICENSING, 
January 1969; VOLUME 6, CODES AND LAWS, January 1969; 
VOLUME 7, TRAFFIC COURTS, January 1969; VOLUME 3, 
ALCOHOL IN RELATION TO HIGHWAY SAFETY, January 1969; 
VOLUME 9, IDENTIFICATION AND SURVEILLANCE OF ACCIDENT 
LOCATIONS, January 1969; VOLUME 10, TRAFFIC RECORDS, 
January 1969; VOLUME 11, EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES, 
January 1969; VOLUME 14, PEDESTRIAN SAFETY, April 1969; 
VOLUME 15, POLICE TRAFFIC SERVICES, April 1969; 
VOLUME 16, DEBRIS HAZARD CONTROL AND CLEANUP, 
April 1969, U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal 
Highway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C. 



HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM STANDARDS, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , Federal Highway Administration, National 
Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, February 1969, 
32 pp. 



MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT STUDIES, Wendell G. Eames, 
Scott N. Lee & James C. Fell, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D, C.j 1970 International Automobile Safety 
Conference Compendium , Society of Automotive Engineers 
Conference Proceedings P-30, pp. 1254-1265; SAE Report 
700437 



NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY, Alan S. Boyd, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C.J reprint, The Police Chief , Vol. 35, 
No. 12, December 1968, pp. 41-43 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME V--S PEED-RELATED ACCIDENT 
COUNTERMEASURES AND THEIR PRIORITIES, U. S. Department 
of Transportation , Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
held at Fredericksburg, Va., July 18-20, 1969, 89 pp., 
PB 186 272 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME VI--DRIVER BEHAVIOR, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, Va., 
July 18-20, 1969, 95 pp., PB 186 273 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME VII--ENFORCEMENT, U. S. 
Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 



Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, Va., 
July 18-20, 1969, 52 pp., PB 186 274 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME VIII--COMPLIANCE, U. S. 
Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, Va., July 18- 
20, 1969, 34 pp., PB 186 275 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME IX--DATA CONTRIBUTION, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, Va., 
July 18-20, 1969, 58 pp., PB 186 276 



NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU C0NTRACTS--FY 1968, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, 111 pp. 

PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 
INTRA-DEPARTMENTAL SAFETY SEMINAR, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , Office of the Secretary, Washington, 
D. C, January 1969, 251 pp. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME I--BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY 
EXPECTATIONS AND LIMITATIONS FINAL SESSION, U. S. 
Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, Va., July 18- 
20, 1969, 56 pp., PB 186 268 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME II--ALCOHOL AND HIGHWAY 
SAFETY COUNTERMEASURES, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , Federal Highway Administration, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, 
held at Fredericksburg, Va . , July 18-20, 1969, 79 pp., 
PB 186 269 

PROCEEDINGS OF, THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME III--EMERGENCY MEDICAL 
SERVICES, U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal 
Highway Administration, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, Va., July 18- 
20, 1969, 25 pp., PB 186 270 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME TV--CRASH SURVIVABILITY, 
U. S. Department of Transportation , Federal Highway 
Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg. 
Va., July 18-20, 1969, 68 pp., PB 186 271 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY BUREAU 
PRIORITIES SEMINAR, VOLUME X--PUBLIC INFORMATION AND 
HIGHWAY SAFETY, U. S. Department of Transportation , 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, held at Fredericksburg, Va., 
July 18-20, 1969, 32 pp., PB 186 277 



REPORT ON THE HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM STANDARDS 
DEVELOPED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE 
HIGHWAY SAFETY ACT OF 1966, U. S. Department of 
Transportation , National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, July 1, 1967, 104 pp. 



VEHICLE SAFETY (HIGHWAY), William Haddon, Jr., U. S. 
Department of Transportation , National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C.J Proceedings of the First 
Department of Transportation Intra-Departmental Safety 
Seminar, U. S. Department of Transportation, Washington, 
D. C, January 1969, pp. 99-118 



ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN ROAD 
TRAFFIC AND SAFETY, Frank A. Haight, University of 
California, Institute of Transportation & Traffic 
Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif.; reprint Operations 
Research, Vol. 12, No. 6, November-December 1964, 
pp. 976-1039 



THE DOGMAS OF TRAFFIC SAFETY--A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF 
TRAFFIC SAFETY MESSAGES APPEARING IN THE PRINT MEDIA 
OF MASS COMMUNICATION, Harold Mendelsohn, University 
of Denver , Communication Arts Center, Denver, Colo., 
Contract No. CPR-11-4194, prepared for Bureau of 
Public Roads, Office of Highway Safety, Washington, 
D. C, March 31, 1967, 124 pp., PB-178 233 



163 



AUTOMOBILE SAFETY IN THE MEDICAL CURRICULUM, Donald F. 
Huelke, Paul W. Gikas & Charles J. Tupper, University 
of Michigan, Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
Proceedings of the Sixth Stapp Car Crash and Field 
Demonstration Conference, November 7, 8, 9, 1963, 
pp. 73-75, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PUBLICATIONS 
ON HIGHWAY SAFETY--1966 TO MAY 1970, Kathleen Weber, 
University of Michigan , Highway Safety Research 
Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., 21 pp. 



KEY ISSUES IN HIGHWAY LOSS REDUCTION, editor Charles W. 
Wlxom -, Proceedings of the Insurance Institute for 
Highway Safety, Washington, D. C, June 9-10, 1970, 
292 pp. 

TEST FACILITY INVENTORY FOR THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF 
TRANSPORTATION—FINAL REPORT, Wyle Labs ., Huntsville 
Facility, Huntsville, Ala., Contract No. FH-11-6566, 
prepared for the National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D. C, 
Facility Inventory Study Report No. 54600, October 31, 
1967, Eight Volumes, PB 180326-180333 



DOCUMENTATION CENTER, University of Michigan, Highway 
Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich., Contract 
No. FH-11-6689, prepared for Federal Highway Admin- 
istration, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. 159, December 1967, 79 pp. 



AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING STUDY, Arthur Young , 
& Company , Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6591, 
prepared for National Traffic Safety Institute, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of 
Transportation, Washington, D. C, January 1968, 103 pp. 



DOCUMENTATION CENTER FINAL REPORT, James O'Day, Joseph 
C. Marsh IV & Rameshwar N. Paul, University of 
Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., Contract FH-11-6689, prepared for U. S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Washington, D. C, May 31, 1968, 310 
pp., PB 179 155 



THE PREVENTION OF HIGHWAY INJURY, edited by Melvin L. 
Selzer, Paul W. Gikas & Donald F. Huelke, Proceedings 
of a Symposium held April 19-21, 1967, and sponsored 
by the University of Michigan Medical School and 
the Highway Safety Research Institute, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
293 pp. 



AN EVALUATION OF THE OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OF 
"VASCAR"—A SPEED MEASURING DEVICE, Patricia F. Waller, 
Forrest M. Council, Patricia Z. Barry, and William S. 
Rouse, University of North Carolina , Highway Safety 
Research Center, Chapel Hill, N. C, January 1968, 
24 pp. 

RETESTING OF VASCAR OPERATORS: THE EFFECT OF A ONE-YEAR 
PERIOD OF USE, Forrest M. Council, University of North 
Carolina , Highway Safety Research Center, Chapel Hill, 
N. C, October 1969, 40 pp. 



SAFETY RESEARCH MANPOWER— FINAL REPORT, B. J. Campbell, 
University of North Carolina , Highway Safety Research 
Center, Chapel Hill, N. C, Contract No. FH-11-6482, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
National Highway Safety Bureau, Washington, D. C, June 
1968, 92 pp. 



COST -EFFECTIVENESS OF MASS MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS AS 
RELATED TO HIGHWAY SAFETY, G. A. Fleischer, University 
of Southern California , Department of Industrial & 
Systems Engineering, Los Angeles, Calif., Contract 
No. FH-11-6800, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Washington, D. C, Technical Report 70-3, May 1970, 
132 pp. 



YOUNG CHILDREN'S ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND TRAFFIC 
EDUCATION, Stina Sandels, University of Stockholm, 
Institute for Child Development Research, & Stockholm 
School of Education, Stockholm, Sweden; Proceedings of 
the International Association for Accident & Traffic 
Medicine--Volume I, Stockholm, Sweden, August 9-12, 
1966, pp. 230-235 



HIGHWAY SAFETY ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS 

EUROPEAN RESEARCH, STANDARDIZATION AND REGULATIONS ON 
PROTECTIVE DEVICES, J. P. De Coster, Fonds d 'Etudes et 
de Recherches pour la Securite Routlere , Brussels, 
Belgium; Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 12th 
Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 61-96, 
American Association for Automotive Medicine, 
Sacramento, Calif. 

WORLD^SURVEY OF CURRENT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON 
ROADS AND ROAD TRANSPORT—AN INTERIM REPORT COVERING 
A 17-COUNTRY INVENTORY, International Road Federation , 
Washington, D. C, Contract No. CPR-11-2665, prepared 

for Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D. C, April 

1966, 410 pp. 

1965-1967 WORLD SURVEY OF CURRENT RESEARCH AND 
DEVELOPMENT ON ROADS AND ROAD TRANSPORT, International 
Road Federation , Washington, D. C, Contract No. 
CPR-11-2665, prepared for Bureau of Public Roads, 
Federal Highway Administration, Dept. of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, August 1967, 272 pp. 



WORLD SURVEY OF CURRENT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON 
ROADS AND ROAD TRANSPORT—A REPORT COVERING AN INVENTORY 
OF 40 COUNTRIES, International Road Federation , 
Washington, D. C, Contract No. FH-11-6744, prepared 
for U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway 
Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, 
D. C, December 1968, 531 pp. 



OVERVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY PROBLEMS, 
Leasco Systems 6» Research Corporation , Management 
Systems Group, Bethesada, Md., Contract No. FH-11-6920, 
prepared for U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Safety 
Bureau, Washington, D. C, LSRC Technical Report MSG 
104/69, June 30, 1969, 306 pp., PB 187 861 



MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY: THE ORGANIZATIONS, R. J. Carson, 
National Research Council of Can ada, Ottawa, Canada, 
Technical Note No. 5, May 1966, 66 pp. 



SAFETY IN CANADA— ORGANIZATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES, 
R. J. Carson, National Research Council of Canada , 
Ottawa, Canada, Technical Note No. 11, December 1966, 
87 pp. 



HIGHWAY SAFETY 1960-1965--AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY, 
Laura R. Turner 6. Louise Philpot, Virginia Highway 
Research Council , Charlottesville, Va., April 1966, 
82 pp. 



DIRECT6RY OF NATIONAL TRAFFIC SAFETY ORGANIZATIONS WITH 
FULL TIME FIELD STAFFS, National Safety Council , 
Chicago, 111., September 1968, 28 pp. 



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INTERNATIONAL ROAD SAFETY RESEARCH DIRECTORY, 
Organisation for Economic Co-Operatlon 6. Development , 
Paris. France, Second Edition, 1966, 358 pp. 



SURVEY OF SPECIALIZED TECHNICAL INFORMATION CENTERS, 
Safety Management Institute , Washington, D. C, Contract 
No. FH-11-6911, prepared for U. S. Department of 
Transportation, National Highway Safety Bureau, 
Documentation Center, Washington, D. C, September 30, 
1968, 114 pp. 



COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES HIGHWAY TRAFFIC AND SAFETY 
CENTERS, edited by James E. Aaron & Dale 0. Ritzel, 
Southern Illinois University , Department of Health 
Education, Carbondale, 111., Monograph No. 24, 1968, 
47 pp. 



SURVEY OF USERS AND SOURCES OF TRAFFIC SAFETY 
INFORMATION, Dennis A. Katter, Ruth M. Katz & John L. 
Scroggins, System Development Corp ., Falls Church, Va . , 
Contract No. FH-11-6545, prepared for National Highway 
Safety Bureau, U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Washington, D. C, Report No. TM-WD- 1700/001/00, 
December 29, 1967, 84 pp. 



THE AAAM - ITS EDUCATIONAL POTENTIAL IN THE MEDICAL 
COMMUNITY, Donald F. Huelke, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Pre-Crash Factors in Traffic Safety , 
12th Annual Symposium, October 17-18, 1968, pp. 275- 
279, American Association for Automotive Medicine, 
Sacramento, Calif. 



INTERSECTION AND SIGN ILLUMINATION FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY 
AND EFFICIENCY, Charles J. Keese, Donald E. Cleveland & 
Neilon J. Rowan, Texas A & M Un iversity, Texas Trans- 
portation Institute, College Station, Texas, Report 
No. 5-9, August 1966, 60 pp. 



PHOTOMETRIC STUDIES OF THE AUSTIN "MOONLIGHT" TOWER 
LIGHTING SYSTEMS, Neilon J. Rowan & Ned E. Walton, 
Texas A & M Universit y, Texas Transportation Institute, 
College Station, Texas, Report No. 75-4, October 1966, 
15 pp. 



ILLUMINATION, Donald E. Cleveland, University of 
Michigan , Highway Safety Research Institute, Department 
of Civil Engineering, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Chapter 3 of 
TRAFFIC CONTROL AND ROADWAY ELEMENTS—THEIR RELATION- 
SHIP TO HIGHWAY SAFETY, Automotive Safety Foundation, 
Washington, D. C, 1968, 9 pp. 



ROAD CONSTRUCTION, PERFORMANCE AND MAINTENANCE 

RELATION OF ASPHALT RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES TO PAVEMENT 
DURABILITY, A. W. Sisko & L. C. Brunstrum, American Oil 
Company , Whiting, Ind., National Cooperative Highway 
Research Program Report 67, National Academy of Sciences, 
National Research Council, Highway Research Board, 
Washington, D. C, 1969, 45 pp. 



BOOK OF ASTM STANDARDS, American Society for Testing 
and Materials , Philadelphia, Pa. 



ROAD AND SIGN ILLUMINATION 

SIGN BRIGHTNESS IN RELATION TO LEGIBILITY, T. M. Allen, 
G. M. Smith, M. H. Janson & F. N. Dyer, Michigan Dept. 
of State Highways , Lansing, Mich., Research Project 62 
G-118, Report No. R-581, August 1966, 37 pp. 



EFFECTS OF ILLUMINATION ON OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS 
OF FREEWAYS, National Academy of Sciences , National 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, National Cooperative Highway Research Program 
Report 60, NAS-NRC Publication 1714, 1968, 148 pp. 



RAILING TYPE BRIDGE LIGHTING, J. G. Fred Hiss, Jr., & 
J. Robert Lambert, New York State Department of Public 
Works . State Campus, Albany,, N. Y., Report" No. 
RR 65-7, Project No. 36, November 1965, 95 pp. 



HIGHWAY SKID RESISTANCE, American Society for Testing 
and Materials , Philadelphia, Pa., Special Technical 
Publication 456, September 1969, 176 pp. 



MEASURING ROAD SURFACE SLIPPERINESS--SIXTY-SIXTH 
ANNUAL MEETING PAPERS, American Society for Testing 
{. Materials , Philadelphia, Pa., ASTM Special Technical 
Publication No. 366, June 26, 1963, 108 pp. 



INFLUENCE OF ROAD-SURFACE TEXTURE ON TIRE-ROAD 
INTERFACE TRACTION LIMITS, K. C. Ludema, American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers , New York, N. Y. ; 
& Chul Soo Lee, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., ASME Report No. 69-Lub-20, 1969, 7 pp. 



EVALUATION OF INTERSECTION ILLUMINATION, J. C. 
Oppen lander & J. M. Wright, Purdue University, 
Lafayette, Ind.; reprint Highway Research News , 1965, 
No. 17, pp. 43-74 



THIN HOT -MIX WEARING COURSES--AN ADVISORY, The Asphalt 
Institute, Asphalt Institute Building, College Park, 
Md., MISC-68-3, March 1968, 20 pp. 



A MODIFIED FORMULA FOR CALCULATING THE DISABILITY 
GLARE EFFECT FROM STREET LIGHTING LANTERNS, R. L. 
Watson, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 102, 1968, 14 pp. 



KRAFTSCHLUSSMESSUNGEN AUF FAHRBAHNEN BEI SALSTREUUNG 
(MEASUREMENTS OF FRICTION ON SALT COVERED ICE), Bauer, 
Bauhofes fur den Wlnterdlenst , Inzell, Germany; 
Arbeitsberlcht G 12, Schlussbericht zur Forschungsarbeit 
3.89, March 1, 1967, 28 pp. 



AN INTERIM REPORT ON A STUDY OF DISABILITY VEILING 
BRIGHTNESS, Neilon J. Rowan, Hans C. Jensen & Ned E. 
Walton, Texas A & M University , Texas Transportation 
Institute, College Station, Texas, Report No. 75-5, 
June 1967, 16 pp., 30 figs. 



AIRPLANE STOPPING CAPABILITY ON WET AND DRY RUNWAY SUR- 
FACES, Kenneth W. Hoefs, Boeing Airplane Company , 
Transport Div., Renton, Wash., Report No. D-6-7442,- June 
16, 1961, 33 pp. 



AN INTERIM REPORT ON A STUDY OF ROADWAY LIGHTING 
SYSTEMS, Neilon J. Rowan & Patrick T. McCoy, Texas 
A & M University , Texas Transportation Institute, 
College Station, Texas, Report No. 75-1, August 1966, 
89 pp. 



APPLICATION OF SKID RESISTANT SURFACES TO NEW AND 
EXISTING PAVEMENT, Bureau of Public Roads , Office of 
Engineering & Operations, Office of Highway Safety, and 
Office of Research & Development, Washington, D. C, 
March 1967, 22 pp. 



165 






METHODS FOR MEASURING LOAD TRANSFER THROUGH VEHICLE 
TIRES TO THE ROAD SURFACE, R. C. Hopkins 6. H. H. 
Boswell, Bureau of Public Roads , Division of Highway 
Transport Research, Washington, D. C, presented at the 
Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Highway Research 
Board, October 1957, 13 pp. 



CORRELATION BETWEEN CALIFORNIA AND BPR SKID TESTERS, 
John B. Skog, Melvin H. Johnson & Gene S. Stucky, 
California Department of Public Works , Division of 
Highways, Sacramento, Calif., Interim Report M&R No. 
633126-5, July 1969, 21 pp., PB 190 549 



THE SKIDDING OF VEHICLES, A DYNAMIC ANALYSIS (A 
DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF A TOWED TWO-WHEEL TRAILER), 
Edward A. Saibel & Shang-Li Chiang, Carnegie-Mellon 
University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., Contract No. CST - 430, prepared for 
National Bureau of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems 
Research, Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, 
Report No. 4, March 1971, 17 pp., 8 figs. 



STATE OF THE ART OF SKID RESISTANCE RESEARCH, T. I. 
Csathy, International Business Machines Corp., Armonk, 
N. Y. ; W. C. Burnett, New York State Department of 
Public Works, Albany, N. Y.; & M. D. Armstrong, 
Department of Highways , Ontario, Canada; National 
Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, HRB Special 
Report 95, pp. 34-48 

THE LINK BETWEEN TYRES, VEHICLES AND ROADS, V. E. 
Gough & B. J. Allbert, Dunlop Company Limited , U.K. 
Tyre Group, Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, England, presented 
at the Advanced School of Automobile Engineering, 
Cranfield, sponsored by the Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers, Automobile Div., July 3-4, 1968, 12 pp. 



TYRES AND THE DESIGN OF VEHICLES AND ROADS FOR SAFETY, 
V. E. Gough & B. J. Allbert, Dunlop Company, Ltd. , 
Birmingham, England; Vehicle and Road Design for Safety , 
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 
Vol. 183, Part 3A, 1968-69, pp. 154-163, Institution 
of Mechanical Engineers, London, England 



RECHERCHES SUR LA GLISSANCE EFFECTUEES AU CENTRE 
EXPERIMENTAL DE RECHERCHES ET D 'ETUDES DU BATIMENT ET 
DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS (RESEARCH ON SKID RESISTANCE AT 
CENTRE EXPERIMENTAL DE RECHERCHES ET D' ETUDES DU 
BATIMENT ET DES TRAVAUX PUBLICS), Y. Tcheng & R. 
Majcherczyk, Centre Experimental de Recherches et 
d'Etudes du Batiment et des Travaux Publics , Paris, 
France; reprint Annales de l'Instltut Technique du 
Batiment et des Travaux Publics , Vingtieme Annee, 
No. 230, February 1967, pp. 298-320 

MEANS FOR MEASURING SURFACE SMOOTHNESS, Colorado 
State Department of Highways , Planning & Research 
Division, Research Unit, Denver, Colo., July 1968, 
32 pp. 

DRAINAGE CRITERIA FOR RUNWAY SURFACE ROUGHNESS, 
Desmond F. Moore, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc. , 
Transportation Research Dept., Buffalo, N. Y.; reprint 
Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society , Vol. 69, 
No. 653, May 1965, pp. 337-342 



VEHICULAR MEASUREMENTS OF EFFECTIVE RUNWAY FRICTION, 
Jack J. Shrager, Federal Aviation Administration , Systems 
Research & Development Service, Atlantic City, N. J., 
Project No. 308-3X, Amendment No. 1, May 1962, 74 pp. 



FLORIDA SKID CORRELATION STUDY OF 1967 - SKID TESTING 
WITH TRAILERS, L. L. Smith & S. L. Fuller, Florida 
State Road Department , Research Section, Gainesville, 
Fla.; Highway Skid Resistance—A Symposium, American 
Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, Pa., 
Special Technical Publication 456, 1969, pp. 4-101 



MEASUREMENT OF TIRE BRAKE FORCE CHARACTERISTICS AS 
RELATED TO WHEEL SLIP (ANTILOCK) CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN, 
J. L. Harned, L. E. Johnston & G. Scharpf, General 
Motors Corporation , Warren, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers International 
Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, Mich., 
January 13-17, 1969, SAE Report No. 690214, 17 pp. 



LOCKED WHEEL FRICTION TESTS ON WET PAVEMENTS, 
William Close, Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc ., 
Vehicle Dynamics Dept., Buffalo, N. Y., presented at 
the Highway Research Board 40th Annual Meeting, 
Washington, D. C, January 11, 1961, 22 pp., 23 figs. 



THE PREDICTION OF SKID -RESISTANCE GRADIENT AND DRAINAGE 
CHARACTERISTICS FOR PAVEMENTS, Desmond F. Moore, 
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc. , Transportation 
Research Dept., Buffalo, N. Y., presented to the 
Highway Research Board, January 1966, 31 pp. 



A STUDY OF TIRE-SURFACE INTERACTION FOR THE CASE OF 
ROLLING ON A WET SURFACE, Desmond F. Moore, Cornell 
University, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. , 
Buffalo, N. Y., Contract No. CPR 11-1058, for U. S. 
Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, Wash- 
ington, D. C, July 1965, CAL Report No. YD-1969-V-2, 
73 pp. 

PAVEMENT WEAR DUE TO STUDDED TIRES AND THE ECONOMIC 
CONSEQUENCES IN ONTARIO, P. Smith & R. Schonfeld, 
Department of Highways , Ontario, Canada, Report No. 
RR152, November 1969, 65 pp. 



SKIDDING AND SKID RESISTANCE--A REVIEW OF THE 
LITERATURE, Thomas I. Csathy, Department of Highways, 
Materials & Research Div., Research Section, Ontario, 
Canada, Report No. 46, March 1964, 85 pp. 



SERVO-SEISMIC METHOD OF MEASURING ROAD PROFILE, 
Elson B. Spangler 6> William J. Kelly, General Motors 
Corporation , Research Laboratories, Warren, Mich.; 
Highway Research Board Bulletin No. 328 , 1962, pp. 33-51 



SURFACE CONTROL METHODS EMPLOYED ON GENERAL MOTORS 
PROVING GROUND CIRCULAR TEST TRACK, Louis C. Lundstrom & 
Paul C. Skeels, General Motors Proving Ground , Milford, 
Mich., May 14, 1964, 13 pp., 8 figs. 



TIRE-ROAD FRICTION MEASURING SYSTEM--A SECOND 
GENERATION, Gary L. Goodenow, Thomas R. Kolhoff, & 
Fraser D. Smithson, General Motors Corp ., Proving 
Ground Section, Warren, Mich., presented at the 
Society of Automotive Engineers Automotive Engineering 
Congress, Detroit, Mich., January 8-12, 1968, SAE 
Report No. 680137, 17 pp. 

EXPERIENCE WITH A BPR-TYPE R0AD0METER IN ILLINOIS, 
W. E. Chastain, Sr. & John E. Burke, Illinois Division 
of Highways , Springfield, 111.; Highway Research Board 
Bulletin No. 328 , 1962, pp. 52-58 



SOME TESTS OF STUDDED TIRES IN ILLINOIS, John E. Burke 6. 
Lloyd J. McKenzie, Illinois Division of Highways , 
Springfield, 111.; Highway Research Record No. 136, 
1966, pp. 42-58 



STATE OF THE ART OF SKID RESISTANCE RESEARCH, T.I. 
Csathy, International Business Machines Corp ., Arraonk, 
N. Y.; W. C. Burnett, New York State Department of 
Public Works, Albany, N. Y.; & M. D. Armstrong, 
Department of Highways, Ontario, Canada; National 
Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, HRB Special 
Report 95, pp. 34-48 

TRACTIVE RESISTANCE AS RELATED TO ROADWAY SURFACES AND 
MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATION, R. G. Paustian, Iowa State 
College, Iowa Engineering Experiment Station, Ames, 
Iowa, Bulletin No. 119, August 1, 1934, Vol. 33, No. 9, 
64 pp . 



EFFECTS OF CARBIDE STUDDED TIRES ON ROADWAY SURFACES, 
Allan Lee, Thomas A. Page & Rafael DeCarrera, Maryland 
State Roads Commission , Bureau of Research, Baltimore, 
Md.; Highway Research Record No. 136, 1966, pp. 59-77 



APPLICATION OF INSTRUMENTAL METHODS FOR EVALUATING 
HIGHWAY MATERIALS--PYROLYSIS GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY--THIRD 
PROGRESS REPORT, J. T. Ellis & W. L. Frederick, 
Michigan Department of State Highways , Research Lab. 
Section, Testing & Research Division, Lansing, Mich., 
prepared for Bureau of Public Roads, U. S. Department 
of Transportation, Washington, D. C., MDSH Research 
Report R-666, August 1968, 23 pp., PB 179 877 



THE IOWA SKID TEST DEVICE, Iowa State Highway 
Commission ; Highway Focus, Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1969, 
pp. 26-28 



FLORIDA SKID CORRELATION STUDY OF 1967 SKID TESTING 
WITH AUTOMOBILES, R. L. Rizenbergs, Kentucky Department 
of Highways, Division of Research, Lexington, Ky.; 
Highway Skid Resistance—A Symposium, American 
Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, Pa., 
Special Technical Publication 456, 1969, pp. 102-143 



SKID TESTING WITH AN AUTOMOBILE, Rolands L. Rizenbergs, 
6. Hugh A. Ward, Kentucky Department of Highways , Div. 
of Research, Lexington, Ky., presented at the 46th 
Annual Meeting of the Highway Research Board, Wash., 
D. C, January 1967, 61 pp. 



ANALYSEUR DYNAMIQUE DE PROFIL EN LONG (DYNAMIC ANALYZER 
OF LENGTH PROFILE), D. Sadoul, Laboratolre Central des 
Ponts & Chaussees , Departement des Chausse'es, 
Caracteristiques de Surface, Paris, France; Bull. 
Liaison Labo. Routiers P. et Ch., Ref. 659, No. 37, 



Mars-Avril 1969, pp. 73-82 



RUGOSITE GEOMETRIQUE ET CONDITIONS D'ECOULEMENT DE 
L'EAU SUR LES CHAUSSEES (GEOMETRIC ROUGHNESS AND 
DRAINAGE CONDITIONS OF WATER ON HIGHWAYS), J. Lucas, 
Laboratolre Central des Ponts & Chausse'es , Departement 
des Chaussees, Caracteristiques de Surface, Paris, 
France; Bull. Liaison Labo. Routiers P. et Ch ., Ref. 
660, No. 39, Juil.-Aout 1969, pp. 73-84 



A PROGRESS REPORT ON THE EVALUATION AND APPLICATION 
STUDY OF THE GENERAL MOTORS RAPID TRAVEL ROAD 
PROFILOMETER, J. R. Darlington & P. Milllman, 
Michigan Department of State Highways , Testing & 
Research Div., Research Laboratory Section; Highway 
Research Record, Number 214, 1968, pp. 50-66 



MESURE DU COEFFICIENT DE FROTTEMENT LONGITUDINAL D'UN 
REVETEMENT AVEC LA REMORQUE L.P.C. (MEASUREMENT OF THE 
COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION OF ROAD SURFACES WITH ,THE 
L.P.C. TRAILER), J. Berthier, Mlnist'ere de l'Equlpement 
et du Logement , Laboratolre Central des Ponts et 
Chaussees, France, April 20, 1970, 15 pp. 



EFFECT OF STUDDED TIRES ON AGGREGATE WEAR RATES AND 
RELATED EFFECTS ON SKID RESISTANCE, C. K. Preus, 
Minnesota Department of Highways, presented at the 49th 
Annual Meeting of the Highway Research Board, January 
12-16, 1970, 7 pp. 



PRELIMINARY STUDIES OF EFFECT OF STUDDED TIRES ON 
HIGHWAY PAVEMENTS, P. A. Jensen 6. G. R. Korfhage, 
Minnesota Department of Highways , Materials and 
Research Section, St. Paul, Minn.; Highway Research 
Record, No. 136 , 1966, pp. 8-23 



NEW SOVIET DEVICE FOR MEASURING SKID RESISTANCE OF 
ROAD SURFACES, Robert Lukashuk, Moscow Automobile 6. 
Road Construction Institute ; Traffic Engineering & 
Control, Vol. 10, No. 12, pp. 603-5 



RUISSELLEMENT SUR DES ELEMENTS ARTIFICIELS DE CHAUSSEE 
(SHEDDING OF WATER ON ARTIFICIAL PAVING MATERIALS), 
J. Le franc, Laboratolre Central des Ponts & Chaussees, 
Departement des Chaussees, Caracteristiques de Surface, 
Paris, France, Dossier No C/CS/I04, Fevrier 1968, 
46 pp., 10 figs. 



EFFECT OF PAVEMENT CONDITION ON DYNAMIC VEHICLE 
REACTIONS, Bayard E. Qulnn, Purdue University, 
Lafayette, Ind.; & David R. Thompson, Lockheed Aircraft 
Corporation , Burbank, Calif.; Highway Research Board , 
Bulletin No. 328, 1962, pp. 24-32 



MEASUREMENT OF ROAD SURFACES, M. A. Macaulay, Motor 
Industry Research Association , Lindley, Near Nuneaton, 
Warwickshire, England; Advances in Automobile 
Engineering , Cranfield International Symposium Series- 
Vol. 4, 1963, pp. 93-112, Macmillan Company, New York, 
N. Y. 



MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT — PROCEEDINGS OF A WORKSHOP HELD 
JULY 22-24, 1968 AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, 
COLUMBUS, OHIO, National Academy of Sciences , National 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, National 
Academy of Engineering, Div. of Engineering, Washington) 
D. C., HRB Special Report 100, Publication 1458, 204 pp. 



SKID RESISTANCE STUDY, Hollis B. Rushing, Louisiana 
Department of Highways , Research & Development Section, 
La., Research Report No. 31, October 1968, 26 pp., 
PB 189 355 



PAVEMENT ROUGHNESS—MEASURING TECHNIQUE AND CHANGES, 
National Academy of Sciences , National Research Council, 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, Proceedings 
of the 41st Annual Meeting, January 8-12, 1962, HRB 
Bulletin 328, 58 pp. 



PAVEMENT FRICTION AS MEASURED BY THE BRITISH PORTABLE 
TESTER AND BY THE STOPPING-DISTANCE METHOD, D. C. Mahone; 
Materials Research & Standards , Vol. 2, March 1962, 
pp. 187-192 



SKIDDING MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES-- 1962 DEVELOPMENTS, 
National Academy of Sciences , National Research Council, 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C., Proceedings 
of the 41st Annual Meeting, January 8-12, 1962, 
HRB Bulletin 348, 77 pp. 



167 



STATE OF THE ART: RIGID PAVEMENT DESIGN--RESEARCH 
ON SKID RESISTANCE — PAVEMENT CONDITION EVALUATION, 
National Academy of Sciences , National Research 
Council, Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, 
Special Report 95, 1968, 68 pp. 



STUDDED TIRES — SKID RESISTANCE AND PAVEMENT DAMAGE, 
W. B. Burnett & E. J. Kearney, New York State Department 
of Public Works, Bureau of Physical Research, Albany, 
N. Y., presented at the Highway Research Board Forty- 
fifth Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C, January 17-21, 
1966; Highway Research Record No. 136 , 1966, pp. 24-30 



NEW METHODS FOR RATING, PREDICTING, AND ALLEVIATING THE 
SLIPPERINESS OF AIRPORT RUNWAYS, Walter B. Home, 
National Aeronautics & Space Administration , Langley 
Research Center, Hampton, Va . ; & Howard C. Sparks, 
U. S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
National Air Transportation Meeting, New York, N. Y., 
April 20-23, 1970, SAE Report No. 700265, 33 pp., 
11 figs. 



TIRE HYDROPLANING AND ITS EFFECTS ON TIRE TRACTION, 
Walter B. Home, National Aeronautics & Space 
Administration , Langley Research Center, Langley 
Station, Hampton, Va.; Highway Research Record, 
Number 214, 1968, pp. 24-33 



CONSTRUCTION CONTROL OF RIGID PAVEMENT ROUGHNESS, 
John E. Haviland & Robert W. Rider, New York State 
D epartment of Transportation , Engineering Research & 
Development Bureau, State Campus, Albany, N. Y., in 
cooperation with U. S. Department of Transportation, 
Federal Highway Administration, Bureau of Public Roads, 
Washington, D. C, Research Report 69-5, December 1969, 
43 pp. 



PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH ANTI-SKID PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, 
E. A. Whitehurst, Ohio State University , Transportation 
Research Center, Columbus, Ohio, presented at the 50th 
Annual Meeting, Highway Research Board, Washington, 
D. C, January 1971, 18 pp. 



SUMMARY OF BUS TIRE TRACTION TESTING, National 
Association of Motor Bus Owners , Tire Committee, 
Washington, D. C., presented to the Interstate Commerce 
Commission, Washington, D. C, January 1965, 18 pp. 



INTERACTION OF VEHICLE AND ROAD SURFACE, Don L. Ivey & 
Charles J. Keese, Texas Transportation Institute, 
College Station, Texas; & F. Cecil Brenner, National 
Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, presented at 
the Workshop on Anti-Skid Program Management, 50th 
Annual Meeting of the Highway Research Board, January 18, 
1971, 45 pp. 



N0NSKID ROAD OR RUNWAY, F Cecil Brenner, National 
Bureau of Standards , Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, Technical 
Note 536, June 1970, pp. 4-5 



1968 WINTER TEST REPORT, National Safety Council , 
Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, Slevens Point, 
Wis., 61 pp. 



METHOD AND EQUIPMENT FOR CONTINUOUS MEASURING OF THE 
COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION AT INCIPIENT SKID, Gb'sta 
Kullberg, National Swedish Road Research Institute, 
Stockholm, Sweden; Highway Research Board Bulletin 348 , 
1962, pp. 18-35 



STATE OF THE ART: THEORY AND APPLICATION OF SONIC 
TESTING TO BITUMINOUS MIXTURES, H. Hong, Ohio State 
University, Columbus, Ohio; National Academy of 
Sciences, National Research Council, Highway Research 
Board, Washington, D. C, HRB Special Report No. 94, 
1968, 17 pp. 



TEST OF STEEL STUDDED SNOW TIRES, Oscar A. White & 
John C. Jenkins, Oregon State Highway Department , 
Materials Division, Salem, Ore.; Highway Research 
Record No. 136 , 1966, pp. 31-41 



STATE OF KNOWLEDGE-CORRECTIVE PROGRAMS FOR IMPROVING 
SKID RESISTANCE, David C. Mahone, Virginia Highway 
Research Council, Charlottesville, Va.; Richard K. 
Shaffer, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation , 
Harrisburg, Pa., presented at the Anti-Skid Program 
Management Workshop at the 50th Annual Meeting of the 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, January 18, 
1971, 9 pp. 



USE OF ACCIDENT DATA TO IDENTIFY WET-PAVEMENT ACCIDENT 
LOCATIONS IN PENNSYLVANIA, Edmund R. Ricker, 
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation , Highway Safety 
Group, presented at the Anti-Skid Program Management, 
50th Annual Meeting of the Highway Research Board, 
January 18, 1971, 6 pp. 



STUDDED TIRE EVALUATION IN NEW JERSEY, W. R. Bellis & 
J. T. Dempster, Jr., New Jersey Department of 
Transportation. Trenton, N. J.; Highway Research Record 
No. 171 , 1967, pp. 28-50 



SKID TEST TRAILER— DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION, New York 
Department of Public Works , Bureau of Physical Research, 
Albany, N. Y., Report No. RR 61-7, December 1961, 27 pp. 



STATE OF THE ART OF SKID RESISTANCE RESEARCH, T.I. 
Csathy, International Business Machines Corp., Arraonk, 
N. Y.; W. C. Burnett, New York State Department of 
Public Works , Albany, N. Y.; & M. D. Armstrong, 
Department of Highways, Ontario, Canada; National 
Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, 
Highway Research Board, Washington, D. C, HRB Special 
Report 95, pp. 34-48 



THE EFFECT OF ROADSTONE MICROROUGHNESS ON RUBBER 
FRICTION, David L. White, Pennsylvania State University , 
Automotive Safety Research Program, Dept. of 
Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., PDH 
Agreement No. 08-30802F, Joint Road Friction Program, 
Pennsylvania Dept. of Highways, U. S. Bureau of Public 
Roads & Pennsylvania State University, Report No. J16, 
November 1968, 80 pp. 



THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ANTISKID MATERIALS AS MEASURED ON 
A CIRCULAR TRACK APPARATUS, R. R. Hegmon & W. E. Meyer, 
Pennsylvania S tate University, Department of Mechanical 
Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report No. 22, 
November 1966, 36 pp. 



FRICTION AND SLIPPERINESS, W. E. Meyer, Pennsylvania 
State University , Automotive Safety Research Program, 
University Park, Pa.; Highway Research Record, 
Number 214, 1968, pp. 13-17 



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MEASUREMENT OF SKID RESISTANCE, H. W. Rummer 6. W. E. 
Meyer, Pennsylvania State University , Department of 
Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa.; reprint 
American Society for Testing and Materials , 1962, Special 
Technical Publication No. 326, pp. 3-28 

MEASURING TIRE FRICTION UNDER SLIP WITH THE PENN STATE 
ROAD FRICTION TESTER, Herbert Domandl & W. E. Meyer, 
Pennsylvania State University , Automotive Safety 
Research Program, University Park, Pa.; Highway 
Research Record, Number 214. 1968, pp. 34-41 



ARE BITUMINOUS ROADS DAMACED BY SALT, P. J. Williamson, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 148, 
1968, 5 pp. 

BRAKING FORCE COEFFICIENTS OBTAINED WITH A SAMPLE OF 
CURRENTLY AVAILABLE RADIAL PLY AND CROSSED PLY CAR 
TYRES, J. K. Meades, Road Research Lab ., Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 73, 1967, 17 pp. 



PAVEMENT SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS AND THEIR CORRELATION 
WITH SKID RESISTANCE, T. D. Gillespie, Pennsylvania 
State University , Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
University Park, Pa., Report No. 12, June 1965, 100 pp. 



DAMAGE TO ROADS BY STUDDED TYRES, L. E. Hogbin, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 208, 
1968, 9 pp. 



THE PENN STATE ROAD FRICTION TESTER, H. W. Kummer & 
W. E. Meyer, Pennsylvania State University. Department 
of Mechanical Engineering, University Park, Pa., Report 
No. 4, January 1963, 39 pp. 



THE DAMPING PROPERTIES OF PLAIN CONCRETE: EFFECT OF 
COMPOSITION AND RELATIONS WITH ELASTICITY AND STRENGTH, 
R. Jones, & G. B. Welch, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report 
LR ill, 1967, 16 pp. 



THE PENN STATE ROAD FRICTION TESTER AS ADAPTED TO 
ROUTINE MEASUREMENT OF PAVEMENT SKID RESISTANCE, 
Hartwig W. Kummer & Wolfgang E. Meyer, Pennsylvania 
State University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
University Park, Pa.; Highway Research Record No. 28 . 
1963, pp. 1-31 



THE EFFECT OF FLUX-OIL AND TRINIDAD LAKE ASPHALT 
CONTENT ON THE PHOTO-OXIDATION OF ASPHALTIC CEMENTS, 
C. F. Shields, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry 
of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 120, 
1967, 10 pp. 



THE PERFORMANCE OF ANTISKID MATERIALS ON ICE AND SNOW, 
R. R. Hegmon & N. Frangesh, Pennsylvania State 
University. Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
University Park, Pa., Report No. 26, April 1967, 20 pp. 



THE ESTIMATION OF HEAT OUTPUTS FOR ROAD HEATING 
INSTALLATIONS, P. J. Williamson, Road Research 
Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
England, Report No. LR 77, 1967, 41 pp., 34 figs. 



REQUIREMENTS OF A STANDARD TRAILER FOR RESEARCH AND 
GENERAL FIELD TESTING, H. W. Kummer, Pennsylvania State 
University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 
University Park, Pa., presented at the 66th Annual Meet- 
ing of the American Society for Testing and Materials, 
Atlantic City, N. J., June 26, 1963, Report No. 8, 21 pp. 



FACTORS AFFECTING THE FRICTION OF TIRES ON WET ROADS. 
Barbara E. Sabey, T. Williams, & G. N. Lupton, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 1970 International 
Automobile Safety Conference Compendium , Society of 
Automotive Engineers Conference Proceedings P-30, 
pp. 324-340; SAE Report No. 700376 



TENTATIVE SKID-RESISTANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR MAIN RURAL 
HIGHWAYS, H. W. Kummer & W. E. Meyer, Pennsylvania 
State University , Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, 
University Park, Pa., National Cooperative Highway 
Research Program Report 37, Highway Research Board, 
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D. C, 1967, 
80 pp. 

REPORT BY TECHNICAL COMMITTEE ON SLIPPERINESS, Permanent 
International Association of Road Congresses , Proc. 
Xlllth Congress, Tokyo, 1967, 90 pp.; Secretary General, 
43, Avenue du President-Wilson, Paris, 16, France 



FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FRICTION BETWEEN TYRE AND ROAD 
UNDER WET CONDITIONS, C. G. Giles, Road Research Lab ., 
Dept. of Scientific & Industrial Research, Crowthorne, 
Berkshire, England, presented at the Symposium on 
Control of Vehicles during Braking and Cornering, 
London, June 11, 1963; reprint Institution of Mechani- 
cal Engineers, 1964, pp. 12-19 



GAS-FIRED ('INFRA-RED') HEATER FOR USE ON THE JOINTS 
IN WEARING -COURSE ROLLED ASPHALT, B. F. Buglass, 
Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 123, 1967, 8 pp. 



CAN DYNAMIC TIRE FORCES BE USED AS A CRITERION OF 
PAVEMENT CONDITION? B. E. Quinn & C. C. Wilson, 
Purdue University , Civil Engineering School, Joint 
Highway Research Project, Lafayette, Ind.; reprint 
Highway Research Record 46 , 1964, pp. 88-100 



INTENSIVE BITUMINOUS PAVING TRIAL ON THE WARWICK BY-PASS, 
K. Booth & P. J. F. Wingate, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report 
No. LR 121, 1967, 18 pp., 3 figs. 



DESIGN OF EQUIPMENT FOR DETERMINING SUSPENSION 
CHARACTERISTICS OF HEAVY VEHICLES, James Wilson 
McLemore, Purdue University , Civil Engineering 
School, Joint Highway Research Project, Lafayette, 
Ind., Project No. C-36-52F, August 2, 1963, 53 pp. 



INVESTIGATIONS INTO ROAD BUILDING PRACTICE IN THE 
TR0PICS--A STUDY OF THE COMPACTION OF EARTHWORKS AT THE 
NEW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FOR KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA, 
J. N. Bulman, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 115, 
1967, 21 pp. 



EFFECT OF PAVEMENT CONDITION ON DYNAMIC VEHICLE 
REACTIONS, Bayard E. Quinn, Purdue University , 
Lafayette, Ind.; & David R. Thompson, Lockheed Aircraft 
Corporation, Burbank, Calif.; Highway Research Board , 
Bulletin No. 328 , 1962, pp. 24-32 



A LABORATORY INVESTIGATION OF THE PHYSICAL AND 
CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF BURNT COLLIERY SHALE, C. K. 
Fraser & J. R. Lake, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report 
No. LR 125, 1967, 11 pp., 7 figs. 



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LOW FRICTION SLIDING SURFACES FOR BRIDGE BEARINGS: 
PTFE WEAVE, M. E. Taylor, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report No. 
LR 101, 1967, 26 pp. 



SOME MEASUREMENTS OF BRAKING FORCE COEFFICIENT ON SIX 
AIRFIELD TEST SURFACINGS, G. C. Staughton, Road 
Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
England, Report No. LR 225, 1969, 23 pp., PB 184 170 



MEASUREMENT OF ROAD SURFACE TEXTURE USING PHOTOGRAMMETRY 
Barbara E. Sabey & G. N. Lupton, Road Research Lab ., 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
Report No. LR 57, 1967, 21 pp. 



SOME RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN WORK ON SKIDDING PROBLEMS 
AT THE ROAD RESEARCH LABORATORY, C. G. Giles, Road 
Research Lab ., Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England; 
reprint Highw. Res. Rec, 1964, Vol. 46, pp. 43-59 



A METHOD OF MEASURING THE TENSIONS IN BOLTS, D. S. 
Moss, Road Research Laboratory, Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 100, 
1968, 12 pp. 



STUDIES OF THE KEUPER MARL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, A. D. 
Marsh, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 116, 1967, 13 pp., 
8 figs. 



A REVIEW OF ROAD TRAFFIC N0ISE--THE WORKING GROUP ON 
RESEARCH INTO ROAD TRAFFIC NOISE, Road Research 
Laboratory, Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire 
England, RRL Report LR 357, 1970, 94 pp., 13 figs. 



THE ROAD SURFACE AND SAFETY OF VEHICLES, B. E. Sabey, 
Road Research Laboratory , Crowthorne, Berkshire, 
England; Vehicle and Road Design for Safety , Proceedings 
of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 183, 
Part 3A, 1968-69, pp. 68-78, Institution of Mechanical 
Engineers, London, England 



ROAD SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS AND SKIDDING RESISTANCE, 
Barbara E. Sabey, Road Research Lab. , Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; reprint 
Journal of the British Granite & Whinstone Federation, 
Vol. 5, No. 2, 1965, 12 pp. 



STUDIES ON THE SKIDDING RESISTANCE OF PASSENGER CAR 
TYRES ON WET SURFACES, G. Maycock, Road Research Lab ., 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
presented at an Ordinary Meeting of the Automobile 
Div., London, December 14, 1965, reprint Proceedings of 
the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1965-66, Vol. 
180, Part 2A, 20 pp. 



A STUDY OF A LABORATORY COMPACTION TEST USING A SWEDISH 
VIBRATORY APPARATUS, T. 0. Odubanjo, Road Research 
Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
Berkshire, England, Report No. LR 129, 1968, 12 pp. 



SUB-SOIL DRAINAGE AND THE STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF ROADS, 
K. Russam, Road Research Laboratory, Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, England, Report No. LR 110, 
1967, 10 pp., 2 figs. 



THE ROAD SURFACE IN RELATION TO FRICTION AND WEAR OF 
TYRES, Barbara E. Sabey, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 
Proceedings of the D. Mat (Av) Conference on "Friction 
and Wear in Tyres", June 1969, pp. 15-27, Ministry of 
Technology, London, S.W.I, England 



A TEST VEHICLE FOR STUDYING THE SKID RESISTING 
PROPERTIES OF TYRES AND ROAD SURFACES DURING CON- 
TROLLED CORNERING AND BRAKING, C. G. Giles, F. T. W. 
Lander & K. E. Holmes, Road Research Laboratory , 
Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, 
Report No. 99, 1967, 7 pp., 10 figs. 



ROAD SURFACE TEXTURE AND THE SLIPPERINESS OF WET ROADS, 
A. J. Harris, Road Research Lab ., Ministry of Transport, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; Highway Research Record, 
Number 214, 1968, pp. 18-23 



THE UNIFORMITY OF DISTRIBUTION OF COATED CHIPPINGS BY 
MECHANICAL SPREADERS, W. L. Russell, Road Research 
Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, England, 
Report No. LR 83, 1967, 12 pp. 



ROAD SURFACES, J. H. Nicholas, Road Research Lab ., 
Construction Division, Crowthorne, England, presented 
at the Third International Construction Conference, 
October 3, 1967, Paper No. 3, 6 pp. 



SKIDDING ON WET ROADS, Barbara E. Sabey, Road Research 
Lab. , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 
England; reprint Traff. Engn. 6. Control , Vol. 8, No. 12, 
April 1967, pp. 718-720 



THE SKID-RESISTING PROPERTIES OF LORRY TYRES, 
T. Williams, Road Research Laboratory , Ministry of 
Transport, Vehicles Section, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 
England, Technical Note TN 314, June 1968, 14 pp., 
24 figs. 



THE SKID -RESISTING PROPERTIES OF WET SURFACES AT HIGH 
SPEEDS: EXPLORATORY MEASUREMENTS WITH A SMALL BRAKING 
FORCE TRAILER, C. G. Giles &= F. T. W. Lander, Road 
Research Laboratory , Department of Scientific 6c 
Industrial Research, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England; 
Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society , Vol. 60, 
February 1956, pp. 83-94 



THE USE OF DICHLOROMETHANE IN THE RECOVERY OF BITUMEN 
FROM ROAD MATERIALS, G. D. Goodsall, Road Research 
Laboratory , Ministry of Transport, Crowthorne, 
England, Report No. LR 94, 1967, 7 pp. 



A VEHICLE FOR MEASURING THE SKIDDING RESISTANCE OF 
ROADS AND RUNWAYS UNDER HEAVY LOADING CONDITIONS, 
F. T. W. Lander, Road Research Lab ., Ministry of 
Transport, Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, Report No. 
LR 56, 1967, 11 pp. 



WET ROAD SKIDDING RESISTANCE AT HIGH SPEEDS ON A 
VARIETY OF SURFACES ON Al, Barbara E. Sabey, Road 
Research Lab ., Ministry of Transport, Vehicles Section, 
Crowthorne, Berkshire, England, RRL Report LR 131, 
1968, 14 pp., 9 pp. 

SKID CHARACTERISTICS OF FLORIDA PAVEMENTS DETERMINED BY 
TAPLEY DECELEROMETER AND ACTUAL STOPPING DISTANCES, 
A. F. Marshall, Jr. & W. Gartner, Jr., State Road 
Department of Florida ; Highway Research Board Bulletin 
348 , 1962, pp. 1-17 



BETONGVAGARS FRIKTIONSEGENSKAPER (FRICTI0NAL PROPERTIES 
OF CONCRETE ROADS), G. Kullberg & E. Ohlsson, Statehs 
Vaglnstitut , Stockholm, Sweden, Report 39, 1961, 43 pp. 



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ANALYSIS OF PAVEMENT SKID NUMBERS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS 
ON THE NEW JERSEY STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM, M. Peter Jurkat, 
Stevens Institute of Technology , Davidson Lab., Hoboken, 
N. J., NJDT Project 7710, prepared for New Jersey 
Department of Transportation, Letter Report 1339, 
January 1969, 7 pp. 

NEW JERSEY PAVEMENT SKID TESTER EVALUATION, M. Peter 
Jurkat, Stevens Institute of Technology , Davidson Lab., 
Hoboken, N. J., Letter Report 1301, May 1968, 5 pp. 



EFFECTS OF CHEMICAL ADMIXTURES IN CONCRETE AND MORTAR, 
Don L. Ivey & Teddy J. Hirsch, Texas A 6. M University, 
Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, 
Report No. 70-3, March 1967, 30 pp. 



FLEXURAL FATIGUE DURABILITY OF SELECTED UNREINFORCED 
STRUCTURAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETES, J. C. Chakrabarti & 
W. B. Ledbetter, Texas A & M University , Texas Trans- 
portation Institute, College Station, Texas, Report 
No. 81-4, July 1967, 23 pp. 



STROEFHEIDSMETINGEN EN DRAINAGEMETINGEN OP 
VERSCHILLENDE KWALITEITEN SCHUURPAPIER (FRICTION AND 
DRAINAGE MEASUREMENTS ON ABRASIVE PAPERS OF DIFFERENT 
QUALITIES), G. N. Spaink, Technical High School, 
Laboratory for Vehicle Techniques, Mekelweg, Delft, 
Netherlands, Report No. 391, April 1967; translated 
by Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., Buffalo, 
N. Y., 101 pp. 



INTERACTION OF VEHICLE AND ROAD SURFACE, Don L. Ivey & 
Charles J. Keese, Texas A & M University , Texas 
Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas; & 
F. Cecil Brenner, National Bureau of Standards, Office 
of Vehicle Systems Research, Tire Systems Section, 
Washington, D. C, presented at the Workshop on 
Anti-Skid Program Management, 50th Annual Meeting of 
the Highway Research Board, January 18, 1971, 45 pp. 



FRICTION BETWEEN TYRES AND PAVEMENT, M. Peleg, 
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology , Faculty of 
Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, Publication No. 57, 
November 1964, 9 pp., 1 fig. 



ROAD FRICTION TESTS IN ISRAEL, M. Peleg, Technion - 
Israel Institute of Technology , Haifa, Israel; reprint 
The Bulletin of the Research Council of Israel , Vol. 
8C, No. 3., October 1960, pp. 81-88 



STUDY OF ROAD FRICTION OBSERVATION REPORT 1959 (I), 
M. Peleg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology , 
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, 50 pp., 
6 figs. 



INTERIM REPORT ON THE LABORATORY CONSIDERATIONS FOR 
THE USE OF SYNTHETIC AGGREGATES FOR HOT -MIX ASPHALT 
PAVEMENTS, Bob M. Gallaway & William J. Harper, Texas 
A & M Universit y, Texas Transportation Institute, 
College Station, Texas, Report No. 51-3, November 1966, 
32 pp. 



A LABORATORY AND FIELD EVALUATION OF LIGHTWEIGHT 
AGGREGATES AS COVERSTONE FOR SEAL COATS AND SURFACE 
TREATMENTS, Bob M. Gallaway & William J. Harper, Texas 
A & M University , Texas Transportation Institute, 
College Station, Texas, Report No. 51-2, April 1966, 
121 pp. 



STUDY OF ROAD FRICTION OBSERVATION REPORT 1960 (II), 
M. Peleg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology , 
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, 14 pp., 
7 figs. 



STUDY OF ROAD FRICTION OBSERVATION REPORT 1963 (III), 
M. Peleg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology , 
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, 37 pp., 
9 figs. 

STUDY OF ROAD FRICTION OBSERVATION REPORT 1967 - (IV), 
M. Peleg, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology , 
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Haifa, Israel, 17 pp. 



A LABORATORY STUDY OF DYNAMIC LOAD -DEFORMATION AND 
DAMPING PROPERTIES OF SANDS CONCERNED WITH A PILE-SOIL 
SYSTEM, Paul C, Chan, T. J. Hirsch & Harry M. Coyle, 
Texas A & M Unive rsity, Texas Transportation Institute, 
College Station, Texas, Report No. 33-7, June 1967, 
41 pp. 



SKID RESISTANCE MEASURED ON POLISHING TYPE AGGREGATES, 
Bob M. Gallaway, Texas A&M University , Texas 
Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas; 
Journal of the American Society of Safety Engineers , 
Vol. 14, No. 9, September 1969, pp. 6-11 



MESSUNG VON STRASSENUNEBENHEITEN UND DEREN EINFLUSS 
AUF FAHRZEUG UND FAHRBAHN (MEASUREMENT OF STREET 
ASPERITIES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON VEHICLE AND HIGHWAY) 
Manfred Mltschke, Technlschen Hochschule Carolo- 
Wllhelmlna zu Braunschweig , Germany, 1957, 32 pp. 



SOME RECENT FINDINGS IN FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT RESEARCH, 
F. H. Scrivner & W. M. Moore, Texas A & M University , 
Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, 
Report No. 32-9, July 1967, 46 pp. 



AGGREGATE ABSORPTION FACTOR AS AN INDICATOR OF THE 
FREEZE-THAW DURABILITY OF STRUCTURAL LIGHTWEIGHT 
CONCRETE, W. B. Ledbetter & Eugene Buth, Texas A & M 
University. Texas Transportation Institute, College 
Station, Texas, Report No. 81-3, February 1967, 15 pp. 



CLAY, AGGREGATE, AND CONCRETE, Eugene Buth, Don L. Ivey 
& Teddy J. Hirsch, Texas A 6c M Univ ersity, Texas 
Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, Report 
No. 71-3, March 1967, 34 pp. 



EFFECT OF DEGREE OF SYNTHETIC LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATE 
PRE-WETTING ON THE FREEZE-THAW DURABILITY OF LIGHTWEIGHT 
CONCRETE, C.N. Kanabar & W. B. Ledbetter, Texas A & M 
University , Texas Transportation Institute, College 
Station, Texas, Report No. 81-2, December 1966, 20 pp. 



STANDARD MEASUREMENTS FOR SATELLITE ROAD TEST PROGRAM, 
F. H. Scrivner & W. M. Moore, Texas A&M University , 
Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, 
prepared for National Academy of Sciences, National' 
Research Council, Highway Research Board, Div. of 
Engineering, Washington, D. C .-, National Cooperative 
Highway Research Program Report 59, NAS-NRC Publication 
1713, 1968, 78 pp. 



TRACTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTOMOBILE TIRES, 
A. J. Stocker, B. M. Gallaway, D. L. Ivey, Gilbert 
Swift & J. G. Darroch, Texas A&M University , Texas 
Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, 
NBS Contract No. CST-451, prepared for National Bureau 
of Standards, Office of Vehicle Systems Research, 
Tire Systems Section, Washington, D. C, November 1968, 
61 pp., PB 189 272 



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DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN AIRPORT RUNWAY SURFACE 
TRACTION MEASURING DEVICE, W. E. Meyer, H. W. Kumraer & 
F. J. Lynch, John I. Thompson & Company , Washington, 
D. C, Contract No. FA-WA-4236, prepared for Federal 
Aviation Agency, Washington, D. C, JIT & Co. Report 
No. ADS-55, January 1966, 37 pp. 



INFLUENCE OF ROAD-SURFACE TEXTURE ON TIRE-ROAD 
INTERFACE TRACTION LIMITS, K. C. Ludema, American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, N. Y.; 
& Chul Soo Lee, University of Michigan , Ann Arbor, 
Mich., ASME Report No. 69-Lub-20, 1969, 7 pp. 



NEW METHODS FOR RATING, PREDICTING, AND ALLEVIATING 
THE SLIPPERINESS OF AIRPORT RUNWAYS, Walter B. Home, 
National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Langley 
Research Center, Hampton, Va . ; & Howard C. Sparks, 
U. S. Air Force , Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 
presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers 
National Air Transportation Meeting, New, York, N. Y., 
April 20-23, 1970, SAE Report No. 700265, 33 pp., 
11 figs. 



PRELIMINARY REPORT ON SKID RESISTANCE OF LINSEED 
OIL-COATED CONCRETE, W. L. Kubie, L. E. Gast & J. C. 
Cowan, U. S. Department of Agriculture , Northern 
Regional Research Laboratory, Peoria, 111.; Highway 
Research Record, Number 214, 1968, pp. 42-49 



FRICTION COEFFICIENTS BETWEEN TIRES AND PAVEMENT 
SURFACES, H. Tomita, U. S. Naval Civil Engineering 
Lab ., Port Hueneme, Calif., Report No. R 303, June 15, 
1964, 71 pp. 



WHEEL LOADS AND CONTACT PRESSURES--A THEORETICAL 
COMPARISON OF STRESSES IN ROAD PAVEMENT STRUCTURES 
CAUSED BY SINGLE AND DUAL TYRES, Harry Taylor, 
The University of Sydney , School of Civil Engineering, 
Civil Engineering Labs., Sydney, Australia, Research 
Report No. R 53, August 1965, 28 pp. 



PAVEMENT SKID TESTING--RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND PRESENT 
STATUS, E. A. Whitehurst, University of Tennessee , 
Knoxville, Tenn., presented at the Society of Automotive 
Engineers International Automotive Engineering Congress, 
Detroit, Mich., January 11-15, 1965, SAE Report No. 
970B, 8 pp. 



RESUME OF TESTS ON PASSENGER CARS ON WINTER SURFACES 
1939-1966, Gyaneshwar Prased Hajela, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., compiled for National Safety 
Council, Committee on Winter Driving Hazards, Chicago, 
111., 1968, 165 pp. 



SKID RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS WITH A NEW TORQUE DEVICE, 
Ralph A. Moyer, University of California , Institute of 
Transportation & Traffic Engineering, Berkeley, Calif.; 
Highway Research Board Bulletin 348 , 1962, pp. 44-77 



MEASURING PAVEMENT SLIPPERINESS WITH A PENDULUM 
DECELEROMETER, J. H. Dillard, Virginia Council of 
Highway Investigation & Research ; Highway Research 
Board Bulletin 348 , 1962, pp. 36-43 



THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS PAVEMENT TEST TRACK--A 
TOOL FOR EVALUATING HIGHWAY PAVEMENTS, Harold L. Ahlberg 
& Ernest J. Barenberg, University of Illinois , Civil 
Engineering Department, Urbana, 111.; Flexible Pavement 
Design, Highway Research Record, No. 13, pp. 1-21 



CROSS SECTION AND PAVEMENT SURFACE, John A. Deafinger 6. 
John W. Hutchinson, University of Kentucky , Dept. 
of Civil Engineering, Lexington, Ky.; Chapter 7 of 
TRAFFIC CONTROL & ROADWAY ELEMENTS--THEIR RELATIONSHIP 
TO HIGHWAY SAFETY/REVISED, Highway Users Federation for 
Safety & Mobility, Washi